Queensland Return to Play. COVID-19 restrictions for sport, recreation and fitness activities.
Return to Play guidelines Visit this website for up to date advice on the Queensland Government's Return to Play plan for sporting facilities, including what we must do in tennis. Read More
From 9 July 2021, the Check In Qld app will be mandatory for parts of our industry: Gyms, health clubs and fitness centres, including boot camps and personal training. Indoor sports and swimming pools. Community facilities and recreation centres. Indoor events.
The recommencement of fixtures is part of the staged reopening of tennis activities following the shutdown of the Centre on 25/3/2020 due to COVID-19. As such, the recommencement must follow Tennis Queensland’s Return To Play Roadmap (Stage 3), which allows for gatherings of up to 100 people and not more than 1 person per 4 square metres.
These principles set the precedent for the eventual return to community sports. In order to safely return to activity, we must adhere to the principles found in the Queensland Governments Return to Play website. This framework was drafted by the Department of Sport and Recreation in collaboration with the Chief medical officer of Queensland.
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.
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When you take time off and you are not performing the very specific movements that tennis possesses, it is highly likely that your muscles, and even joints will be sore once you return. During this time, you are very susceptible to having certain areas of your body flare and become sore.