A Message From Cesar Andrade, Director of Operations

Welcome Back!

TIA Outdoor Season: May 25 – September 20


In preparation for our opening, TIA has created the following guidelines and policies to ensure the safety of all our players.


Do not come to the club if you are exhibiting any symptoms of COVID-19.

Infrared temperature checks administered to TIA staff and coaches upon arrival to TIA.

Players should arrive no more than 10 minutes prior to their scheduled lesson.

Upon arrival, please check in at our outdoor front desk and they will direct you to your assigned court through our “no touch” pathways.

Court access is to be strictly done through three (3) different, entry and exit “no touch” pathways.

Your coach will be waiting for you on your assigned court.

Players and coaches must maintain six feet of physical distance while on the court.

For both court-time and lessons, players are asked to enter their assigned court after the other players have vacated.

Coaches are assigned a sanitized ball hopper at the beginning of their day. Only the coach can use the hopper to pick-up balls during the lesson. Players are        instructed to use their racquets or foot to kick the balls to the net.

TIA administrative staff will wear a face mask during their shifts.

Singles play, semi-private and private lessons only until further notice.

Limited access to restrooms (only 1 player allowed in the clubhouse). You must request to use the bathroom at the front desk to confirm the restroom is available. Entry to bathroom is through the front door entrance only; revolving doors will remain locked until further notice.

Apart from access to the restrooms, coffee machines and vending machines, the lobby and seating area in the facility will be unavailable until further notice.

The pro shop is open for restringing services only and you may drop off/pick up your racquet(s) at our outdoor front desk.

There are no communal water coolers on the court, so plan accordingly.

24-hour cancelation policy is in place as always.

Every court section will have “no touch” hand sanitizer stands available.

Essential staff, including facility manager and maintenance teams, will be on-site to make sure that the club remains safe and actively maintained throughout the day.

Please do not leave any equipment, towels, or clothing apparel on the court as it will be thrown away.

We also ask that you please limit your social time at the club until further notice. Congregating at our facility is not permitted at this time.

We look forward to seeing you on the courts and slowly moving to our next phase.

TIA Management


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