Recreational and competitive sports played by people with disabilities are growing in popularity, and the skill levels of the athletes are rising. One of the more established adaptive sports is wheelchair tennis. William Brangham went to the U.S. Open in New York recently to hear what some of the top players of this now 40-year-old sport have learned on and off the court.
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