25 Nov
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Feel the Ball

In the world of wheelchair basketball, there exists a profound connection between the player and the ball, a tactile symphony that transcends the court’s boundaries. As the players at Sittruli’s Training Camp experienced the thrill of their new sports wheelchairs, a deeper narrative unfolded — the art of “Feeling the Ball.”The basketball, a simple sphere of leather and air, becomes an extension of the player’s spirit, a conduit through which dreams are woven into the fabric of the game. In the midst of the players’ excitement, there lies an unspoken understanding of the ball’s significance — it’s not just an object to be thrown or dribbled, but a partner in the journey of every game.


As the players whizzed across the court, the palpable joy emanated from their connection with the ball. They felt its texture, sensed its movement, and responded to its nuances with an intuitive grace. In this dance between player and ball, there is an unspoken language that only those immersed in the game can truly comprehend.”Feeling the Ball” goes beyond the physical act of handling it; it’s about understanding its rhythm, predicting its trajectory, and responding with precision. It’s a dance that requires not just skill but an acute awareness of the game’s flow, an ability to anticipate the ball’s every bounce and spin.This connection is the heartbeat of wheelchair basketball — an echo of determination, resilience, and sheer love for the game. As the players immerse themselves in this symphony of movement and touch, they embody the essence of true sportsmanship, where the ball becomes a conduit for unity, empowerment, and the shared spirit of the game.


In the silence of the court, where the only sounds are the rhythmic echoes of wheelchairs and the occasional bounce of the ball, the players at Sittruli’s Training Camp are not just athletes; they are artists, painting their stories on the canvas of the court, one touch of the ball at a time. The message is clear: to truly play wheelchair basketball is to “Feel the Ball” and, in doing so, feel the pulse of the game’s soul.

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