More than twenty people participated in the Open Doors Day in the Ciudad de la Raqueta de Guadalajara, which served as a preamble to the opening of a new ASPADO school.
The Association continues to expand with the aim of bringing paddle tennis closer to more people with disabilities. On this occasion, monitors from the Association traveled to Guadalajara capital, where a new school will start operating in October.
This day was attended by 10 minors and 12 adults, who had their first contact with paddle tennis and will be part of the groups of this new school that will operate on Tuesday afternoons.
To participate and receive more information, you should contact Víctor Orea, coordinator of ASPADO monitors, at 622 402 086.