Our courts are open for members, but in order to play you must comply with both LTA and Kings Sutton Tennis Club guidance.

Current Guidance

This page contains guidance from the government, LTA and Kings Sutton Tennis Club (KSTC) on playing tennis during while Covid-19 restrictions remain in place.

Latest Update

Following the phased relaxation of lockdown restrictions earlier this year, the club has been open for members subject to a number of restrictions. Details of the national advice can be found on the LTA website.

See our latest update video from club chairman, Jerry Wright, on the club activity over winter 2021/22.


KSTC Guidance

In addition to those necessitated by the government and LTA, the KSTC committee have put the following measures in place to further aid social distancing and minimise surface contact:

  1. Use of the KSTC courts is strictly for members. If you are interested in becoming a member please view our Membership page.
  2. A member cannot book a court to play with a non-member(s) / guest(s).
  3. The courts will remain locked as usual when not in use and only members will have the court padlock code. Please lock the courts and the car park gate if you are the last person to leave.
  4. The clubhouse can be used in accordance with the guidance posted on the door.
  5. Our First Aid kit is kept in a container inside the club house.
  6. Hand sanitiser is attached to the net posts on each court. Please use it after touching any gates or locks and before and at the end of each session / match.
  7. Courts must be booked using KSTC’s online court booking system. Members cannot use the courts unless they have made a prior online booking.
  8. Only over 18's can make a court booking. Parents/guardians must make bookings on behalf of players aged under 18.
  9. Any players who feel unwell before or during a court booking with any COVID-19 related symptoms should not play, or continue playing, and should let their playing partner(s) and our club chairman, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., know.