The San Diego County public health officer recently amended an order to allow for tennis to resume under monitored limited conditions. The first courts to reopen were those at the Glorietta Bay Tennis Center. The Cays Tennis Courts are open for reservations as of June 5.

The rules at both facilities require that no more than two individual participants or one household group is allowed on the court at a time. Doubles play is permitted but players must be from the same household group. The courts must be monitored, and masks and temperature checks required. Play will require registration, payment of registration fees of $5 per resident per court and $20 per nonresident per court for a 1-hour spot and abiding by the hours of operation.

For the Cays, play is proposed for three days a week -- Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday -- from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. because the courts need to be supervised. One-on-one tennis lessons have resumed at both courts.

Call the Tennis Center at 619-522-2650 for reservations.

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