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Wimbledon: How does tennis work when you're blind?

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As Wimbledon comes to a close this week, we’re taking a look at blind tennis.

It’s a sport played with a larger, softer ball that makes a rattle noise which allows players to locate the ball.

The Lawn Tennis Association organises a range of regional and national competitions, and many players hope it will one day be a Paralympic sport.

Emma and Martin from the Access All disability podcast meet avid player Reece Finnegan to learn how it works.

Hear more on BBC Sounds.

Filmed and edited by Laura Gaynor

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