BRTA Update: Safe return to competition

BRTA is delighted with the recent news that Association based Interclub competition can recommence subject a Covid safe plan and environment. It is every clubs responsibility to ensure that they have a maintained Covid Safe plan that reflects the requirements as detailed in the Tennis Victoria toolkit that is available here: At Association matches it is both teams responsibility to...
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BRTA News Update: Returning to Tennis safely

BRTA welcomes the easing of Melbourne’s Covid-19 restriction to allow tennis to recommence in a managed environment. We will restart interclub competition as soon as restrictions are eased to allow us to do so safely. To recommence we will require: The 25km rule to be further eased or removed Clubs need to be able to use all available courts Doubles will...
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BRTA and MDJTA Introduce the Tennis Webinar Series

The combined Bayside Regional Tennis Association and Moorabbin & Districts Junior Tennis Association are producing a series of webinars to keep our players engaged in the game of tennis and their clubs during Melbourne’s 4.0 Lockdown. We understand that nothing will ever replace playing a real game of tennis.  We have no idea when we will be able to offer...
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AJL 2020 Team Lists

Due to the Government’s COVID-19 announcement, we advise that the AJL competition will need to be modified. The six week lockdown period extends past the intended first round of the competition which was scheduled for Sunday, 16 August. Tennis Victoria will endeavour to schedule a ten-week season (five weeks for 18 & Under) should circumstances permit. We will continue to...
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July 9, 2020 Update: Tennis Victoria guidelines

This is the latest update from Tennis Victoria: The Victorian Premier has announced new restrictions and a Stay at Home Directive for 6 weeks for Metropolitan Melbourne from 11.59pm 8 July.  During this time, tennis has been identified as an activity which can continue, with restrictions.   Our recommendations below are based on the available DHHS guidance.  We expect Sport and...
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AJL Nominations Update

We are thrilled to advise that we have had over 80 nominations to play in the Associations Junior League this year. The competition starts in mid-August and runs through until the end of November pitting the combined Bayside/Moorabbin teams against the best players in Metropolitan Melbourne and both the Barwon and Mornington Peninsulas. Sixteen teams will represent Bayside Moorabbin made...
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7 June 2020: Latest Tennis Victoria Guidelines

Tennis Victoria has provided the following with regard to returning to competition play. The principles that underlie the direction of Tennis Victoria on Return to Play Tennis Victoria is the state governing body and must adhere to the Victorian State Government directives.  The TV team liaise with Sport & Recreation Victoria and the DHHS daily to receive updates on their...
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AJL 2020: Nominations Now Open

With the Covid-19 lockdown, all junior BRTA and MDJTA players will have been ‘chomping at the bit’ to get back to competitive tennis. Both Associations are planning to resume normal local competition in line with regular season dates as soon as government and sports authorities determine it is safe to do so. Tennis Victoria has advised Associations to prepare for...
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20th May 2020: BRTA’s Competition Update

The Bayside Regional Tennis Association wishes to advise all players that the current Junior Saturday and Sunday Morning Competitions and the Ladies Mid-week seasons (Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday) have now been abandoned. We do not take this decision lightly and regret not being able to complete the current seasons and return to competition play.  We are advising this now so...
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15th May 2020: Covid-19 Update

By now you will all be aware that the Federal, State and Local Governments have started easing some of the restrictions that have limited access to tennis facilities.  You can find the latest Tennis Victoria update here: BRTA features clubs located in many different municipalities and each local council has varying conditions on clubs reopening. We welcome the return to...
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