The following material is provided to assist clubs with policies and guidelines and therefore improve your clubs operations and environment in the community. Click on the headings below for more guidance and support in each of the breakdown items. If you have any questions about your club please contact us at 1800 PLAY TENNIS or email.
National Policies COVID-19 Guidelines. The health and wellbeing of the Australian Tennis Community is our number one priority, and amidst... Member Protection policy. At Tennis Australia (TA) we take seriously our duty of care to children and young people, as... Safeguarding Children Code of ...
Like most sports in Australia, tennis has certain requirements for players’ dress and equipment. These requirements vary depending on the type and nature of the event. > View the Australian Ranking Tournaments Dress Code . Tennis Etiquette and Procedures for Matches Played without a Chair Umpire
So far Australia has been one of the leading nations in the world in managing COVID-19 and limiting the spread of infection. As a big, broad community we have taken pride in looking after one another and those among us who are vulnerable. It has been one of the few positives to come out of this crisis and our tennis community has played its part.
The current guidance from Tennis NSW remains as was published on 20 September 2021, including our Return to Tennis Guide. However, looking at the road map we anticipate that the restrictions in Greater Sydney will ease to fall in line with the current ‘general area’ that applies to much of regional NSW.
Tennis Australia has a zero tolerance approach to any form of child abuse and is committed to ensuring the sport of tennis is a safe and friendly environment for children and young people.
Foremost, Tennis Australia endeavours to be the active partner with stakeholders in the game to ensure the public can readily access tennis within a variety of playing opportunities. Tennis Australia is also determined to be the world leader in the provision of community tennis facilities that also accommodate desirable training environments towards elite performance.
The Technical Manual for the Design, Construction and Maintenance of Tennis Facilities, compiled by the Tennis Queensland Technical Services Advisory Group, aims to provide all current and future tennis court owners with knowledge about the intricacies of tennis court specific construction. SAPIA members were a part of this Advisory Group.