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Introducing Medlock Bridge Tennis!

A Private Residential Tennis Community in Johns Creek, GA

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If you drive up Medlock Bridge Road, in between State Bridge Road and Parsons Road, you’ll find Medlock Bridge, an active neighborhood community located in one of the best areas of Johns Creek, GA.  Medlock Bridge is one of the largest subdivisions nestled within the heart of Johns Creek with over 640 homes.  The neighborhood offers a wealth of amenities including hiking trails, lakes, clubhouses, tennis courts, play grounds, and multiple community pools throughout the neighborhood.  The active neighborhood  association sponsors multiple social events and sporting events throughout the year furthering the strong relationships which have been built within the community.Currently, Medlock Bridge offers year round Adult and Junior and has numerous amounts of Adult and Junior ALTA/USTA Tennis teams to meet the needs of any age or skill level. Throughout 2018 Medlock Bridge had over 45 Adult ALTA/USTA teams.

Updated Safety Policies Effective June 1st, 2020

Medlock Bridge Residents:

We want to reassure you that the health and safety of our residents remain of the utmost importance to us.  Based on recommendations from USTA, State & Local Georgia governments, we will open the tennis facilities June 1 in accordance with the following guidelines. 

The courts will be open for casual play, team practices, and team matches.  The tennis staff will also begin offering private and small group/team  instruction (no more than 4 players to a court).  

ALL tennis play MUST be reserved and scheduled through prior to playing.  If you are a resident in good standing, you may request a account from ACE. 

If you do not have a account (note: all residents are allowed to have accounts), you are not authorized to play on our tennis courts. Non-residents are ONLY allowed to play on our courts while accompanied by a resident. If it is determined that a resident reserved a court for non-residents who are unaccompanied, that resident may have his/her account revoked. 

If you do not use, you are not authorized to play and WILL be asked to leave the courts by staff from ACE, the Tennis Committee, or the Board.  

ACE, the Tennis Committee, and the Board retain the right to verify players identity who are on our courts during this time. 

Please note that these rules exist due to the fact that the HOA is liable for ENFORCING the mandates set forth by State and Local governments regarding coronavirus. 

The following on-court changes will go into effect to further promote a safe experience.

-Practice social distancing (6 ft.).   Please have zero contact with other players on and off the court

  • During Play: no handshakes, etc.

  • During Breaks: keep safe distance

  • No congregating before or after play

-Organized league matches (ALTA, USTA, T2)

  • No team food provided

  • No congregating before or after matches

  • All gazebos will be closed.

  • Please practice social distancing if watching.

-Ask players to bring hand sanitizer throughout play (coaches will also provide sanitizer during lessons)

  • Clean hands after picking up balls during a lesson

  • Clean hands on every change over during matches

-Ask players to bring their own water jugs.  Water will not be provided on the court at this time.

-Avoid touching scoreboards. fences, nets with bare hands

-Request anyone not feeling well to stay home

We will continue to monitor the situation and update the guidance as it evolves.

We hope you and your families are safe and stay healthy.  Please reach out with any questions.

"Success is a journey not a destination. The doing is usually more important than the outcome."

Arthur Ashe

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