Following the release of the Queensland Government’s roadmap to easing COVID-19 restrictions on May 8, Tennis Queensland has outlined a structured approach to the game’s cautious return across our state.

TQ’s Return to Play Roadmap which can be downloaded below offers a clear outline for how play can return, detailing what measures need to be implemented at each stage of restriction as determined by the state government. For ease of implementation, it also links to the appropriate Level of COVID-19 Community Play Guidelines created by Tennis Australia so you can clearly see what is recommended when it comes to play at each stage.

Also below are the QLD Government and AIS recommendations which have guided TQ’s recovery stages.


Return to Play Roadmap
Tennis Queensland's Return to Play Roadmap offers a clear outline for how play can return in Queensland, detailing what measures need to be implemented at each stage of restriction as determined by the state government.
Stage 3 Fact Sheet
Moving to Stage 3, the Industry COVID Safe Plans remain largely unchanged, however Stage 3 Principles for Outdoor Sport have been adopted and included in the plans. Read more about the changes here and refer to the TQ Return to Play Roadmap for more detail.
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QLD Government Roadmap
On Friday 8 May, the Queensland Government released its Roadmap to Easing COVID-19 restrictions. The roadmap outlines a staged approach to giving Queenslanders more freedom to travel, participate in more activities and hold more gatherings. It has guided TQ's creation of the Recovery Stages dashboard.
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AIS Framework for Rebooting Sport
The AIS 'Framework for Rebooting Sport in a COVID-19 Environment' provides a guide for the reintroduction of sport and recreation in Australia, including high performance sport. The AIS Framework incorporates consideration of the differences between contact and non-contact sport and indoor and outdoor activity.
Return To Tennis Guidelines Snapshot
In addition to the formal Community Play Guidelines for Continued Play, you can find a summary below in accordance with the Public Health Order and QLD Government announcements.
Coaching Scenarios
A handy resource of layouts and diagrams to help you apply a 10-people-per-court model to your coaching program.
Tennis Australia Competition & Tournament Guidelines
These guidelines outline modified formats of competition that can be held internally, inter-club and within zones depending on which stage of restriction the state is facing. It also guides clubs on best health practices to ensure a safe environment. Please apply this alongside the correct Stage of the Return to Play Roadmap.
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