Tennis Scotland Coronavirus Update

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Scotland's roadmap out of lockdown

The First Minster announced in February a roadmap out of lockdown for Scotland, with a subsequent outline provided of a provisional timetable for the easing of restrictions and a strategic framework for this, setting out how and when the Scottish Government plan to lift the current coronavirus restrictions over the coming weeks and months.

Updated Summary Grid & Full Guidance Document (15 July)

Tennis Scotland and the LTA have updated the summary grid (version 14) of permitted tennis activity by levels of protections to reflect new guidance from the Scottish Government for Level 0To accompany the summary grid, we have also updated the full Tennis Scotland/LTA guidance document for tennis venues, coaches and players in Scotland (version 10.2).

All of Scotland will move to Level 0 on 19 July 2021, with a provisional date to move out of protection levels (‘Beyond Level 0’) from 9 August 2021. The Scottish Government are currently reviewing the baseline measures which are to be retained to mitigate ongoing risks of transmission ‘Beyond Level 0’.  Additional guidance for sport and physical activity covering ‘Beyond Level 0’ will be provided when this information is available

The grid outlines what tennis activity is currently permitted in Scotland. Tennis venues, coaches, officials and players should therefore be aware that the details provided in this grid may change at short notice.

You can view and download the latest summary grid and full guidance document via the links below:

You can check which areas are at which protection level on the Scottish Government website, together with details of the general restrictions for each level:

Those involved in professional sports remain exempt for training and coaching, in line with strict COVID-secure protocols.


Staff are working remotely and can be contacted as per below details. Any specific enquiries relating to Coronavirus can be directed to the LTA team on 0208 487 7000 or via email to

However if you are seeking further information and advice on specific please see below the appropriate contacts

Common symptoms of Coronavirus include:

  • High temperature or fever
  • Cough
  • Shortness of breath
  • Loss or change to your sense of smell or taste

If you think you or someone you know is showing symptoms of Coronavirus you should consult the NHS Scotland Inform page, where there are additional resources and guides to lead you through the process with a diagnosis guide and a full list of FAQ’s. Additionally, you can visit the Scottish Governments dedicated page on Coronavirus.

Please see below summary of links for information: