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Coaching And officiating Courses
STA COACHING COURSE

Based on the ITF Level 1 Syallbus, this is your first step to becoming a certified coach.
STA OFFICIATING COURSE

An introduction to the rules of tennis, code of conduct, and chair & line umpiring.
 
 
 
 
 

 

DEC
04
STA Advanced Singles & Doubles III 2022

UPDATED 4 DECEMBER 2022 9.40AM

Please click here for the updated schedule

Thanks

NOV
28
ACTIVESG CUP 2022

DRAWS & SCHEDULE

  • Boys Qualifying Draw (Completed) -- Please click here
     
  • Boys Singles Draw -- Please click here
  • Boys Singles Position 5 - 16 - Please click here
  • Boys Singles Position 17-32 - Please click here
     
  • Girls Singles Draw -- Please click here
  • Girls Singles Position 5 - 16 - Please click here
  • Girls Singles Position 17-32 - Please click here
  • Boys Doubles Draw - Please click here
  • Girls Doubles Draw - Please click here
     

SATURDAY, 3 DECEMBER 2022 ORDER OF PLAY: CLICK HERE


 

NOV
23
STA SPEX 3rd Junior Age Group 2022

UPDATED 23 NOV 2022 - 2130HRS

Please click here for the updated match schedule

NOV
14
ATA - STA Competition at 100 Plus Promenade U10 Red 2022

NOV
10
[Wild Card Application] - G2 ATF ActiveSG Cup 2022

Dear All,

Wild card application for ATF ActiveSG Cup 2022 in Singapore is closed.

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G2 ATF ActiveSG Cup 2022 [26 November 2022 - 4 December 2022]

Please note that the application is open to Singapore Citizens who have registered for the tournaments.

In the event Singaporean players who have signed up for the tournaments do not require wild cards, wild card allocation will be at the discretion of the tournament organiser.

The application deadline is Friday, 18 November 2022, 1200 noon.

Application submission requirements:

1. Online Application Form [CLOSED]
2. Supporting information/documents are to be verified and endorsed by your primary coach.

  • Training and Tournament Plan (Periodisation - Macrocycle, Mesocycle, Microcycle)
  • Training Report (OKR, KPI, Goal Setting, Key Results, Coach’s Comments, Coach’s Recommendations etc)
  • Training Attendance (attendance summary for the last 6 months)

Kindly send your supporting documents to the following list. Please note that all emails listed below must be included.

1. info@singtennis.org.sg,
2. ashlina.ali@singtennis.org.sg
3. wallacetan@singtennis.org.sg

An Incomplete application and supporting information/documents will be rejected, and no appeal will be accepted.

Selection Methodology (SM) will be utilised for Wild Card allocation, for more information please click here.

Thank you!

NOV
09
Eddie Herr & Orange Bowl Competition

We are pleased to update that the following STA trainees have been accepted into The 61st Junior Orange Bowl and the Eddie Herr International Junior.

  1. Victoria Alekseykina
  2. Ethan Matthew Koh
  3. Michael Dylan Jimenez
  4. Ryo Muto Lim

The Junior Orange Bowl and Eddie Herr International Junior are two of the most prestigious junior tournaments in the world.

They are held annually in Florida, with the Eddie Herr International Junior from November 22 – December 4 2022 and the Junior Orange Bowl from December 11 – 20 2022.

Credit goes to the NYS & NTS coaches for their guidance and support for the trainees. Huge thanks as well to the parents who have been super supportive of the trainees.

We wish all of them the very best and a safe journey.

AUG
05
STA ITF PLAY TENNIS COACHING COURSE 2022

Dates for STA ITF Play Tennis Coaching Course in September & November 2022 are out now. 

For more information on the coaching course, please click here

To register, please click on the links below. Limited slots are available for each course. 


R
egistration Form for 14 - 23 November 2022

FEB
11
UPDATED SMM FOR STA TOURNAMENTS (12 and Below are exempted)

SAFE MANAGEMENT MEASURES FOR SPORT AND PHYSICAL EXERCISE & ACTIVITY FOR THE TRANSITION PHASE FROM 22 NOVEMBER 2021 (UPDATED 27 JANUARY2022)

Dear Players

With reference to the advisory issued by SportSG issued on 21 Nov 2021 and updated on 27 Jan 2022.

