The Paralympics, originally scheduled to take place late August 2020, will now run from August 24 2021 until September 25 2021.
After bringing home the gold at the AOZ Qualifying Tournament in November 2019, the Rollers also secured their ticket to Tokyo.
Australia is one of 12 nations who qualified for the Tokyo Paralympics and stand alongside Korea, Iran and the home nation Japan that come from the Asia Oceania region.
Rollers Head Coach Craig Friday is looking at how the postponement of the Paralympics will benefit the squad and open more opportunity to the athletes.
“I’m really excited that given the postponement of the Paralympics from 2020 to 2021 we get the chance to open the squad up for another year,” Friday said.
However, the team will be looking for redemption following the 2016 Games in Rio, which saw the green and gold fall short in the quarter-finals.
Friday is eager to see what the squad can achieve and evaluate all possibilities in the prolonged time until the Paralympics to ensure they take their strongest side to Tokyo.