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Photo of Australian blind and low visually impaired players Adam Fayad and Robert Fletcher with former world No.1 quad wheelchair player Dylan Alcott on a tennis court at Melbourne Park. Courtesy of Adam Fayad
Takei Miyoshi reaching out to the ball for a return of serve
Blind Tennis History

Mr Takei Miyoshi invented Blind Tennis in Japan in 1984. He was a pioneer in a new racket sport and a role model to the visually impaired. He was born in 1968 and lost his eyesight at the age of one and a half. When he was 16, as a high school student, he dreamed of playing tennis with the able-bodied and created tennis for the blind.

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