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Tennis Safety COVID-19 | USTA

The USTA recognizes that the coronavirus continues to affect the country in different ways and that it is possible for people to return to playing tennis indoors and outdoors under a number of different state and local government requirements as well as state and local government health authority guidelines. Because playing tennis does not require direct person-to-person contact, tennis players can enjoy the many physical and mental benefits that tennis offers while maintaining six feet ...

Coronavirus: COVID-19 Tennis Program Updates | USTA

Due to the situation surrounding COVID-19 and local government restrictions, the decision was made to move the 2021 adidas Easter Bowl to the Barnes Tennis Center in San Diego. The tournament will be played on its scheduled dates. Per the ITF’s “Return to Tennisguidelines, the Easter Bowl’s 18s draws will be reduced to 48 players.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) - Latest advice 2021 | LTA

Tennis events and activities indoors and outdoors no longer have legal restrictions on the number of people who can participate or gather together. You must retain and keep up to date a Covid-19 risk assessment as a facility that welcomes the general public including your members or you provide tennis or other sport activities/coaching. The risk assessment must be specific to your venue or programme and take reasonable measures (actions) to help reduce the spread of Covid-19.

ITF issues first set of ‘Return to Tennis’ guidelines | ITF

The ITF has published a first set of ‘Return to Tennis’ guidelines to assist national tennis associations in restarting competitive tennis in their country once government restrictions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic have been lifted and the appropriate health, safety and integrity measures are in place. The guidelines – at this stage for local- and national-level competitions only – seek to provide a framework in which tennis can be played again in a manner that protects against the ...


The tables below set out the minimum and recommended standards for the organisation of tennis competitions. These guidelines can only mitigate the risk of COVID-19 infections – they cannot eliminate it. Any return to competition and implementation of this guidance should be established in conjunction with the relevant national authorities.

Guidelines for Tennis Community Clubs during COVID-19

Guidelines for Tennis Community Clubs during COVID-19 Infection prevention and control measures: The following mitigation guidelines will help reduce the risk of respiratory infections, including COVID-19. Before Arrival at Community Tennis Club All tennis players should self-screen to limit the introduction of infection:

COVID-19 Guidelines – Heidelberg and Districts Tennis Association

Each council run facility may differ with their requirements for managing competition. Please observe your council’s current guidelines. Please complete all Club requests for accurate record keeping be it a Manual Registration or a Digital System (eg QR Code) of registering your name and details when attending their courts. Remain in outdoor areas and avoid congregating inside Clubrooms as much as possible.

OHSAA Releases Return to Play Guidelines and Sport Specific ...

The COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic has presented the OHSAA with a myriad of challenges. The Executive Director’s Office, with support from its Board of Directors and feedback from the Ohio Joint Advisory Committee on Sports Medicine, the National Federation of State High School Associations and the Ohio Department of Health along with support from the Ohio Lt. Governor’s Office, offer a ...

COVID-19 - Updates on tennis in Canada - Tennis Canada

Tennis Canada issues its recommendations for a progressive return to playing tennis Since the start of the current crisis related to COVID-19, Tennis Canada has been committed to making decisions favourable to fostering a safe sporting environment. In a time where we are experiencing an unprecedented crisis, this commitment includes the health and wellbeing of […]

Tennis on the upswing during COVID-19 - Houston Chronicle

The Texas Medical Association ranked tennis as one of the least risky activities during COVID-19. On a scale of 1 to 10, with 1 being the safest, tennis is a 2, the same as pumping gasoline or ...