Welcome to Tennis Seniors South Australia

Introduction

Tennis Seniors South Australia (TSSA) is the state administrator for Tennis Seniors 30+ in collaboration with four Regional/Country Tennis Seniors associations.

Our shared primary aim is to promote Tennis 30+ participation in South Australia through providing a range of activities.

Activities conducted at TSSA's South Park Centre include: weekly  Social Play/Open Court  Sessions; running TSSA Weekly Competitions (Men’s Doubles, Women’s Doubles & Mixed Doubles); and offering opportunities to play in Tournaments /Carnivals & Events conducted by TSSA, or supported by TSSA.

Membership 

Current financial members receive annual renewal notices.

NEW, and current members who have changed personal details or are returning to the club after a break of membership, need to complete a TSSA Membership Application or TSSA Membership Renewal form and forward to our TSSA Membership Officer (details on the forms). 

Match Results & Ladders

You can view match results via your Personal Dashboard that will be set up for you upon Registering in Tennis Australia's  MATCH CENTRE

Once you are registered you will only need to Log In each time via the Match Centre webpage.

Managing Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Our practices continue to be guided by S.A. Government COVID-19 Public Activities Directions, Tennis SA's Community Tennis Guidelines, and our COVID-SAFE PLAN.

Reflective of these are the key messages that we have been, and continue to communicate:

  • if you are feeling ill in any way stay at home
  • upon entering our centre use the mySA GOV app on your phone  and our QR code (displayed near the western entrance to our centre and at several other locations under the covered terrace area and near the main entrances to the clubroom) to undertake the SA Government's prescribed COVID SAfe Check-In
  • if you do not have a smartphone then you are required to place your name, phone number and time that you entered the centre on the check-in list for that particular session
  • at all times observe the density requirement of one person/square metre and physical distancing principle of 1.5 metres distance from all others both on and off the court
  • engage in good hygiene practices that include greeting and acknowledging through clicking of racquets and using the hand sanitisers provided at the complex
  • Please note for those involved in Social Play Sessions that the check-in using your smartphone or on the list provided for that session, is in addition to the normal sign-in processes that we require for Social Play Sessions

We ask all members to observe the above conditions at all times, so that there is no need for ‘marshalling!’

Officials from both the Government and Tennis SA continue to  carry out regular checks on venues to ensure the rules are being followed. Heavy financial penalties as well as withdrawal of permission to hold these activities can result if organisations are found to be non-compliant.

Any members who do not observe the above conditions at the South Park Centre at any time will be required to leave the centre.

We will continue to keep you updated

TSSA Secretary on behalf of  TSSA Committee

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How to find us

Tennis Seniors South Australia
opposite 118 Greenhill Rd.
(in the parklands co-located with the Adelaide Hockey Club)
UNLEY
South Australia
5061

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