Tennis News / February 20, 2021
The past year has been quite challenging as a result of the spread of the coronavirus. We all love tennis and dearly miss our time on the court. So, when can we play?
Whether we are allowed to play tennis is based upon the virus’ spread and the city and/or state test positivity rate. Understanding the restrictions at any one point in time can be overwhelming and confusing.
To help you understand when you can play, what (e.g. singles or doubles) you can play and when you do or do not need to wear a mask, Serve & Return Chicago wants to provide you a resource. Below are the links to the Chicago and state guidelines.
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The mission of Serve and Return Chicago is to positively impact the lives of children in Chicagoland’s under-served communities through the game of tennis. We believe tennis is an inclusive, life-long source of physical, mental, and emotional well-being. The funds we raise support outstanding youth programs that provide equipment, education, instruction and fun competition in safe environments.