Dublin hosting Blind Tennis World Championships today

The Blind Tennis World Championships take place at Shankill Tennis Club today.

Around 60 players from 13 countries will descend on the South County Dublin courts to compete in the competition which is being held in Ireland for the first time.

Blind Tennis is played on a normal court and the players locate the ball by the sound of a bell inside it.

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