Please be advised the Tennis Australia Extreme Weather Policy has been updated upon consultation. The updated policy was presented and approved by the Tennis Australia board and takes effect as of November 25, 2019. Please note that the main update was the reintroduction of ambient temperature in determining the suspension of play. Please click here to review the updated policy.
Wet Weather Policy. Association wide washouts will be posted on the website and on BBTA: 8:00am matches by 7:00am. 9:30am matches by 8:30am. Score sheets are not required to be filled out and submitted for Association wide washouts. Where it is not an association wide washout teams are to present themselves at the venue to decide whether play can continue safely – (signed score sheets must be submitted by both teams).
The Tennis Australia Anti-Doping Policy is the Australian National Anti-Doping Policy, effective from 1 January 2021, and found here on the Sport Integrity Australia website. All members, participants and non-participants (including players, coaches, support personnel and administrators) in the sport of tennis are bound by this policy.
Tennis SA utilise the Tennis Australia Weather Policy for all Tennis SA run events; > Download the Extreme Weather Policy. The cancellation temperature for juniors is 36, and for seniors it is 38, as at the nearest BOM Site. As we are running timed sessions for both the Les Tapp and Country Carnival we will making updates re cancellations on the Tennis SA Weather Line 90 minutes prior to the start of any scheduled sessions start time.
Tennis South Australia PO Box 43 NORTH ADELAIDE SA 5006. Telephone: (08) 7224 8100 Fax: (08) 8212 6518 Email: [email protected] Extreme Weather Policy: The policy is designed to protect competitive tennis players from injury and illness that may result by playing tennis in extreme weather conditions. > View the Extreme Weather Policy: Social Media Policy
Inclement weather updates will be provided on this page, as follows: Friday night matches starting at 6.00 pm, 6.30 pm, 7.00 pm. To be updated by 4.30 pm. Saturday morning matches starting at 8.15 am, 8.30 am, 9.00 am, 9.15 am, 9.45 am. To be updated by 7.00 am.
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Drink water – stay hydrated. Keep cool – shade and air conditioning as much as possible. Use sun protection – 30+ sunscreen and wear a hat. Avoid the sun during the peak – 11am to 5pm. Provide wet/Ice towels for players. For further information, please refer to the Tennis Australia Extreme Weather Policy.