ST. LOUIS — This week at the Dwight Davis Tennis Center at Forest Park is the USTA U.S. Open Wheelchair Championships.
One-hundred of the best wheelchair tennis players from over 20 countries are in action.
When a crash took Stéphane Houdet's leg, he didn't let it keep him from dreaming.
As a child, he dreamed of becoming a professional tennis player. When he was 24, Houdet was in a motorcycle crash that took his left leg.
Eight years later, he found wheelchair tennis, and it's been his life ever since.
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