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STA COACHING COURSE

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

 

NOV
16
[TENDER] STA System Requirement Specification

Singapore Tennis Association (STA) invites tenderers for the following:

  • STA System Requirements Specification

Tender Document: Available from 16 of November 2021, please click here to download the Tender Document.

Declaration of Interest: Please email to wallacetan@singtennis.org.sg before 12.00pm, 23 November 2021.

Mandatory Briefing: A mandatory briefing will be conducted for all interested tenderers from 29 November 2021 - 3 December 2021 via zoom.

Tender Closing Date & Time: Tender Document in sealed envelope must be submitted to the STA at the following address before 12.00pm, 20 December 2021.

100 Tyrwhitt Road, #04-02
Jalan Besar Swimming Complex,
Singapore 207542

Alternative, documents can be emailed to wallacetan@singtennis.org.sg also by 12.00pm 20 December 2021.

NOV
06
2022 WJT Boys & Girls, JDC and JBJKC Selection Trials - Results

The following Selection Trials will take place from 6 to 18 November 2021.

  • ITF World Junior Team (WJT) Boys
  • ITF World Junior Team (WJT) Girls
  • Junior Davis Cup (JDC)
  • Junior Billie Jean King Cup (JBJKC)

Scores of completed matches wll be updated upon completion and is accessible by the link provided below.

Please click HERE for results.

OCT
18
Increase in Tournament Entry Fees

Dear Fraternity Members, Players, and Parents,

I hope all of you are well.

You may be aware that despite all the Covid19 restrictions, STA continued to organise the tournaments under challenging circumstance for our playing community.

STA is also constantly looking for ways to improve our services for our participants through technology which obviously comes with costs.

With the current market situation and rising business costs related to goods, services, labour, and third party transaction fees, it has come to a point that STA cannot afford to continue to absorb these costs any longer. The last fee adjustment was in year 2000.

Whilst STA continue to make improvements to bring the best possible experience to all players, we seek your understanding for a fee adjustment with effect from 1 November 2021.

Revised fees effective November 2021 are as follows:


Players who withdraw from the tournament will incur an admin fee of $2.00 (inclusive of GST)

We trust you will continue to enjoy yourselves playing in our tournaments and we thank you for your continued support.

Please click here to register for STA SPEX 3rd Junior Age Group 2021 competition

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.

OCT
07
[Covid-19 Updated Advisory - Circular 9] Tennis Fraternity

Dear Members,

Following on the government advisory updated on 7 October 2021. Please see the adjusted measures accordingly in this latest advisory.

Following the announcement, Sport Singapore is providing guidance regarding the SMMs concerning all sports and physical exercises & activities, and public & private sports & recreational facilities in Singapore for the period of 27 September to 24 October 2021. (Please click here)

Thank you.

MAY
31
Mr Edwin Lee

To download click here

APR
01
SEA Games 2021 Selection Policy- Tennis

Dear all for SEA Games 2021 selection policy please click here

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

JUL
02
Tennis Specific of the Safe Return to Sports Plan.

Dear All,

Please find the attached advisory from SportSG dated on 17 June 2020 and the STA Tennis Specific can be found in this link below.

There will be 3 safety measures found under the Singapore Tennis Association in the link above.

  1. Plan for Protecting Tennis Community
  2. Plan for Playing Tennis Safely
  3. Plan for Group Coaching

You are required to enter your email address to proceed with the download of Tennis Specific of the Safe Return to Sports Plan.

It is highly encouraged to understand the safety measures before participanting in any tennis activities.

Thank you.

08 JanSTA Open Singles & Doubles I 2022
07 JanSTA SPEX/Tanglin Academy U10 Boys Hardcourt Competition I 2022
15 JanJ5 Singapore: SINGAPORE ITF JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS (1) 2022
22 JanJ4 Singapore: SINGAPORE ITF JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS (2) 2022
11 FebSTA SPEX/Tanglin Academy U10 Girls Hardcourt Competition I 2022

 

 

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