‘Buddy Up Tennis’ gives young athletes chance of a lifetime at U.S. Open
Young athletes with Down syndrome took center court at the U.S. Open thanks to ‘Buddy Up Tennis,’ a program that teaches fitness and tennis skills by pairing kids with a buddy to practice with. Beth Gibson, inspired by her son Will, started the program ten years ago.
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