EVERYONE IS RESPONSIBLE FOR RESPECTING THE RULES OF THE CLUB. THANK YOU!
Tennis Canada and Tennis Quebec have issued the following guidelines to help ensure the safety of all concerned:
- It is mandatory to book online or by phone and identify all players
- Recreational singles only during red zone*
*Recreation doubles allowed when all four players reside at the same address
- Pay for your guest ahead of time by phone
- Arrive and leave as close as possible to the beginning and end of the activity
- Bring your own balls and label them with your initials with a permanent marker
- No water is available, bring your own water bottle
- Bring your own hand sanitizer or cleaning wipes
- On-site at the courts: social distancing must be respected at all times
Access to the tennis courts is from Raemac Road off the highway 105. Please drive safely and be aware of golfers as the road crosses the golf course. The road is narrow and is prone to washing out after heavy rains. Those who can reach the courts by bicycle or by walking are encouraged to do so.
Bookings have a 15-minute window to promote members safety.
The key system for the entrance to the courts is temporarily suspended and the tennis hut is closed. The closest washroom is located in the main Club House. The gate will be opened between 7 a.m. and 10 p.m.
- Please leave the gate open so players can avoid touching the handles.
- Use your own equipment (balls and racquets);
- Only serve with your own balls and avoid handling the balls of the other player
- Clean your hands before and after coming off the court;
- Avoid touching your face with anything other than your towel or sweat band
- Replace all balls if someone with or suspected of having COVID-19 comes in contact with them
After the game, continue to maintain social distancing and leave the courts immediately. Clean all tennis gear with alcohol-based disinfectant and consider spraying tennis balls briefly with a disinfectant spray (e.g. Lysol or Clorox). “While there is still no evidence as to whether the virus can live on a tennis ball, we do know that contamination through respiratory droplets from one infected person to another can potentially survive on surfaces for up to three days.” (Tennis Canada).
Proper tennis clothing and proper tennis shoes must be worn while playing on the courts. Sport shoes with black marking soles are not permitted.
Dogs are not allowed on the tennis courts.
Junior members ages 6 to 10 years old must be supervised by an adult while playing tennis. The courts are to be used only for playing tennis.
Please report any problems with the lights to the tennis director who will then contact the club manager.