Prior Events

2015 Tournament

PNW Sectional Wheelchair Tennis Championships

August 28-30, 2015  

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2014 Tournament

PNW Sectional Wheelchair Tennis Championships

 

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2013 Tournament

PNW Sectional Wheelchair Tennis Championships

August 23-25, 2013

 

Our 25th annual tournament!

access-ABLE EXPO 2012

2012 access-ABLE EXPONWTA will be a part of access-ABLE EXPO 2012. Come visit us along with the other groups supporting disabled sports.

Holiday Inn Portand Airport

8439 NW Columbia Bolulevard

Portland, Oregon 97220

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2012 Tournament

PNW Sectional Wheelchair Tennis Championships

August 17-19, 2012

This is an USTA/ITF futures event for Open, A, B, and C divisions. In past years, more than 25 players have competed. We hope that you will join us this year.

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2012 Juniors Mini Camp

Saturday August 18 during the 2012 PNW Sectional Wheelchair Tennis Championships tournament, a mini tennis camp will be held from 3 to 5 PM. This will provide children 5 - 18  a chance to further their skills playing wheelchair tennis. It will be taught by tennis pros Debbie Borchers and John Devorss with help from participants entered in the tournament. Regestration is limited to 10.
 
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NWTA Wheelchair Tennis Camp for Kids - featuring David Wagner

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Event photos web page

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The Oregonian

The Northwest Wheelchair Tennis Association is proud to present a fun day introducing active Kids and Juniors who use wheelchairs to an introduction to tennis and fun day! The camp day features David Wagner, a world champion wheelchair tennis player, one of our own that came up through the ranks of our program.  David Wagner will be competing in the 2012 Paralympics held in London summer 2012. There will also be two seasoned tennis pro's, Debbie Borchers and John Devorss who will be directing drills along side David Wagner and a compliment of local wheelchair tennis athletes.