The safety and welfare of players, their entourage, spectators and our tournament event staff is Tennis Canada’s top priority. Tennis Canada is closely monitoring the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation and remains in daily contact with the Public Health Agency of Canada and the different tennis organizations within which we operate on this matter. We are proceeding with our events as planned, but we will be prepared to make any changes if deemed necessary. While we recognize the Public Health Agency of Canada’s current assessment that the risk of COVID-19 continues to be low in Canada, Tennis Canada has implemented additional measures to our existing health and safety protocols for our various upcoming events.
The following special measures will be implemented at each tournament site:
We strongly recommend that everyone take the following precautions for public health practices in order to protect yourself and others from the spread of germs, including*:
Anyone who experiences flu like symptoms must seek medical assistance and advise the Tournament Director.
Symptoms can include:
We will continue to closely monitor the situation daily and communicate any changes to all stakeholders.
For more information, please contact Ilan Yampolsky, Director, Safesport and Integrity at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for your support of upcoming Tennis Canada events and for respecting public health and safety practices.
* Individuals with a weakened immune system, underlying health conditions or aged 60 and over should take these precautions very seriously.