Coronavirus (Covid-19) Updated: April 02, 2021 (09:00am)

The Government has published a roadmap for the gradual and staged easing of lockdown restrictions in England, made possible by the pace of the vaccination programme.  Restrictions will be eased across all areas of England at the same time.

The LTA have produced a simple summary grid outlining what the various steps of the roadmap means for tennis activity, which can be downloaded via the link below. The document includes a provisional grid for each of the four steps of the roadmap, and will continue to be updated as and when the LTA receive confirmation of further detail from Government and Sport England on the restrictions that will be in place for future steps of the roadmap.


Coronavirus (Covid-19) Updated: February 23, 2021 (09:00am)

Some positive tennis news to share at last! Yesterday the government published its roadmap for the gradual and staged easing of lockdown restrictions in England, made possible by the pace of the vaccination programme.

The announcement confirmed that:

Outdoor tennis courts will be able to open from 29 March. This will mean recreational tennis will be able to resume, including singles and doubles social play, 1:1 coaching and formally organised activity for groups (maximum group size and court ratios subject to confirmation)

Summary Grid – Permitted tennis activity from 29 March, 2021

The LTA has produced a simple summary grid outlining what the Government’s publication of the roadmap means for tennis activity from 29 March and setting out the key relevant aspects for tennis in terms of how the roadmap will progress under each step, which can be downloaded via the link below.—permitted-tennis-activity.pdf

The LTA have confirmed that this document will be updated as and when they receive confirmation of further detail from Government and Sport England.

In response to this news Bath Tennis Club will open the court booking system on Saturday March 6, at 08:00am, so set your alarms! This will also coincide with the adult and junior coaching programme being made available. Given the potential restrictions in numbers we recommend you book early. We will also release the dates and timings of our Easter Junior Tennis Camps around that time too.

Finally, whilst we are not back on court yet, it is worth checking your essential tennis equipment. Are your tennis shoes in good condition with plenty of grip? Does your racket have any signs of damage or cracks in the frame? Do your strings spring back into place when you move them about or do they creak and stay put? Does your grip need replacing? If you’re not sure, need advice or need a new racket, strings or grips then contact Andrew at the club, 07823 321 993.

As always, we are here to help you get the best out of your tennis time!


Coronavirus (Covid-19) Updated: January 04, 2021 (21:00PM)

New Nationwide Restrictions

Following the Prime Minister’s announcement on 4 January of new national lockdown restrictions to be introduced across England, the LTA have confirmed that regrettably all indoor and outdoor tennis facilities will need to close.

In support of the LTA assertions, we too believe tennis is a naturally socially distanced sport that is safe to play and gives people of all ages the opportunity to exercise with friends or relatives. We concur that Tennis is important for people’s physical and mental health and so we hope that we can get back on court as soon as possible.

Whilst the club will be closed to the public and its members, we will continue with our winter maintenance program, plan and prepare for the new 2021-22 membership year and ensure that the club will be in good shape to welcome you all back!

For now, keep safe and well.


Coronavirus (Covid-19) Updated: January 01, 2021 (21:00PM)

Bath is now in what we know as Tier 3, the tennis club will remain open per the following guidelines –

Until advised otherwise and to keep things simple, the clubhouse will remain closed except for the use of the toilets. The bar is closed. That said it will still be possible to purchase soft drinks and snacks to consume off the premises.

Clarity on Tier Guidance for tennis venues can be found by clicking on the link below—tennis-activity-by-tier.pdf?category=Playing_Tennis_COVID19_Guidance

Finally, do continue to look out for our pop-up winter activities, as we collectively navigate our way through the fluctuations in restrictions and tiers.

See you all very soon

Let us all stay safe, follow the guidelines, try to have fun and be sure to play tennis your way, in 2021!

Best wishes

Bath Tennis Club


Coronavirus (Covid-19) Updated: December 23, 2020 (21:00PM)

Whilst Bath remains in what we know as Tier 2, the tennis club will remain open per the following guidelines –

For the coming weeks and to keep things simple, the clubhouse will remain closed except for the use of the toilets. The bar will only operate under supervision, as we host pie and pint evenings post tennis, served on the decking. That said it will still be possible to purchase soft drinks and snacks.

