Anderson: Court shortage makes it hard to play

Posted 1/14/21

All of the outdoor sports venues are currently open, except for the Kuentz tennis courts.

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Anderson: Court shortage makes it hard to play

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All of the outdoor sports venues are currently open, except for the Kuentz tennis courts.

Now that more people are here with the winter visitors arriving, the morning hours of tennis are rather tightly scheduled. With the current COVID social distancing guidelines, it would be easier to spread out slightly if we could use more courts.

The tennis players have already, in the past, lost the six courts at Palm Ridge, and the fact that the six courts at Kuentz are still unavailable for use has been causing scheduling problems.

Pat Anderson

Sun City West

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