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The official rules surrounding court etiquette and good sportsmanship are what makes sure the game of tennis is enjoyed by both players and spectators. Recreational Tennis at the club level is a social game requiring basic consideration and politeness for your opponent and others. All members and guests must follow our rules and etiquette when visiting our club.
Please follow TPTC's dress code and court etiquette guidelines:
1.) PLAYERS MUST WEAR NON MARKING TENNIS SHOES
 
2.) PLAYERS MUST WEAR PROPER TENNIS ATTIRE
Recognized tennis clothing must be worn when playing. No jeans, bare chests, bike shorts, leggings, tank tops or cut-offs are allowed on the courts.
3.) PLAYERS MUST SEE COURT SUPERVISOR TO BOOK A TENNIS COURT
Court time is booked for One (1) hour. Please see the supervisor on duty for guidance to book a tennis court. 
4.) NO SPECTATORS ON THE COURT
Up to 4 playing members or paid guests are allowed on the court at one time.
5.) NO PLAYING ON WET COURTS
It is at the discretion of our supervisors when play needs to be suspended due to weather.
6.) ALL MEMBERS MUST ADHERE BY THE BYLAWS AND CONSTITUTION
 
 Etiquette
Courtesy is expected of each member and non-member, at the club and when representing the club at another club. On the court, this includes:
  1. Loud, abusive, or profane language and abuse of a racquet or a ball, are not permitted.
  2. Smoking, canned beverages, and food are prohibited on the courts.
  3. No more than 3 balls are allowed on a court at a time, except for courts 5 and 6 when being used for clinics or by a Club tennis professional.
  4. To cross behind a court, wait for a stoppage in play on that court.
  5. To secure your ball from another court, wait for a stoppage in play on that court to retrieve or to request it.

For more information on Tennis Court Rules and Regulations please see below:

Ontario Tennis Association - Rules of the Court

Rules of the Court 2016 - Tennis Canada