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Intermountain

Intermountain COVID-19 Updates

We at the USTA Intermountain are thinking of our tennis communities daily. We are here for you, and your health and safety is important to us during these times. Our staff is working remotely—they’re safe and healthy and in collaboration on a nearly daily basis to strategize how we can support our tennis community and our tennis partners when we’re able to get back on the courts. 

 

We know that tennis and sport in general will look very different. We’re committed to being sensitive to the needs of our community while continuing to ensure that we offer opportunities for play. The play opportunities will look different than in the past—but our main goal is to get people back on the courts, get facilities up and operational, and integrate sport back into our lives. 

 

It will be a slow process, but we are all in this together. Please stay healthy, stay home, stay active with your family, and continue to share your tennis stories with us!

 

Click here for the most recent statement from the USTA.

 

USTA Intermountain cancels its 2020 Sectional Championships - April 24, 2020

 

Due to the continued situation surrounding the COVID-19 virus, the Intermountain Section has made the difficult decision to cancel its 2020 Sectional Championships. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. The health and safety of our players and volunteers is our top priority and of the utmost importance.

 

Currently, the USTA has extended the suspension of USTA sanctioned products and events through May 31, 2020, which includes USTA Leagues. Additionally, the USTA has canceled the 2020 USTA League National Championships.

 

Recognizing the evolving and fast-changing nature of this situation, the USTA will continue to monitor and assess conditions to make future determinations about events and activities taking place after May 31. USTA Intermountain remains hopeful that we can go forward with our local league play once the suspension has been lifted.   

 

For additional information concerning the 2020 Sectional Championships, click HERE.

 

Information by state: 

Each of our Districts/states has its own policy. Click the state to learn more: 

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