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 […]
Indoor tables must be 2 metres apart when there are no partitions between them. The outdoor terraces can accommodate a maximum of 20 people or 3 private residences per table. Tables must be 1 m apart when there are no partitions between them. An attendance register must be kept.
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. The USTA has created a "Playing Tennis Safely" document for players, in conjunction with its Medical Advisory Group and its Industry partners.
Map of COVID-19 alert levels by region to find out the alert level in your region.
Quebec will soon allow people to resume playing some non-contact sports, such as tennis, golf, cycling, track and field, fishing and boating. The resumption of those activities will be phased in ...
Tennis Quebec has provided a set of guidelines to allow players to enjoy the game while respecting COVID-19 social distancing once the courts open. We apologize, but this video has failed to load.
She gave a list of examples, which include: cycling. track running. canoeing, kayaking and other rowing activities. climbing. kitesurfing, outdoor swimming, fishing, SCUBA diving. horseback riding. rollerskating, skateboarding.
Quebec is once again relaxing public health rules provincewide as the number of new daily COVID-19 cases remains stable and a greater proportion of the population is vaccinated.. The new measures ...
COVID-19 Guidance for Indoor & Outdoor Events & Gatherings The following guidance is intended to help organizers and permit-holders of events and gatherings reduce the spread of COVID-19. It describes the requirements under O. Reg. 364/20 of the Reopening Ontario Act and is applicable to:
Quebec premier pleads for people to limit gatherings and follow rules as COVID-19 infections jump 'If this virus continues to propagate, there is a risk that we will have to close businesses ...