JTCC is a tennis center in College Park, MD committed to transforming lives by providing “Tennis for Everybody”. Providing tennis programs for people living with disabilities and military veterans since 2018, JTCC has become the national model for adaptive tennis, including level-based clinics offering tailored instruction, access to integrated clinics, extensive coach education trainings, and world-class camps and tournaments. JTCC serves more than 300 adaptive athletes every year, and is committed to providing opportunities for all players to engage with the game of tennis in ways that are meaningful to them and help them achieve their goals on the court and in life.

What is Adaptive Tennis?

Adaptive tennis is a form of tennis that provides adaptations for people with disabilities to learn, play, and compete in the sport. Whether it’s differentiated instruction, adjusting the number of bounces, or creating a supportive and rehabilitative environment, JTCC utilizes research and experienced coaches to provide adaptations for all players to feel successful playing tennis.


“The philosophy of our adaptive tennis programs at JTCC is to improve the quality of life of people living with disabilities by providing opportunities for players to engage with tennis in ways that are meaningful to them – whether it’s finding a community, competing in a tournament, or getting some exercise, we are here to help you achieve your goals on court.”

– Gabby Hesse, Head of Wheelchair & Adaptive Tennis

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Winter Session II Schedule

Session II runs Monday, November 6 – Sunday, January 21 (no class November 23, November 26, December 23-24 and December 31 due to holidays). 
Special Olympics Tennis (Session II) | Sundays 4:30-6:00pm
     For players with intellectual/developmental disabilities. Players do not have to be registered with Special  Olympics Maryland in order to participate. 
Para Standing Tennis (Session II) | Saturdays 11:00-12:30pm
     For players with limb loss/differences and/or limited mobility (Traumatic Brain Injury, Multiple Sclerosis, stroke) who prefer to play standing
Veterans Tennis Corps 2023-34 | Thursdays 12:00-2:00pm
     For active duty service members and military veterans with and without disabilities, and their families
     Veterans who registered on or after May 15, 2023 do not need to reregister for the program until May 2024
Junior Wheelchair Tennis (Session II) | Sundays 1:00-2:30pm
     For junior players 15 & under who want to learn and play tennis
Wheelchair Tennis Skill of the Week (Session II) | Sundays 1:00-2:30pm
     Great for beginner and intermediate adult players who are looking to develop their skills and take their game to the next level. Each class will focus on a different stroke/skill, ie forehand, volleys, serve, movement, etc.
High Performance Wheelchair Tennis Training (Session II, Invite Only) | Sundays 2:30-4:30pm
     Invite-only class for dedicated tournament-level players interested in high performance fitness and training. This class includes a mental skills component of goal setting, managing competition stress, periodization training, and more. Players should commit to attend at least 6/7 classes. If you cannot attend the majority of classes but are interested in additional training, the Skill of the Week class is level-based.

Click here to register for JTCC adaptive tennis programs, or select a program below to learn more!



Volunteering opportunities are available for clinics and special events in all adaptive tennis programs at JTCC. To sign up for volunteering, create a POINT account and request to join the organization “JTCC”. All adult volunteers (18+) are required to complete USTA Safe Play certification before volunteering. Upon completion, volunteers can email a screenshot of the completion.