Clarity on Tier Guidance for tennis venues can be found by clicking on the link below—tennis-activity-by-tier.pdf?category=Playing_Tennis_COVID19_Guidance

Finally, do continue to look out for our pop-up winter activities, as we collectively navigate our way through the fluctuations in restrictions and tiers.

See you all very soon

Seasons Greetings and festive wishes

Bath Tennis Club


Lockdown 2 – Coronavirus (Covid-19) Updated: December 01, 2020 (21:00PM)

We are delighted to say that the club is very much looking forward to greeting you all back from tomorrow onwards and we do ask that you continue to follow the guidance, as we all gently ease back onto the tennis courts!

Now on your return you will find that the club has –

  • achieved it’s LTA reaccreditation for 2020-21
  • treated and cleaned the astro courts
  • winter cleaned and algae treated all the hard courts
  • been busy on the far wall paint removal programme 90% completed, as per the landlord’s dilapidation requirements
  • had the outdoor social area cleaned and algae treatment completed
  • re-painted the toilet facilities and installed non-contact hand soap dispensers

Whilst the courts are looking in great condition be cautious that they can be slippery when wet, so please do ease yourself in gently; check your footwear before you venture back and make sure it’s in suitable condition for the harsher winter demands.

On Court Activities

In case you missed the last update, we have readied the court booking system so you can go ahead and book courts using the link below:

You can also book onto future organised coaching sessions and cardio tennis using the link below, both adult and junior:

We will be hosting junior winter tennis camps which you can book your child/children in, below –

 Social Activities

Clarity on Tier Guidance for tennis venues can be found by clicking on the link below –—tennis-activity-by-tier.pdf?category=Playing_Tennis_COVID19_Guidance

For the coming weeks and to keep things simple, the clubhouse will remain closed except for the use of the toilets. The bar will only operate under supervision, as we host pie and pint evenings post tennis, served on the decking. That said it will still be possible to purchase soft drinks and snacks.

Finally, do continue to look out for our pop-up winter activities, as we collectively navigate our way through the fluctuations in restrictions and tiers.

See you all very soon

Bath Tennis Club


Lockdown 2 – Coronavirus (Covid-19) Updated: November 24, 2020 (06:30AM)

Very promising news to share. Following the confirmation by the Prime Minister yesterday (23 November) that England will return to a three-tier system of regional restrictions once the current lockdown period ends on 2 December, the LTA is working with DCMS and Sport England on the full details of what means for tennis.

However, we can confirm that from Wednesday 2 December:

  • Outdoor tennis will be able to resume across all tiers

We have readied the court booking system so you can go ahead and book courts using the link below:

You can also book onto future organised caching sessions and cardio tennis using the link below, both adult and junior:

As soon as we have full confirmed guidance, we will publish an updated summary grid for tennis activity by tier that can take place after 2 December, together with updated full guidance documents for players, venues, coaches and officials.

This will then enable us to confirm if we can go ahead with our program of activities to include organised club play, singles ladder, winter league.

Bath TC Admin Team


Lockdown 2 – Coronavirus (Covid-19) Updated: November 4, 2020 (21:30PM)

We are saddened to report that the club is now closed in line with National restrictions, the nets are down until we are informed otherwise. Over the coming days we will be putting together our online Cardio Tennis workouts; Rich Little our Head Coach will set his weekly challenge for all our aspiring juniors and we hope that we can all get to meet at least once on zoom for a social quiz evening as well!

In the meantime, do stay safe and follow the guidelines as we continue to work at improving your club and the facilities over the coming weeks.

 Update from the LTA (

“The Government has announced new national restrictions for England between Thursday 5 November – Wednesday 2 December.

Despite the LTA and tennis community making a strong case to Government, we can confirm that the new restrictions mean that tennis activity in England is not permitted for the duration of the national lockdown, as a result of the closure of all outdoor and indoor facilities.  The only exceptions to this are for elite tennis players, and for tennis activity in schools, colleges and other educational establishments as part of education.

Whilst we are disappointed with the outcome, we must urge all involved with tennis in England to adhere to the decision that the Government has taken.

We know these restrictions will have a significant impact on the whole tennis community, and our focus now will switch to campaigning to ensure that as much grassroots tennis activity as possible can resume as soon as possible, including both indoor and outdoor tennis.”

