Singles League


The main goal of the Singles League is to offer you the opportunity to play fun and challenging matches against players whose abilities are similar to yours - all within a friendly and recreational setting.

Here’s how the 2023 league works:

Wheelchair tennis is one of the forms of tennis adapted for people with certain physical disabilities. Court size, net height, racquets, and balls are the same as non-adapted tennis. There are, however, two differences:


If you are not available to play during any 2-week period (injury, travel, etc), you must notify the organizer prior to the start of that period (by Sunday 8:30 pm the latest). Your name will be removed from that the ladder for that period This will avoid frustrations for other players and also ensure that you will not be penalized for your absence (i.e. you will remain at the same level at the start of the following period).

Note: There are a limited number of spots in the singles league and registration ends June 24th or before if the limit has been reached. You can register to be on the waiting list in case there are injured players that need to be replaced.

If you have any questions regarding the singles league please contact those in charge: Joanne and France at

Good luck and most importantly - Have fun!