The LTA, in conjunction with the All England Club, the ITF, ATP and WTA, has regrettably announced the cancellation of its summer Grass Court events and the British Open Wheelchair Tennis Championships following the latest advice from the UK Government and the suspension of professional tennis due to the escalating coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
COVID-19 RESTRICTIONS IN ENGLAND GOVERNMENT ROADMAP OVERVIEW This document provides a summary of what tennis activity will be permitted under the Government restrictions across England under each step of the roadmap, with a grid for each Step provided on the following pages. Further detail for future Steps will be added to these grids
www.lta.org.uk/coronavirus on a regular basis to stay abreast of the latest information Any measures coaches put in place to enable tennis activity to resume should be capable of being flexed or changed quickly should restrictions change The guidance set out for coaches covers all tennis venues that follow COVID-19 secure guidance.
Australian tennis star Kyrgios is no stranger to controversy, and his latest Tweet about the Covid pandemic has drawn more criticism. By Daniel Moxon 11:01, Fri, Oct 15, 2021 | UPDATED: 11:40, Fri ...
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Although there is no specific evidence that tennis balls can spread COVID-19, we know that contamination by respiratory droplets from an infected person can potentially survive on hard surfaces up to three days. If you choose to play tennis, be sure to practice these safety tips and recommendations.
British tennis player Dan Evans tests positive for COVID-19, pulls out of Tokyo Games Dan Evans has become the second Team GB tennis star to pull out of Tokyo 2020 with COVID-19 following Johanna ...
The world No 2 female tennis player, ... Another 43 people have been reported to have died from Covid-19 in the UK, down from 121 on Saturday, bringing the total death toll to 136,953.
Official Coronavirus (COVID-19) disease situation dashboard with latest data in the UK.