Covid 19 Updates

LoHi Tennis has always been dedicated to the  health and safety of all participants in tennis programming.


Opening Rules

These rules are essential for staff and players and must be followed. We will continue to monitor the recommendations by the CDC, local, state, and national authorities and keep you updated if anything changes at the courts. We ask that you follow these guidelines as we continue to navigate re-opening our facility during Covid-19. We appreciate your understanding during these unprecedented times!

Be Considerate of Others and Consider Your Own Health!

  • If you have any symptoms of illness, please do not come to the facility.
  • Face coverings must be worn at all time all areas of the property. You may only remove your face covering on the tennis court while playing. Once finished, you must put it back on.
  • All play must be pre-booked.
  • A maximum 6:1 student/pro ratio to be observed on-court

What to Bring With You in Preparation for Play:

  • Mask and hand sanitizer
  • Racquet, no demos are available. 
  • Water Bottle (the facility nor our program cannot supply water)
  • Towel, if you require one.

When you arrive at LoHi Tennis @ MSU:

  • Do not enter more than five minutes before your court time
  • Fill Out the ‘Health Declaration’ (QR Form) for contact tracing protocols
  • Face coverings to be worn in all areas of the facility and common areas
  • Pros and customers should enter property with a face covering on (from the car and into the building until on-court)
  • 6-foot physical distancing is required
  • No gathering in:
    • The breezeway
    • The restrooms
    • The adjacent courts

When On Court:

  • Physical distancing encouraged at all times
  • Face coverings for players on-court are recommended
  • Courts to end up to 7 minutes early to allow for ball pick-up and for players to exit the facility completely prior to the next group
  • Ensure all of your personal items like bags, towels, purses and phones are removed from the court prior to leaving
  • We will do our best to ensure that any equipment is cleaned in between sessions
  • No sharing of rackets, water bottles, clothing items, or other items that may have been contaminated

Players Enter/Exit their court at assigned gate:

  • Players should enter/exit the facility swiftly before and after play and follow directional “flow” and/or signage between the lobby and court
    Next group allows previous courts to leave first. 
  • Exiting players always have the right of way off the court and leaving the facility.

When you leave LoHi Tennis @ MSU:

  • Please depart the facility immediately upon the completion of your play.
  • Make sure to take all of your belongings with you. 

Should you have any other questions, please consult the USTA guidelines for players. 

Please help all of your fellow players, pros, and communities stay healthy and safe as we transition to a “new normal”. All staff are prepared to enforce our Code of Conduct, including Covid-19 protocols. Lack of adherence to Covid-19 safety may result in loss of membership.

Thank you in advance for your support and cooperation.


We are in this together!

The LoHi Tennis Team

Covid 19 FAQs

LoHi Tennis is taking every precaution to limit the exposure and transmission of Covid-19 at LoHi Tennis and Metro State University Regency Athletic Facility. We are also committed to keeping our community advised of any potential health risks.

IMPORTANT NOTICE: If any member of our community learns they have tested positive for Covid-19, and it's been within 14 days since their last visit to a LoHi Tennis program:
  • Call or email us and let us know immediately. Your timely notice is of the highest importance. Any information shared will be confidential and only used to assist with contact tracing purposes.
  • LoHi Tennis will initiate outreach to determine if there was direct contact with any other member of our community.
  • LoHi Tennis will notify the Department of Health (DOH).
  • The DOH will then start contact tracing protocols and notify those they feel have had contact about quarantine for the individuals. This may take up to 48 hours.
  • In an abundance of caution LoHi Tennis will alert any members of our community who may have had potential exposure.
Contact Information Please contact your coach or the venue you have been most recently spent time in.
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To limit the exposure and transmission of Covid-19 at LoHi Tennis we ask our community to adhere to the following:
Positive test:
  1. Quarantine for 14 days and follow/seek medical advice.
  2. Do not come to the LoHi Tennis courts during 14-day period
Close Contact with someone who tested positive:
  1. Quarantine for 14 days and follow/ seek medical advice about getting tested.
  2. Do not come to the LoHi Tennis courts during 14-day period
  3. A negative test does not reduce quarantine time for individuals who have had close contact.
Close contact is defined by the CDC as 10-15 minutes within 6ft of someone with COVID over a 24-hour period. This does not have to be 15 minutes in a row and includes while wearing masks.
Everyone not registered on our website who has not filled out the 2021 waiver/health declaration, will be required to complete a mandatory Health Declaration online before each visit to LoHi Tennis to confirm:
  • They have not tested positive for COVID in the past 10 days and are not experiencing symptoms of COVID-19
  • Nor have they come in contact with someone who is experiencing symptoms.
  • That they are following all quarantine restrictions or testing policies for the CO Travel Advisory
If under age 18, a legal guardian will need to sign.
If you have forgotten to complete the Health Declaration before coming to LoHi Tennis you can access the form via QR code at the entrance.
LoHi Tennis team members are available by email and phone to discuss your special events needs. To book a future in person event, email for LoHi Tennis events.
For LoHi Tennis Denver, please email