Chris Herrmann, a wheelchair tennis player from St. Petersburg, Florida, has emerged as one of the top-ranked junior wheelchair tennis players in the United States. Despite a spinal cord injury from a car accident at the age of 10, Chris's family introduced him to wheelchair tennis to reignite his passion for sports. Wheelchair tennis not only became his newfound love but also a way to compete against able-bodied athletes, showcasing his remarkable talent and determination. With unwavering support from the USTA and his coaches, Chris has participated in tournaments across the globe, representing his country in South Korea, Japan, Turkey, and France. His ultimate goal is to make his mark at the 2016 Paralympic Games in Rio, inspiring others who have encountered setbacks to give wheelchair tennis a chance. Chris's unfaltering drive, unyielding competitive spirit, and exceptional ability to triumph over adversity make him a true inspiration both on and off the court. Witness the incredible journey of Chris Herrmann, the remarkable wheelchair tennis player from St. Petersburg. Despite a life-altering spinal cord injury at the tender age of 10, Chris discovered his passion for wheelchair tennis, leading him to become one of the top-ranked junior wheelchair tennis players in the country. Supported wholeheartedly by the USTA and his coaches, Chris has represented his nation in tournaments worldwide, leaving his mark in South Korea, Japan, Turkey, and France. His sights are now set on the 2016 Paralympic Games in Rio, where he aims to encourage others who have faced setbacks to explore the possibilities of wheelchair tennis. Join us on this remarkable journey of Chris Furman, a shining inspiration who triumphs over adversity both on and off the court.