Get Out and Play Texas

As we return to the courts, here are some updates, resources and recommendations to help keep you safe. USTA Texas continues to monitor the Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation and evaluate all possibilities for return to statewide tournament play as quickly and as safely as possible and will communicate all official updates to this page.

Playing Tennis Safely

The safety and well-being of all players and event personnel remains the first and foremost consideration of the USTA. In all cases, 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.

Past COVID-19 Updates


Return to Play Recommendations
These are the USTA's current play recommendations during COVID-19. Please click to enlarge.
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