2nd June 2020

Tennis Ireland issued fresh guidelines today with the easing of some restrictions around the re-opening of tennis in clubs, these have been updated in the documents below. The main changes include

  • Toilets can reopen for players subject to appropriate cleaning protocols being in place and a one in / one out system to be put in operation
  • Members can travel up to 20km from their home in this phase
  • Juniors / U18’s casual play only under supervision of an adult. However, clubs have discretion to remove this requirement for junior players aged 16 years and over if they so choose.
  • Coaches can utilise 2 courts with 2 players on each court subject to social distancing measures being in place.  For Red Ball activities, 4 players can play on one court provided that two red courts are marked out, one on either side of the net, subject to social distancing.

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*It is envisaged that doubles play amongst people from different households will be part of the phase 3 guidelines due to come in to effect on June 29th.

16th May

Following further consultation with the Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport, Tennis Ireland has amended it’s guidelines to clubs and clarifies its advice on the 5km rule and participation by people over 70 years of age – more details HERE 

14th May 2020

We are delighted with the news that tennis is included in the short list of sports due to re-open in phase 1 of the Government’s roadmap to recovery on Monday 18th May.

We are committed to adhering to the strict guidelines issued for our sport to ensure a safe environment for everyone. We can only do this together and ask that all members familiarize themselves with the TI Phase 1 protocols below before visiting the club.

As always the Government phased restrictions will apply.

 

30th April  2020

The club has a special covid-19 sub committee in place which is liaising with the governing body working to ensure Lansdowne LTC will be ready to provide a safe environment for all members when the time comes to re-open.

This week’s news brings reasons to be optimistic for tennis players as some countries begin to ease restrictions and grant access to outdoor sports including tennis facilities.

For information and updates on Covid-19 visit the HSE website HERE