Tennis in Haringey
We aim to encourage everyone in the borough to play more and better tennis, and to do so safely. Here you can find information about the tennis clubs in the area.
- COVID-19: Using tennis courts responsibly
- Where can I hire a tennis court?
- The Lawn Tennis Association (LTA)
Over the coming weeks we will be ensuring that before we reopen our tennis courts, it is safe to do so. This means that we can't open them straight away as we need to carry out risk assessments, clean them to ensure your safety, and take down any temporary fencing etc. We aim to start a phased opening of tennis courts in the next couple of weeks, and to have all facilities open by the end of July.
We are only able to re-open these facilities with your help.
- Please do not use if you feel ill or are self-isolating
- Sanitise your hands regularly whilst using the equipment and remember to wash your hands as soon as you are able to do so after use
- Clean your equipment. Do not share with people outside your household
- Stay at least 2m away from others
- Allow others to leave before you enter the court - wait away from the gates
- Singles and doubles play is permitted with people from outside your household, meaning that four people from different households can play doubles, as long as you remain 2 metres apart as far as possible
- No shaking hands or physical contact with other players
- Avoid changing ends or change at opposite sides of the net
- Do not eat or drink within the facilities
- If the facility is busy, wait patiently until you can use it safely, or come back when less busy
Visit Tennis in Haringey (external link) for more information.
The Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) is the National Governing Body for Tennis in Great Britain. Its aim is to govern and grow Tennis in Britain from Grassroots participation through to the professional game. For more information, please visit the LTA website (external link).
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