Update from Scott Lloyd

Tennis at Home

“We have a dedicated online hub – Tennis at Home – where you can find a host of support and advice to keep active, healthy and entertained at home, before we can return to on-court play. From LTA Youth coaching and educational content to keep children and families busy, to fitness, physio and yoga programmes to support your physical and mental wellbeing whilst working from home.”

Keep up to date with all the latest information on coronavirus with our dedicated page covering updates for England, Scotland and Wales at



Lockdown 2 – Coronavirus (Covid-19) Updated: October 31, 2020 (21:30PM)

UPDATE: The Prime Minister has announced new national restrictions for England to be implemented from Thursday 5 November – Wednesday 2 December. The measures will have implications for recreational tennis activity – we will update our coronavirus guidance on this page once we have received confirmed details from the LTA who are currently lobbying the Government.

The message been shared with government is – given tennis is a socially distanced sport with the net acting as a natural barrier, the LTA are making the case to Government for outdoor tennis activity for two individuals from different households to continue, in line with Government restrictions on exercise that have been announced.

In the meantime, make the most of the court time this week:

We will keep you updated!


Coronavirus (Covid-19) Updated: May 31, 2020 (21:30PM)

Club Update: Guidance on Tennis – Return to Restricted Play

Tennis is certainly coming back to near normality at a lightning pace. For now, we can point you in the direction of the latest LTA update – LTA (@the_LTA) tweeted at 1:22 pm on Sun, May 31, 2020:

Singles & doubles with different households ✅

Group coaching for up to 6 people ✅

Updated guidance for playing tennis from the 1st June in England 👉

As a club we are planning to phase in the changes as follows:

All courts must still be booked in advance. You can arrive up to 10 minutes before your allotted hour and leave the court no more than 10 minutes after your allotted hour.

Doubles play, multiple households on court from Monday 1st June

All 6 courts will be available to book 7.30am – 9.00pm Monday to Sunday from Monday 1st June

Booking slots will increase to 1.5hours from Sunday 7th June

Organised coaching and cardio tennis activities will be available from Saturday 13th June (please refer to your coaches for guidance on this)

The club will continue to update it’s members with guidance around club play though for now, if a representative of each current group can get in contact with me I can extend court booking privileges to extend to multiple court bookings and advise that sessions are carefully co-ordinated with no empty courts and no turn up and play scenarios.

Food and refreshments may be purchased and consumed ‘outside the building’ as per LTA guidelines. For us that means the designated outdoor seating areas. Advance notification will be required to facilitate the sales and purchase of refreshments, so please contact Andrew on 07823 321 993.

For all other enquires then please do get back to us. We will update again in the week alongside our ‘Weekly Club Activity & News Briefing’.

In the meantime, help to maintain our outdoor recreational safe place, stay alert, follow the guidance and enjoy your tennis!


Coronavirus (Covid-19) Updated: May 13, 2020 (06:30PM)

Club Update: Guidance on Tennis – Return to Restricted Play

Please read through the guidance for accessing the club and using the courts. At present the club will only be open for members to book but they may bring along non-members to play with as per the guidelines. Guest fees will apply and the link is provided in the documents.
At no point should you turn up without a booking!
Looking forward to seeing you at the club sometime in the coming weeks!
Link to Explanatory Video
Link to guidance for accessing the club and using the courts


Coronavirus (Covid-19) Updated: May 11, 2020 (06:30AM)

Resumption of Tennis Activity

Further to the government’s Sunday night announcement, we would like to inform our community and members that tennis is set to resume at the club from this Thursday onwards. (We will be using Wednesday to trial our booking system).

As of this Monday morning, we have yet to receive the detailed LTA guidance for the resumption of tennis, though we can advise that play can take place between members of the same household.

Working within the framework of creating a safe space, with appropriate social distancing considerations set in place, we propose to open court 1,3,5 and 6. Initially courts will be available for those to play from the same household. We will be updating members with clear guidelines for booking courts by no later than Tuesday evening. Initially, we envisage that bookings will be restricted to one hour time slots with 30-minute gaps between each booking, so that there is no waiting around and resulting issues with maintaining safe and appropriate distancing, allowing all our members to find an opportunity to play.

Now, it is vitally important that all members adhere to this process, otherwise you will be selfishly jeopardising the ability for others to enjoy and participate in tennis. If you are unable to book a court on the day and time you ideally desire, we implore you not simply turn up at the club in hope that you can get a to play a game. Please refrain and book a future time slot and follow the guidelines. Remember our community is watching and we need to demonstrate our maturity in being able to follow the guidelines.

