Tennis games adapted for athletes with intellectual disabilities
Are you interested in getting out on the court with your son, daughter, or friend but don’t know what games to play. Alley Rally is a game that is perfect for persons of all ability levels and you don’t need a tennis court to play. To adapt the game to persons with intellectual disabilities, use foam “quick start” tennis balls
Here’s how to play Alley Rally
This game is played in pairs and requires two racquets and three balls. Place two balls approximately
4-feet apart on the court. Each player stands next to a ball and faces his or her partner. The third ball
is put into play gently with a bounce-hit. The object is to hit the partner’s ball.
Hope you enjoy this game!!