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An Update from USTA SC on COVID-19

Dear USTA South Carolina family,

Beginning June 1, USTA tennis play can begin as facilities and program providers can accommodate. 

Coronavirus has affected the world, our country, our state, and our local communities in different ways. Each area of our state is unique in their levels of comfort regarding tennis play.

The suspension of USTA Sanctioned products and events listed below will be at the discretion of our local program providers and facilities. Please check with your local USTA SC program provider for updates regarding play.

• Adult and Junior Tournaments
• USTA Adult Leagues
• USTA Junior Team Tennis
• USTA Social Leagues
• Team Challenges
• Team Tournaments
• USTA School Programs
• Tennis on Campus
• Wheelchair Tennis

The determination has been made to cancel all USTA SC championships, including USTA SC League State Championships, USTA SC Junior Team Tennis State Championships and Tennis on Campus State Championships.

USTA South Carolina will continue to monitor this evolving situation. We care deeply about our tennis community, your health and well-being. The USTA highly recommends that all players and facilities adhere to the “Playing Tennis Safely” guidelines, as well as all local health and safety regulations when returning to play. 

If you have any questions about the cancellation of our championships, please email events@sctennis.com.
To access the Safe Play Guidelines, and to monitor updates from USTA South Carolina, visit: http://www.southcarolina.usta.com/news/covid-19_updates/.

To monitor updates from USTA National, visit: https://www.usta.com/en/home/usta-covid-19-updates.html.

If you have any questions, you may reach out to your local program provider, or any of the staff at USTA SC. We are here to assist the South Carolina tennis community.

James McKissick, President, USTA South Carolina 
Jennifer Gregg, Executive Director, USTA South Carolina