We are pleased to announce the start of the 2021
outdoor season. Due to COVID-19 obligations, here are the steps to follow
when you arrive, during and after organized or free time activities with
In order to respect health
We plan to increase supervision times in June as
needed to manage free time while respecting public health measures.
It will not be possible for the supervisor to play with the members
since he must remain at his post at all times.
During an organized
activity (leagues, courses, clinics and supervision time):
There will be an attendant in charge of sanitary
Do not attend an organized or free activity if:
- You or your companion has
symptoms of COVID-19
- A family member is affected by
COVID or is awaiting a test result.
- A family member is awaiting a
- For COVID symptoms, see https://covid19.quebec.ca/surveys/cdd2/introduction
Plan to bring a mask (homemade or procedural) to
wear when arriving and leaving the site. You will be able to remove it only
on the tennis courts while respecting the two meter
distance at all times.
You will have to report to the attendant to
register and answer the COVID-19 questionnaire.
Bring your own sanitary gel.
Bring your own water, as the clubhouse and water
fountain will not be accessible.
The toilets will not be accessible.
Spectators are not allowed, only one accompanying
parent per participant.
You will have to wait outside the courts,
respecting the two meters distance, until the participants of the previous
activity have left the tennis courts. The instructors or supervisor will
tell you when you can enter the courts.
You will be asked to leave as soon as your
activity is completed.
The number of people on the courts is limited:
doubles clinics, only twelve people will be allowed to participate per
night. You can reserve a place with the supervisor at 819-682-2646
(starting at 5:00 p.m. on the evening of the clinic) or come to the clinic.
the leagues, if more than twelve people are present, plan rotations outside
the courts while respecting social distancing.
*** To learn more about the latest instructions
applied during the free practice of tennis, we suggest you visit the Tennis
Québec website: http://tennis.qc.ca/informations-sur-la-covid-19/.
We look forward to seeing you on the courts!