Roger Crawford

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For the politician, see Roger Crawford (politician).
Roger Crawford
Born October 8, 1960
Residence Granite Bay, CA
Alma mater Loyola Marymount University
Known for Public Speaking, Author, Professional Tennis Player
Notable work

Think Again [1]

How High Can You Bounce [2]

Playing From The Heart [3]

Roger Crawford (born October 8, 1960) is the first and only person in American history to be a United States Professional Tennis Association athlete and play a Division I college sport with a severe disability.[1] Today, he is a public speaker, author, and is still a certified tennis professional. Several famous individuals and incorporations, such as Marriott Hotels, Nike, Chris Evert, and Ronald Reagan have acknowledged Crawford for overcoming handicaps.[2] He was also featured in Chicken Soup for the Soul and in the NBC Emmy Award winning movie In a New Light.[3]