During the next 48 hours it is important for you to make sure that you are registered and setup ready to use the Clubspark booking system. The club will not be able to manage court bookings on your behalf. Please follow the link and use the email you registered with the tennis club. If you are having difficulty, please contact the office asap.

Going forward, we will continue to monitor the situation, update and advise our members, if and where we may have any changes and further relaxations in the guidelines. Ultimately we would like to see a more formal coaching and play program return to the club sometime in June.
In the meantime if you have any questions concerns or ideas please do get in contact with the club and speak directly with Andrew.

Look forward to welcoming you all back and seeing you on court in the coming weeks.

Stay alert, follow the rules and we can control the virus.



Coronavirus (Covid-19) Updated: March 23, 2020 (21:30PM)


The absolute priority of everyone in Britain needs to be protecting the health of the nation, with a requirement to adjust our behaviour to help slow the spread of the disease, prevent the NHS from being overwhelmed, and ultimately save lives. The way everyone can do this is by following the Government’s advice and staying at home.

Following the Prime Minister’s announcement on Monday evening (23 March), people will only be allowed to take part in one form of exercise per day like a walk, run or cycle alone.

UK Prime Minister

PM @BorisJohnson gives an important update on #coronavirus #StayHomeSaveLives

Full Government Guidance: New rules on staying at home and away from others

For now the club will be closed for the initial 3 week period as required and we will continue to provide you our valued members and community with regular updates. Stay safe. Thank you


Coronavirus (Covid-19) Updated: March 22, 2020 (21:00PM)

As the Department of Culture, Media and Sport has specifically advised that tennis is one of the best examples of social distancing in practice and can be encouraged we will continue as long as the guidance permits. We have in the past 72 hours, with the change in weather seen an uptick in court usage!

Under normal circumstances this is very pleasing, but we would like you to consider the necessity, impact and effect your travel to and from the venue and interaction at the venue is having. As the government continues to promote exercise, safe space and social distancing, please do take the time to consider the effect it may have on you and others around you.

To support club members and user decision making, the club has discontinued all official social club on and off court activities and is temporarily no longer promoting the weekly court activity schedule. All junior group activity is suspended until further notice as children are strongly advised not exercise in groups.  As adult members, courts are available to book online, but this option is no longer available to non-members.  In addition, individual coaches will contact members directly to discuss what services they may be offering and in what capacity given the guidelines set out by the government and the LTA.

To assist our coaches to continue coaching and permit member tennis activity, we have provided some practical suggestions to help you and the coaches operate in line with the Government’s advice:

Adapting sessions & play to accommodate the advice on social distancing –

  • Closure of all social spaces at a venue, including changing and toilet facilities
  • Use online booking for courts and sessions where at all possible (Now available to members only)
  • Activity should always be in line with the Government’s advised social distancing measures, (defined by Public Health England as spending no more than 15 minutes within a 2-metre distance of someone), including when arriving to and departing from a court
  • Players are advised not to change ends during play
  • For tennis balls, consider using new balls where possible, and consider using a small number of balls for a lesson so fresh balls can be used for each session; achieve this in a financially feasible way, coaches can consider using a small number of balls (1-2 cans) for a lesson so fresh balls can be used for each session
  • Adaptations to drills have been agreed and coaches will use of live ball drills over basket drills; furthermore, we recommended that only coaches touch the balls and players avoid touching the balls.
  • Alternatively, each player could have their own tennis ball(s) clearly marked with their own initials and ensure that they are the only person to touch that tennis ball with their hands. For other tennis balls, other methods could be used such as lifting with a foot and racket or scooping up from the ground with the racket
  • Coaches to avoid close proximity when giving feedback, or when players are resting
  • Ensure no physical contact between players during warm-ups or games
  • No extra-curricular or social activity should take place

 As many club members hold keys to the club’s facilities, please be respectful and mindful of the above message. Keep well, safe and continue to be supportive of the community we live in.


Coronavirus (Covid-19) Updated: March 20, 2020 (23:00PM)

The Club’s Message – At this very disruptive and unsettling time it is vital for you to look after your wellbeing. This is especially true if you find you cannot easily and readily access a safe recreational space for you and your family to exercise.  Bath Tennis Club has been in existence at Park Lane since 1880 and has clearly stood the test of time. 140 years on and the club faces a unique and complex situation, that of social distancing.

