Rackets at the ready
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Rackets at the ready! Squash courts are back in action tomorrow after
the Government gave the green light to reopen indoor leisure facilities.
Like before, the three-tier system remains in place, but the good news
is you can now play
Sides in your
squash bubble in Tier 2 which you
weren’t allowed to do before.
what can we play?
Below is a snapshot of permitted activity depending on where your
club/venue is based:
Solo practice, full match play with same household, modified
full-court squash in squash bubbles, Sides, Socially Distanced
Practices, one-to-one coaching, group coaching.
Solo practice, full match play with same household, Sides and
Socially Distanced Practices in squash bubbles, one-to-one coaching.
Solo practice, full match play with same household.
In addition to the above, juniors are allowed to take part in
coach-led/supervised activity in all tiers.
Please note, guidance around one-to-one coaching in Tier 3 will be
published tomorrow and circulated to all coaches.
For the full breakdown on permitted activity, visit our
Back to Squash hub.
Clubs and venues have been working hard to interpret both the Government
and our new return
to play guidelines to assess what activity they can safely
deliver in their respective tiers based on their own circumstances.
Get in touch with your club/venue
directly to find out when they will reopen, what type of activity they
are allowing and if they have any new rules in place.
safe, stay safe
Below are some guidelines that you must follow in order to play to keep
you and fellow players safe:
Got a question?
Check out our Back
to Squash hub for frequently asked questions.
The England Squash team
Please continue to follow current Government guidelines as these will
always supersede any club/venue or England Squash guidelines.
For further information, visit englandsquash.com/covid-19 and gov.uk/coronavirus.