2021-2022 Covid Policies

Please note that these policies may change if there are state mandated changes.

Tennis Office

  • The office and bathrooms are cleaned thoroughly each morning; disinfectant will be sprayed on door and handle surfaces regularly as the teaching schedule progresses through the day.
  • Masks must be worn when more than 1 person is present in the office.
  • There is sufficient space for 2 players to sit and keep social distancing.
  • Players in excess of 2 must wait outside prior to lesson/clinic start time and for pickups following.
  • Players using the rest rooms are in addition to those in the waiting area, so after leaving the restroom, please exit the waiting area directly if 2 are already present. The same is true for the reverse so if the rest room is occupied, you must wait outside until it becomes available.
  • The water dispenser located in the office is for the use of the instructors only; players should supply their own water.

Player Conduct

  • If you feel unwell, please do not participate.
  • Players shall enter the bubble no earlier than 5 minutes prior to your start time.
  • Upon entry to the bubble, hand sanitizer will be available next to the revolving door.
  • All instructors will wear masks. Students are encouraged to wear masks during group discussions. 
  • All players will maintain a 6’ distance from each other during any discussion portion of the clinic.
  • No player shall pick up or handle another player’s racket or any other personal belongings.
  • To that end, players shall minimize belongings brought into the bubble: tennis racket, clearly marked water bottle, warm up jacket. If you have a tennis bag, the bag (all belongings placed inside) may be placed against the tennis bubble wall, no closer than 6’ to another player’s bag/equipment.
  • Lessons/ clinics will begin the final ball pickup 5-10 minutes prior to the scheduled stop time to ensure that all exit in single file in a timely manner.
  • Players shall enter and exit the bubble through the revolving door one at a time. Exiting players will have priority.
  • Please be aware that the tennis "bubble" is an air structure that relies on a constant flow of air to keep the structure inflated. It is well ventilated and while we call it "indoor" tennis, as an air dome, it is not an "indoor" environment.