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Court Use & Etiquette

Tsawwassen Tennis Club Covid-19 Policies

Please remember that Covid-19 is still present in our community and remains highly transmissible.  We ask members that if they develop a sore throat, cough or other symptoms of Covid-19, or have a positive Covid test, then please don’t play tennis or visit the club for 5 days, as is required  by the Provincial Health Officer.  Be mindful that some members and their families have compromised health.



  • Do not commence play before 8:00am and all play must be finished by 10:00pm, out of respect for our neighbours.

  • Whites are not mandatory but proper tennis attire is required, and non-marking tennis shoes ARE mandatory. Courts are restricted to TTC Members, their guests, and sanctioned League play only.

  • Keys are for Adults only.

  • Guests are permitted 3 playing visits. Please sign your guest(s) in - there is a blue binder labeled 'Guest Book' on the table beside the sliding door. Once a guest has played 3 times then that guest should be invited to join the Club as they have used up maximum guest privileges.

  • Please respect our neighbours' privacy! All balls going over the fence into their backyards must be considered lost. Members are not permitted to climb any fence or to enter any yard to retrieve balls.

  • Please do not swear on the courts.  This can upset other players and our neighbours.

  • Ball hoppers are allowed but must be removed if they interfere with other courts, in which case lessons must revert to using a maximum of 6 balls.

  • Damage to windscreens, nets, clubhouse, shed or other TTC property should be reported to the Maintenance Director whose name is on the 'Contact Us' page of this website.

  • The last Member to leave the courts is responsible for ensuring that all equipment [e.g. brooms, chairs etc.] is stored inside the clubhouse or shed, and all the court and clubhouse lights are turned off and the clubhouse, shed doors and court gates are securely locked.  Please be sure to check and lock the clubhouse, shed door and outer gate because vandalism can cause enormous expense to the Club.

RISK .....
..... use of the Club facilities by the Membership, their families and guests is done so at their own risk. Persons playing on these courts must recognise the inherent risks they are taking. Any accident involving personal injury or any incident involving personal loss, however caused, will not be the responsibility of the Tsawwassen Tennis Club, its Executive Committee or its Members.
Members are reminded to lock automobiles and secure personal effects such as wallets and purses while on court.

Members must also sign the Covid-19 risk waiver before using the courts.

 

 

The clubhouse is equipped with an AED.