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

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.

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Filmed and edited by Laura Gaynor