She came from Kansas City to play some tennis with athletes here in Sioux Falls today at Huether Family Match Pointe in Sioux Falls. Coaches from the United States Tennis Association also made the trip from Minneapolis to conduct the skills clinic. SportsZone Saturday: O’Gorman wins fourth straight state title, Jansa claims individual crown, two west river athletes go division one
Promoting adaptive sports at Huether Family Match Pointe in Sioux Falls Match Pointe is hoping to expand the idea of adaptive sports in the Midwest, which is a cause Muehlberger supports.
Muehlberger was injured in 2015 in a car crash. A year later, she started playing wheelchair tennis. Source www.keloland.com
Get the latest KELOLAND News headlines, weather forecasts and sports updates delivered to your email inbox. Click here to sign up! “Tennis has made me so much more confident and I love being able to share that with other people that might be newly injured or maybe just have never thought about trying sports before,” Hilary Muehlberger. Miss Wheelchair America, said. “So, talking about adaptive sports in general and playing tennis has been life-changing for me.”
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