Our 3021 is a partnership between Brimbank City Council, Health West, ISIS Primary Care and cohealth to make positive changes
Tennis Victoria Update (28/9/2020)
Like you, we are extremely disappointed by Premier Daniel Andrews announcement that all tennis facilities are to remain closed as we move to Step 2 of the Government's COVID-19 Recovery Roadmap.
We firmly believe that tennis, a physically distanced non-contact sport, can return safely to provide health and wellbeing opportunities to support people through isolation and to provide our coaches with much needed income.
We know today's news will be very hard to hear, and especially for coaches who need to get businesses back up and running.
We are considering our next steps and will continue to advocate for the safe return of tennis in Metropolitan Melbourne.
In the meantime, we recommend that every tennis club and coaching business ensures its COVIDSafe Plan is in place so that when we do get the green light to reopen you will be ready to share your plans with local councils. This is likely to be a requirement of reopening. Resources to help with COVIDSafe planning are available here and we are here to help as much as possible during this very challenging time.
Tennis Return to Play update
Community Tennis Update for Metropolitan Melbourne
Dear Tennis Fans,
Good afternoon, we hope this finds you well.
The following is an update from Tennis Victoria :
We are connecting with all of our Metro Melbourne stakeholders today in anticipation of COVID-19 restrictions hopefully being eased in Melbourne next week.
We have been working hard, advocating strongly for a return to tennis. We are confident we have made positive progress and hope to see this reflected in Government announcements regarding Step 2 which we expect to come into effect on Monday 28 September.
Following a meeting with VicSport and State Government this lunchtime, we understand guidelines for community sport and recreation will be published in the next few days. We anticipate this will mean, broadly, court hire can resume, 1-1 coaching will be allowed and 10 people per outdoor venue.
However, the legal directions that allow us to confirm this change are often not available until the night of the change coming into effect. Please understand that confirmation from us will not reach you until we have these legal directions.
At this time we will email the Return to Tennis Guidelines to you, make them available on our website and will also contact local councils to confirm the changes with them.
With this in mind, we would like to encourage every tennis club and coaching business to review your COVIDSafe plans and ensure they are ready for any reopening that might be announced.
It is very unlikely that competition will be allowed at Step 2 -this is likely to come at Step 3. Therefore, the priority for COVIDSafe planning initially is venues (clubs and coaching businesses).
To prepare or review your plan, please visit the COVID-19 Return to Tennis Checklist on the Tennis Victoria website. A completed Checklist can operate as a COVIDSafe plan for your venue and operations.
You can reach out to your Tennis Victoria representative for further assistance.
The numbers are coming down, we're nearly there, let's stay the course and hopefully be back on court in some capacity for Step 2 of the Roadmap.
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Tennis Victoria Update
Community Tennis Guidelines Update
Dear Tennis fans,
Following State Government's announcement of the COVID-19 Roadmap to Reopening next steps for Regional Victoria, we are pleased to advise of an update to our most recent Community Tennis Guidelines for Regional Victoria.
We are now able to share the following updates:
With Regional Victoria moving to the third step of the Victorian COVID-19 Roadmap, there are some further changes to our Community Tennis Guidelines.
What does this mean for tennis?
Singles and Doubles play permitted.
Competition tennis can return.
Group coaching for up to 10 participants in addition to the coach.
You can view the updated Community Tennis Guidelines for Regional Victoria here.
Government have not yet provided a further update for the next step of the Roadmap for Metro Melbourne. We are continuing to advocate strongly for a return to play from 28 September (Step 2), but do not yet have confirmation of this from Government. We will update you as soon as we know more.
No Tennis as from 02/07/2020 to 29/07/2020
Following the Victorian Government announcement on 30 June 2020, restrictions are to be enacted for suburbs declared COVID-19 ‘Hot Zones’ from 11.59pm on Wednesday 1 July. As per Government guidance on the DHHS website, ‘community sport training and competition cannot occur within a restricted postcode. If you live in an impacted area you cannot participate in community sport elsewhere.’
As such, from 11:59pm on Wednesday 1 July:
· All tennis clubs and centres within the above postcodes must close until further notice
· All tennis programs and coaching must be cancelled, including one to one coaching, until further notice
· All club, association and social play must be cancelled until further notice
Return to tennis May 2020
Return to Play/Court Usage Plan
Private and small group coaching available.
Parent/guardian of younger children able to watch from outside court and will have line of sight of activity, in line with the Victorian Child safe Standards.
- Casual Court Hire available only outside coaching and members hours.
- 60 Minute bookings only once.
- Bring your own sanitiser and bottle of water.
- Casual Play maximum 4 people at present per court
- Maximum 10 people inside Court 4 at one time for coaching only.
- Maximum 10 people inside the bank of Courts 1, 2 and 3 at one time.
E.g. Two groups of doubles can be played at Court 1 and Court 3 and a single match at Court 2.
- Clubhouse to remain closed at all times.
- Social distancing must be practiced at all times.
- Keep record of everyone who enter the venue.
- Name; phone number; date and time of attendance.
- No off-court gatherings. Get in, play and get out.
- Recommend patrons to download COVIDSafe app.
President Son Nguyen 0403 471 388
Head Coach: Darren Ha 0422 483 097
Tennis Victoria Update as of 26th of March 2020
Membership numbers go through the roof at St Albans East Tennis Club
What a proud moment to share that Son Nguyen has gave a life to the old tennis club that only had 10 members to a whopping 185.
Read more on the link below:
SEPTEMBER 6, 2016 1:36 PM
BY BEN CAMERON
Our 3021 is a partnership between Brimbank City Council, Health West, ISIS Primary Care and cohealth to make positive changes.
We have been granted a total of $2000 to add more tennis balls, better cleaning products and more to help the club continue growing.
Read more below:
Picture: Kris Reichl Brimbank Leader
February 17, 2015
Câu lạc bộ Quần vợt Úc Việt tại St. Albans
Dear Tennis Fans,
We are delighted to have some good news for those of you in Melbourne.
Following announcements by Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews today, limited outdoor tennis coaching and recreational play can return in Metropolitan Melbourne from midnight tonight.
As always, we must await the Sport and Recreation Victoria (SRV) legal directions before we can provide the Return to Tennis Guidelines with full details, but here is what we know currently,
Metro Melbourne from Midnight tonight:
Outdoor tennis courts can reopen - clubhouses must remain closed.
Groups of up to 10 are allowed from a maximum of 2 households. We don't yet know if this is per court or per venue and whether or not a coach will be included in the 10.
You can travel up to 25km from your home to a court, but no further.
NB. It is likely that Brimbank City Councils will require a signed COVIDSafe plan before a venue can reopen.
Metro Melbourne from 1 Nov - as above PLUS:
Competition will return
St Albans East Tennis Club