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Tennis Safety COVID-19 | USTA

The USTA has created a "Playing Tennis Safely" document for players, in conjunction with its Medical Advisory Group and its Industry partners. 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 requirements and guidelines.

Coronavirus: COVID-19 Tennis Program Updates | 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 requirements and guidelines.

Playing Tennis Safely: Facility and Programming ... - USTA

The USTA has created a "Playing Tennis Safely" document for facilities and players, in conjunction with its Medical Advisory Group and its Industry partners. The USTA recognizes that COVID-19 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 requirements and guidelines.

COVID-19 and Tennis Play | Tennis Resources | USTA Eastern

USTA Eastern, along with assistance from the United States Tennis Association, have organized tennis provider support initiatives that will infuse a total of $460,000 into tennis facilities and programming across the section as the sport collectively fights back from the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Indoor Tennis - What You Should Know - USTA

The USTA Mid-Atlantic has launched the “MAS Promise” to recognize indoor tennis facilities that are committed to high levels of safety protocols. When you see the “MAS Promise” displayed on a tennis industry business’s website or at their facility, you will know that the facility has committed to safety standards for employees and customers.

Best Practices for Providers During COVID-19 - USTA

In collaboration with local facilities throughout Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware and West Virginia, USTA Middle States has produced best practices to display what some organizations can do to stay safe during the COVID-19 pandemic. Players and facilities are also encouraged to read through the Playing Tennis Safely Recommendations for both players and facilities.

Coronavirus: COVID-19 Tennis Program Updates | USTA

Due to the ongoing situation surrounding COVID-19, the USTA has canceled all ITF World Tennis Tour and ATP Challenger events taking place in the U.S. in September. This decision was made to ensure the health and safety of all those involved with these events.

Coronavirus: USTA Suspends Events Due to COVID-19 | USTA

The USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing Meadows, N.Y., is currently closed to the public. The facility’s Indoor Tennis Center was converted to a temporary hospital for COVID-19 patients, while Louis Armstrong Stadium was utilized as a commissary to facilitate the creation of meal packages that were distributed to patients, workers and New York City school children.

Bucks County Tennis Association - USTA

(For indoor programs please also review Northampton Tennis and Fitness Center COVID-19 protocols available on the NTFC website.) Arrive as close as possible to when you need to be on court and remain in your car until your designated practice time.

Covid 19 Facility Policies | USTA Northern Illinois

Score Tennis and Fitness 09/16/21 Masks required indoors including on the tennis courts. The South Barrington Club Updated 08/27/21 Masks required while indoors including on the tennis courts. TAM Tennis & Fitness. The Racket Club Updated 09/17/21 Masks must be worn in all indoor settings, including tennis courts