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USTA FAQs regarding Coronavirus and COVID-19

Updated March 23, 2020: 

 

USTA Frequently Asked Questions 

 

What’s the USTA’s stance on the COVID-19 situation? 
 

You may find the USTA’s official statement on the suspension of events and updated info here.

 

Is my event canceled? 

 

Due to heightened concerns surrounding the COVID-19 virus, effective immediately the USTA will suspend all USTA sanctioned products and events through May 3. This includes: Adult and Junior Tournaments, USTA League, Junior Team Tennis, Team Challenge, Team Tournaments, USTA Schools programs, Tennis on Campus and Wheelchair events. 

 

All Category 1 and Super Category 2 National Adult Tournaments with an ITF status, all ITF Junior events and all USTA Pro Circuit and professional events will align with the same calendar as the ITF, ATP and WTA, and be suspended through June 7.

 

Will my canceled/suspended/postponed event be rescheduled? 

 

The USTA’s goal will be to reschedule events where possible following the suspension period. 

 

What about events coming up in the future (May, June, July, etc.)? 

 

The USTA recognizes the evolving and fast-changing nature of this situation and will continue to monitor and assess conditions to make future determinations about events and activities taking place after May 3. 

 

Will the USTA be refunding league fees or giving members money back on their paid memberships?

 

We are currently developing our refund policy and will post that policy once it is finalized.

 

Is it safe to still play non-USTA sanctioned matches?

 

In all instances, we encourage people to monitor the status of events with the local organizer and all local health authorities.

 

How will this affect my Sectional points? 

 

Please contact your local USTA Section for information regarding the decision on Sectional points.

 

Should players follow the Section’s messaging or the messaging of USTA National if those messages differ?

 

Due to the varied conditions in different areas of the country, please check with your local Section for specific messaging and direction.

 

How does this affect NJTLs?

 

All NJTLs will be following all local health directives and protocols. 

 

What’s happening with college tennis, or the USTA Top 25 rankings?

 

You will find more information related to the 2020 college tennis season here.

 

How will this affect the college recruiting process?

 

You will find helpful information and links regarding college recruiting here.

 

My facility is still hosting matches/play/programming, any tips or recommendations on how to proceed during the COVID-19 outbreak to stay safe?

 

We will be posting regular updates to keep you informed here.

 

Will the 2020 US Open be affected by the COVID-19 outbreak? 

 

At the moment we are not implementing any operational changes to the 2020 US Open, and plans for the event are ongoing.  However, the USTA recognizes that this is a very fluid and rapidly changing situation, and we are therefore carefully monitoring CDC and governmental updates, as well as conducting regular briefings with medical and security experts.

 

The health and safety of all those who attend, work and compete at the US Open will be at the forefront of any future decisions regarding the US Open.

 

Are the USTA National Campus or USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center open? 

 

Both the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing Meadows, N.Y., and the USTA National Campus, in the Lake Nona area of Orlando, Fla., will remain closed for play and instructional opportunities through May 3. Any patron who wishes to cancel participation in a scheduled activity should contact the specific location for refund information. Additionally, the fitness facilities, showers and food service at both facilities will be closed.

 

These policies will be in effect pending additional guidance and direction from each local governmental agency and the CDC. These—and all—policies will be constantly reviewed and may be revised based on local concerns. Any changes to facility operations will be posted on the website.

 

Can I get a refund for my NTC or National Campus programming or court booking? 

 

Anyone who wishes to cancel participation in a scheduled activity should contact the specific location for refund information.  Please visit the USTA National Campus website here or the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center website here for more information on contacting the facility for a refund. 

 

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