Under Point 13 which states that:
 

13. Sport Events. From 1 February 2022, all Sport Events, irrespective of event size, must implement VDS in order to proceed.

c. Sport Competitions & Tournaments refer to competitions involving timed races or head-to-head matches where there could be multiple heats or qualifying rounds (“sessions”). Such events can continue but must not exceed 50 persons in each facility at any single point in time. Organisers are advised to arrange competitions with different sessions, adequately separated within a day (i.e. at different times of a day) or across multiple days, to avoid congregation.

Fully vaccinated persons refer to An individual is considered vaccinated if he/she

a) has been fully vaccinated, i.e. received the appropriate regimen of World Health Organization Emergency Use Listing (WHO EUL) vaccines including their respective duration post-vaccination for the vaccine to be fully effective and

b) had their vaccination records ingested in MOH’s IT systems. Sinovac-CoronaVac will require a three-dose primary series regime, but all individuals who have taken two doses of Sinovac-CoronaVac should be regarded as fully vaccinated for 4 months after the second dose, or until 31 December 2021, whichever is later. Persons who have recovered from COVID-19 will be considered fully vaccinated 14 days after their single dose of the PSAR-authorised mRNA vaccines (i.e. Pfizer-BioNTech/Comirnaty, Moderna) or WHO EUL vaccines. Persons who have recovered from COVID-19 within the last 180 days, regardless of their vaccination status, may also be managed similarly to a fully vaccinated individual.

Please click here for the SportSG Advisory

For FAQs on Booster Shot please click https://www.moh.gov.sg/covid-19/vaccination/faqs---booster-doses

As such, please note that all players have to show proof that they are fully vaccinated before they are allowed to compete in the tournament.  They can show either through their Trace-together/ HealthHub or any other authorised proof of vaccination.

OCT
17
SINGAPORE TENNIS ASSOCIATION SAFE SPORT STATEMENT

SINGAPORE TENNIS ASSOCIATION SAFE SPORT STATEMENT

The Singapore Tennis Association (“STA”) is committed to providing a safe, diverse, and equitable environment to all members of the tennis community in Singapore. This ensures that everyone, at all levels of the sport, continues to have a positive experience in tennis. This Statement sets out the STA’s standards and expectations of everyone involved in its activities.

The STA does not condone and takes a zero tolerance approach to any form of violence, aggression, abuse, misconduct, harassment (occurring in combination or isolation) including (without limitation) the following, whether deliberate, unintentional, unsolicited or coercive:
• Sexual misconduct (e.g. sexual communication, harassment)
• Psychological and physical misconduct (e.g. bullying, hazing)
• Other inappropriate conduct (e.g. wilful tolerance, grooming)
• Misconduct relating to the Safe Sport Unified Code (e.g. false reporting, retaliation, abuse of process)
• Unwanted, unwelcome or offensive conduct of any nature relating to age, gender, sexual orientation, status, race, colour, ethnicity, disability, attributes, religion or athletic ability
• Verbal abuse
• Physical abuse
• Negative or malicious comments
• Offensive gestures
• Intimidation
• Discrimination
• Stalking
• Retaliation

Our zero tolerance stance applies to the STA and all in the tennis community (each, a “Participant”), including without limitation administrators, employees, coaches, officials, volunteers, athletes, trainees and/or their parents, and is irrespective of whether such inappropriate behaviour occurs in the sporting environment (e.g. training) or outside the sporting environment (and online) between participants in sport.

Our approach is consistent with Sport SG’s Safe Sport Programme to tackle misconduct in the athletic environment. Click here to find out more about Safe Sport. In addition, aspects of behaviour identified above are addressed in legislation including the Penal Code, Maintenance of Religious Harmony Act and soon-to-be enacted Maintenance of Racial Harmony Act.

Each Participant has the responsibility to be familiar with this Statement and, by virtue of being a Participant, has expressly agreed to and be bound by this Statement, including its applicable policies and procedures. In the event that the STA determines in its sole discretion that any Participant has breached this Statement, the STA shall take disciplinary action against the Participant as it deems appropriate (including without limitation employment termination, expulsion from the STA program, warning, reprimand, public apology, imposing a financial penalty or a combination of one or more measures). The STA’s decision will be final and binding on the Participant. 

This Statement may be revised or supplemented by the STA as necessary. Each Participant is required to apprise himself/herself of the latest version.

Please click here to download the Safe Sport Statement.

JAN
19
ITF World Tennis Number is here..... Play Locally, Compare Globally. #GameOn

To find out more, visit the link below
ITF World Tennis Number

 

 

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