[The largest Blind and Low Vision Tennis tournament in Australian history took place at The Drive earlier this month, with 46 tennis players from around the country participating in 12 events over three days. The field included six athletes who won medals at the International Blind Sports Federation World Games in August. South Australian highlights included Isaiah Muller competing in and winning his first B1 singles event, Max Oliver winning the junior division 2 event and being runner up in the B4 doubles, and Reuben Fairbank winning the B3 doubles event and being runner up in the B3 singles.
The tournament featured modified equipment, including audible tennis balls with a bell, to ensure that players can compete. The event was a great success and showcased the talent and determination of blind and low vision tennis players from around Australia.
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