TERMS AND CONDITIONS
What is a squash bubble?
A bubble consists of a maximum of six players. Players can only be part of one bubble at a time.
Following a seven-day break of playing full squash, you can switch once you’ve got agreement from the club.
Players within the bubble can play full-court matches but with the following modifications and hygiene measures;
Only two players on court at one time
Play best of three games
Play first to 11 points, sudden-death at 10-all
Use ‘Sides’ as a way to maintain social distancing throughout the warm-up
During each game, when the first player reaches five points, both players should wipe away excessive sweat, sanitise their hands and the ball. Repeat between games
The same player to serve / touch the ball during each half of a game, and at the halfway point, switch servers
Players must wear protective eyewear or visor
Players must not touch the court walls
What if a player in a 'squash bubble' displays symptoms of COVID-19?
Follow the England Squash guidance and your club’s protocol for members/players with COVID-19 symptoms.
Players from the bubble that have been in contact with the symptomatic player within the seven days prior must self-isolate and undertake tests as per Government guidelines, even if they exhibit no symptoms themselves, until it has been determined whether or not the symptomatic player has tested positive or negative.
Players within the bubble can resume play if the COVID-19 test proves negative.
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