PARIS -- French Open organizers say that both members of a men's doubles team have tested positive for COVID-19 and have been dropped from the tournament. The players were placed in quarantine.
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.
When playing doubles, coordinate with your partner to maintain physical distancing. Use only your own towel and water bottles.
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Due to the situation surrounding COVID-19 and local government restrictions, the decision was made to move the 2021 adidas Easter Bowl to the Barnes Tennis Center in San Diego. The tournament will be played on its scheduled dates. Per the ITF’s “Return to Tennis” guidelines, the Easter Bowl’s 18s draws will be reduced to 48 players.
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. BEFORE YOU PLAY
In regards to doubles play and double vaccination, Tennis NSW is able to provide the following guidance: DOUBLE VACCINATION – DOUBLES PLAY. Tennis NSW has received numerous enquiries in relation to whether doubles play is permitted given the partial lifting of restrictions for individuals who have been double vaccinated.
COVID-19. If a tennis player tests positive for COVID-19, their local Public Health Unit (TPH for Toronto residents) will follow-up with close contacts who may include other tennis players. Other tennis players who came in close contact with the infected player may be required to self-isolate. Playing Tennis Prior to Play
Coronavirus (Covid-19) - Latest Advice 2021. This page provides up to date information as to how the coronavirus (Covid-19) and the latest government advice around it, relates to tennis activities in Britain and all those involved in delivering them, with separate guidelines in place for each of England , Scotland and Wales.
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.