At its core tennis is a social recreational sport which can be accessible to all and be played both socially and competitively, regardless of background or ability. It is cross generational and fun! You can participate whilst maintaining the safe space guidelines, actively enjoying the benefits of an outdoor exercise, boosting both your mental and physical well-being during this unprecedented time. Importantly, this can be achieved whist paying reference to the social distancing guidelines –

In response to the situation we are actively working on establishing opportunities for members, guests and the general public alike to participate in recreational activity without the splendour of the social get together that may occur at the end of a duelling game of tennis!

As a club we are operating a daily cleansing routine ensuring that all contactable surfaces (other than the tennis courts!) are cleaned. We encourage you to purchase your own balls and use them each time you attend.

The coaching programmes are now designed in such a way that the participants do not touch any equipment, balls other than their own racket, towel and drinks bottle. The coaches will promote the positive hygiene advice and limit the number of participants to enable a safe 2-meter distance whilst training, playing or being coached.

Bath Tennis Club as an Outdoor Venue – Crucially at this point all group junior coaching is suspended, though the coaches are running sessions on a 1:1 or 1:2 ratio of coach to pupil at a cost of £25/£30. Additionally, juniors are welcome to hit with their parents as non-tennis playing parents, who can subsequently join the club at a cost of £46 for the year, if they would like to do this. Adult sessions will run on the safe distance measures per court and at a cost of between £10 and £12 per hour, if you feel you need to exercise. Individual HIIT tennis sessions will also be available at a cost of £12.50 per 30 minutes 1:1, £15 1:2, with a block of 10 sessions available for £100/£125. Adult individual coaching will also be available with preventative measure in place.

Whatever your needs please speak to the team on 07823 321 993 or email, we are here to help!

Please be aware there are now full restrictions on the use of the clubhouse for any purpose! (Please use the toilet before you leave home!)

Bath Tennis Club Membership Renewal –Whilst we very much depend on our member community to support us at this time, we appreciate this may not be possible for all our existing members, especially as we reach the critical time of membership renewal. We cherish your commitment to keeping your club thriving. To that extent we’d like you to consider the value of tennis to you and where applicable your family, over the course of the next 12 months, (starting May 1st) and commit to supporting us so we can thrive into the future! Remember you are the vital ingredients that make the club what it is!

In return and in response to the Coronavirus situation, we will commit to offering all full members who join by the 5th April, a dozen (3 tubes) of Babolat tennis balls; 2 tubes to all off peak and 1 tube to all juniors. We hope this goes some way to actively limiting the use of old and mass used balls that may be in circulation.

Membership forms are available by clicking on the link provided:

You can either pay by card, leave your completed payment and form at the club for collection, or alternatively you can pay by Bank transfer to – Bath Tennis Club (Sort Code 56 00 34) (Account 6066 3405). Please confirm by text once payment has been made, thank you.

Now, as well as the tennis ball give away, all members who renew their subs by 5th April will be entered in a draw to win several prizes including 2*£50 PDH sports gift vouchers a free racket restring, 5 free cardio tennis sessions and two free coaching sessions. And if that wasn’t enough, one lucky winner will win a voucher covering the entire cost of their 2021-22 membership fees.

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Coronavirus (Covid-19) Updated: March 19, 2020 (21:00PM)

Tennis in Britain

The latest Government & LTA guidance and information regarding the coronavirus can be found via the following links:—latest-advice/

Suspension of LTA activity

The Government’s statement on Monday (16 March) in relation to Covid-19 said now is the time for everyone to stop non-essential contact with others and to stop all unnecessary travel.  The statement included guidance that:

  • Anyone who lives with someone who has a cough or a temperature should stay at home for 14 days
  • People should start working from home where they possibly can
  • Avoid pubs, clubs, theatres and other such social venues
  • Only use the NHS when we really need to

In light of this statement, the LTA implemented an immediate suspension of activity it delivers, with this suspension now in place for the foreseeable future. This includes all LTA organised training sessions, training courses and competitions.  As a result all LTA staged and LTA approved competitions (grade 1 to 6) up to 20 April 2020 have been cancelled, with a decision on cancelling future competitions beyond that date being made on a rolling two week basis.

