Dear TIA families and friends:
As you know, we’ve been spending this time preparing our facility for your return. The good news is, according to our government officials, we are looking at a return date in late May or early June as part of the phased re-opening of our sport. To safeguard our tennis community at large, this initial phased rollout is adhering strictly to singles play and private coaching. Please scroll down to view our detailed
PHASE 1 HIGHLIGHTS and FACILITY IMPROVEMENTS AND ADJUSTMENTS
Though we are all eager to get back to work and play, we understand the importance of protecting our tennis community and creating an environment that will sustain our return to routines and activities. Our plan to re-open will follow governmental guidance, is based on the recommendations of the USTA, and will provide: 1) safety for all, 2) recreational activities and exercise for our community, 3) tennis development, and 4) healthy jobs for our coaches and staff.
The first phase of re-opening will focus on court time for singles play and private coaching with no more than 2 players, while observing specific safety guidelines to maintain a safe haven of tennis enjoyment. Our goal is to make the tennis experience seamless for all, to provide immediate tennis opportunities, and keep our coaches busy and working on what they do best!
- View Phase I & Facility Improvements
- We expect PHASE I to last 3-4 weeks and hope to resume group lessons, doubles play, and normal lesson offerings as soon as possible while staying in line with government guidelines.
Cesar Andrade, Director of Operations
Tennis Innovators Academy