Coquitlam Tennis Club June 2020 Update
Dear members
We hope everyone has been safe and healthy. This has been a unique and challenging time for all of us. Your executive has been working diligently to start up tennis events at the Coquitlam Tennis Club in a way that is safe and healthy for our membership. This Email provides an update on where we are at.
Club Opening
We have approval from the City to rent courts and will be opening the Coquitlam Tennis Club – with programs starting up Monday July 6th.
In order for CTC to get the City’s approval, a COVID- 19 Safety plan was developed and will be implemented.   Please review the attached CTC COVID-19 Safety plan.
COVID-19 Safety Plan Key points
1)    Registration: if you are participating in Men’s, Lady’s, Social, Mixed Doubles or any other CTC event, you must register in advance- through forms or on line. This is for contact tracing – in case someone gets infected, the health authority will be able to notify anyone who may have been in contact with that individual.
2)    Social Distancing: no close congregating, “hanging out” before or after matches. No shaking of hands, high five’s, hugs etc. Try to maintain some space/distance from your tennis partner and or opponents.
3)    Personal care: hand washing before and after play and use of hand sanitizers during play
4)    Participants  Agreement- when signing up for an activity, all members must be willing to abide by the participants agreement.  Please review Participants Agreement document.
Basically you as participant, acknowledge that you do not have Covid-19 symptoms, have not recently been in contact with someone who has Covid-19 and have not been recently out of the country nor been in contact with someone who has been out of the country.
Registration for ladder and social events will be posted/sent in the following weeks with the goal of for all programs to start week of July 6.
Mon- Men’s Ladder
Tue-  Social
Wed- Lady’s Ladder
Thur- Competitive Mixed Doubles
Frid-  Social
Note: Competitive Mixed Doubles will be coordinated by Sib Sirimanotham. It will be open to all levels and participants are encouraged to register as a team. If you do not have a partner, you can contact Sib who will try and find a partner for you. Note registration closes July 5.
Registration and or enquires, contact Sib at
Due to Covid-19, we will not be able to host the Coquitlam Open or any Junior tournaments this year. We also will not be able to host any food socials or in club tournaments.
Jr. Development programs are now open. See website for more information and registration.
Private and Semi Private lessons are available. See website for more information.
Membership Renewals/Fee structure
As this season has been shortened, the executive approved extending the membership for those registered for 2019-2020 to March 2021. Basically if you were a member last year, you will not need to renew your membership. We are in the process of refunding renewals.
The executive also approved a New Membership fee of $30 for the 2020 season. We are in the process of setting up the new registration fee structure.
Executive Changes
Shaheen Husainy and Jackie Bolan have resigned from the executive. Sib Sirimanotham appointed to occupy Jackie’s vacated position and will manage the competitive mixed doubles night.
CTC is in need of a Treasurer. If interested, please contact any executive. If we cannot find someone to take on the Treasurer position, CTC will have to hire someone to manage our financial accounts.
The following table identifies your current CTC Executive.
Chuck Peries
Vice President Jeanette MacLean  
Shaheen Husainy- Resigned
Julie Hughes will continue to “pay the bills” until a Treasure can be found.
Sergio Garces
Carla Byers
Tournament Director
Nathan Lee
Junior Coordinator
Reza Hosseini
Socials- Summer
Rihanna Mir,
Seger Jan
Maintenance Director
Publicity Director
Janet Xuan
Member at Large
Kiyo Breiting – in charge of Women’s ladder and ladies League
Member at Large
Jackie Bolen- Resigned
Sib Sirimanotham appointed to member at large position and will be in charge of Competitive Mixed Doubles Night
Socials- Winter
Sergio Garces
Member at Large
Ray Lebrun appointed to member at large and will be in charge of men’s ladder and assisting with web management and communications
Find your inner “fun” on court……..
Yup, that’s what we are all about; tennis fun for beginners to pros.
Join our tennis community and enjoy a range of enjoyable tennis programs that we’ve been promoting in the Coquitlam Community since 1965.
We offer:
  • social tennis where you can enjoy friendly matches with other club members
  • ladies & men’s singles and doubles ladders
  • competitive league teams
  • instruction programs for both adults and juniors with one of the best known junior programs in the area
We are an outdoor club located in beautiful Town Centre Park complete with four hard courts with lights and a small clubhouse.

We operate as a non-profit association with the cooperation of the City of Coquitlam.  Our mission is to offer affordable enjoyment of tennis programs and social play to the Coquitlam community.

See our Membership page or feel free to come and try us out at one of our two weekly social evenings.  Members enjoy the benefits of our online calendar of events and tournament schedules.  Our rates are low and there are no additional court fees.

We would love to see you on our courts!
Message Board
Courts work done and they look Great ! 
Aug 01/2019
Upcoming Events
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New Measures for all Members, Coaches, and Guests
Posted on Mar 15th, 2020
New measures for all Members, Coaches, and Guests (which includes visiting teams)
• Members, guests or coaches who are returning from anywhere outside of Canada are asked to stay away from the Club for 14 days upon arrival.
• Members, guests or coaches who have been in close contact with someone who has been diagnosed with COVID-19 are asked to stay home for 14 days after their last encounter.
• If you have had any fever, shortness of breath, cough, or sore throat within the last 14 days, you are asked to stay away from the Club and seek medical attention.
• Members please remember you are responsible for your guests (including visiting teams) so if your guests meet the above conditions please do not come to the club. Therefore team captains should communicate CTC’s guest guidelines to visiting team captains before they arrive. It is recommended that food sharing during matches be suspended for 30 days.
• If a child arrives for a lesson or program with any symptoms of fever, cough, shortness of breath or sore throat, the parents/guardians will be asked to take the child home.
• Avoid touching ie handshakes and properly wash your hands right after playing. 
Thank you for your cooperation regarding this matter.  We are committed to keeping the CTC community healthy and will continue to monitor recommendations from the Public Health Agency of Canada, Vancouver Coastal Health and Fraser Health
No Events at this time.