Given the nature of activities the LTA delivers, including the requirement for significant travel and close contact, we feel this is the most socially responsible and appropriate action for us to take at this stage, and ask for the understanding and support of all those impacted by this decision.

As it stands, the LTA’s major grass court events beyond 8 June have not been cancelled. The Surbiton Trophy has however now been cancelled – please click here for further information.

Tennis in Britain

We are working closely with both the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) and Sport England to help to fully assess the implications this latest advice has for tennis in Britain over the coming weeks.

All those involved in tennis in Britain, including tennis venues and coaches, are advised to follow Government advice, referring to the latest information and the guidance issued. For the latest coronavirus advice for coaches click here, for the latest coronavirus advice for venues click here.

While the LTA has suspended its organised activity, the Government have currently indicated that recreational exercise that takes place at a safe distance from others and in safe exercise environments is something that can continue during this period.

The Department of Culture, Media and Sport has specifically advised us that tennis is in fact one of the best examples of social distancing in practice, and so should be encouraged as long as the guidance permits. Tennis is also specifically identified as currently being a sport that is ok to play in this BBC news article.

Guidance with regard to advised social distancing measures (defined by Public Health England as spending no more than 15 minutes and not within a 2-metre distance talking to someone) is provided on the Government website:

Preventing the spread of COVID-19

As with any other illness, all those involved in tennis in Britain are encouraged to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 and avoid catching it by following Public Health England and NHS guidance.

Information on how to do this is provided on the NHS.UK website, with additional information available on the Public Health England blog.

Anyone who has been advised to self-isolate as a result of developing symptoms and/or recent international travel to destinations specified by the Government, should clearly not therefore take part in tennis activities for the duration of the self-isolation period. For further information see the website and the NHS.UK website.

As a club providing community leisure activities, the Government has advised that hand hygiene should be strongly promoted and encouraged. We have upscaled the cleaning of our clubhouse facilities which now takes place daily.

We as a club, in turn also advise:


  • wash your hands with soap and water often – do this for at least 20 seconds
  • always wash your hands when you get home or into work
  • use hand sanitiser gel if soap and water are not available
  • cover your mouth and nose with a tissue or your sleeve (not your hands) when you cough or sneeze
  • put used tissues in the bin straight away and wash your hands afterwards
  • try to avoid close contact with people who are unwell
  • consider wearing sports gloves whilst playing and then wash immediately afterwards
  • refrain from physical contact during greetings, active celebrations and play
  • follow the guidance on social distancing* (


  • attend the club if you, your children or members of your home are displaying any symptoms and self-isolate as per the government recommendations
  • touch your eyes, nose or mouth if your hands are not clean
  • put tissues or handkerchiefs in your pocket along with the tennis balls
  • drink from the mugs and glasses in the kitchen, but rather the paper cups provided – dispose immediately after use
  • don’t bring or eat food at the club

Additionally, we recommend that you consider and follow the guidance outlined below:

 * What is social distancing?

Social distancing measures are steps you can take to reduce the social interaction between people. This will help reduce the transmission of coronavirus (COVID-19). This can be achieved whilst also exercising at your tennis facility.

The measures are:

  • Avoid contact with someone who is displaying symptoms of coronavirus (COVID-19). These symptoms include high temperature and/or new and continuous cough;
  • Avoid non-essential use of public transport, varying your travel times to avoid rush hour, when possible; Work from home, where possible. Your employer should support you to do this. Please refer to employer guidance for more information;
  • Avoid large gatherings, and gatherings in smaller public spaces such as pubs, cinemas, restaurants, theatres, bars, clubs
  • Avoid gatherings with friends and family. Keep in touch using remote technology such as phone, internet, and social media.
  • Use telephone or online services to contact your GP or other essential services.

Everyone should be trying to follow these measures as much as is pragmatic.

The Vulnerable

For those who are over 70, have an underlying health condition or are pregnant, we strongly advise you to follow the above measures as much as you can, and to significantly limit your face-to-face interaction with friends and family if possible. This also extends to when considering playing tennis and the time which you wish to do so. This advice is likely to be in place for some weeks.

What should you do if you develop symptoms of coronavirus (COVID-19)

The same guidance applies to the general population and those at increased risk of severe illness form coronavirus (COVID-19). If you develop symptoms of COVID-19 (high temperature and/or new and continuous cough), self-isolate at home for 7 days.