WA Tennis Shutdown in Response to COVID-19 Hard Lockdown
To the WA Tennis Community
Instruction to cease, temporarily, tennis activity in Western Australia
Effective from 6pm tonight, Sunday, 31 January 2021 until 6pm Friday, 5 February, the Perth metropolitan area and the Peel and South West regions will enter a 5-day lockdown, based on health advice.
These measures are being implemented due to a fast evolving situation in Western Australia with the positive COVID-19 case detected in a hotel quarantine worker.
The WA Government has instructed a number of facilities will need to close in the Perth, Peel and South West regions, including but not limited to gyms and indoor sporting venues as well as outdoor recreational facilities.
As a result of these temporary measures, Tennis West is advising that all Tennis Clubs, Club Activities and Coaching Activities must cease operations immediately:
The 5-day lockdown will also deem that all Tennis West Leagues, competitions and tournamentsscheduled within the lockdown period be postponed. Please check the Tennis West League Noticeboard for details and updates to play.
If you have any concerns regarding the above information, please contact your Regional Tennis Manager:
Metro North clubs - Rob Kennedy - Robert.Kennedy@Tennis.com.au
Metro South and Peel clubs - Michelle Magdy - MMagdy@Tennis.com.au
South West clubs - Brooke Koenig - BKoenig@Tennis.com.au or Carina McMillen - CMcMillen@Tennis.com.au
Regional North clubs - Craig Vinci - CVinci@Tennis.com.au
For all Tennis West Leagues, Tournaments and Competitions enquiries, please contact email@example.com
If any Book A Court clubs require assistance closing online court bookings, please contact Charlotte King - CKing@Tennis.com.au or 0466694179
All COVID-19 information and relevant resources will continue to be updated on the dedicated COVID-19 page on the Tennis West website. Please continue to check for all updated information.
For further information regarding the State Governments lockdown restrictions, please head to the WA Government website.
We know our community loves our sport, and that this directive impacts the livelihood of our valued tennis coaches. However, this is a government mandate, and needs to be strictly adhered to by our tennis community, for this short period.
Please stay home and stay safe.
Acting CEO, Tennis West