Tennis


US Tennis Program Scores Big in First Year of International Competition

US Players Make First Appearance at 2014 Australian Open Just months after launching our tennis program to develop high performance tennis players with intellectual impairment, Athletes Without Limits took the first-ever US team to compete in the 17th Annual Australian Tennis Championships at the Australian Open. Brittany Tagliareni (Florida) placed third in women’s singles. She and partner Katherine Richards (Texas) captured third in women’s doubles while teammates Jon Fried (Virginia) and Ben Hadden (Ohio) also placed third in men’s doubles. ...

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Athletes Without Limits Launches National Tennis Program and Heads to Australian Open

US Athletes Compete at 2014 Australian Open for First Time Just months after launching our tennis program to develop high performance players with an intellectual disability, Athletes Without Limits entered four players from around the US in the 17th Australian Tennis Championships. The tournament is part of the Australian Open and 2014 marked the first year US players were invited to compete. Brittany Tagliareni placed third in the women’s singles while the men’s and the women’s doubles each took third. The players also competed in a US vs. ...

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