Speaking out for the Blind Episode 233 – Tennis

Episode Notes

The blind and visually impaired can play tennis during the COVID-19 pandemic. KGNS-TV in Laredo, Texas reports that the Haynes Recreation Center is offering tennis classes for the blind and visually impaired. Tennis coach Tina Trevino, along with student Christina Sanchez, and her mom Angie will talk about how the blind and visually impaired can play tennis.

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