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Hello Members!

All courts are now open! We are very fortunate to be able to play a sport we all love during these uncertain times, but we must do so safely... 

Please read up on Tennis NB's procedures of how we can engage in tennis safely:

Membership & Junior Tennis Applications

We would love to have you and potentially your whole family join the club this summer. Tennis is a growing sport in Canada and at our club. To join just download the membership form or our junior membership application, fill the application out and send along to rothesaytennisclub@gmail.com

When finished this please e-transfer appropriate funds to rothesaytennisclub@gmail.com.  Please use the password: Tennis2020.

Sending in your form by mail or money by cheque is also available, please send to our address:  Rothesay Tennis Club, 4 Tennis Court Road, Rothesay, NB, Canada E2E 5W4.  

COVID-19 Update — May 22, 2020

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Playing Tennis Safely — PHASE 3-A

  • Singles can be played with anyone as long as all safety practices are used.
  • Doubles can be played with anyone as long as all safety practices are used.
  • Small tournaments with modified rules.
  • Outdoor group lessons allowed with a maximum of 6 per court or 8 children on 4 mini courts using physical distancing.
  • Singles/Doubles organized play, leagues, ladders, etc. adhering to gathering guidelines and physical distancing as needed.


  • DO NOT touch surfaces that are not your own or that others could have touched, ie. balls, equipment, gates, etc.
  • Wash your hands before and after play. 
  • ALWAYS practice social distancing by keeping 2 meters apart from other players to ensure you are in a safe exercise environment.


CLUB HOUSE NOW OPEN... 4 people maximum in the club house at one time. 


COURTS CAN NOW BE SWEPT BY MEMBERS... please make sure to use the Clorox wipes provided to sanitize before and after. This is not mandatory, staff will still be there to do this. 

COVID-19 PHASE 3-A

This is our summary of the document put out by Tennis NB and Public Health, please read the full document put out by Tennis NB on how to play tennis safely during this time:

http://newbrunswick.tenniscanada.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/UpdatedMay22EditedPHASED-IN-APPROACH-TO-RETURN-TO-PLAY-FINAL-Version-1.pdf