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Can you play tennis doubles in Sydney's lockdown? - 2GB

The tennis community is calling for clarity around double vaccinated people. Sydneysiders can hit the tennis courts during lockdown to play in singles, however fully vaccinated people are increasingly looking to play in doubles. Currently, double vaccinated people can get together in groups of five for exercise or recreation.

For Better, Not Worse, Life Partners Win Wimbledon Mixed ...

During lockdown in Great Britain last year when the tennis tours were suspended due to the COVID-19 pandemic, they were able to help each other practise, even if just at their home. “Both of us play tennis, and we were sort of stuck together,” Sharan said, cracking a laugh.

Can you play tennis doubles in Sydney's lockdown? - Ben ...

The tennis community is calling for clarity around double vaccinated people.

Golf games of up to four people and tennis doubles matches to ...

People will be able to play golf in groups of four, and tennis doubles from Monday. Schools will open next week as planned - but for a small number of pupils only. Businesses are set to return ...

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Tennis doubles free to return - but players must still ...

Tennis players can resume doubles with people from outside of their own household and share tennis balls as part of a further England-only easing of the lockdown restrictions.

Emily Webley Smith: WTA were the first ... - Tennis World USA

The 36 year old Webley-Smith is currently ranked No. 150 in the world in doubles and No. 490 in singles and says she was happy to receive the help from the WTA Tour during the lockdown.

How the lockdown inspired a former tennis prodigy to make a ...

How the lockdown inspired a former tennis prodigy to make a return. Bengaluru’s Sharmada Balu gave up on tennis at her peak in her 20s because of a lack of funds and frequent injuries. Now she ...

Coronavirus (COVID-19) - Latest advice 2021 | LTA

Tennis is a naturally socially distant sport, but players should take the following steps to reduce the risk of transmission when attending and participating in tennis activity. 1. Check for COVID-19 symptoms. Before attending any tennis activity, players (like officials, volunteers and coaches) should self-assess for symptoms of COVID-19 ...

COVID-19 | Play | Tennis Australia

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.