Tennis Etiquette
The code of tennis, or etiquette, are the unofficial rules of good tennis sportsmanship and consideration which should be understood by all residents so
everyone can enjoy the neighborhood courts.
    -  Talk quietly when standing near tennis courts that are in use.
    -  Never walk behind a court when a point is still in play. Wait until the point is over and then cross as fast as possible.
    -  If people are already on the court, don't disturb them until their time is up.
    -  When you are ready to play, put racket covers, ball cans, jackets, bags, etc., out of everyone's way and ensure everything is secured from the wind.
    -  Do not chase errant balls into another court while play is in progress. Instead, wait for the point to end before retrieving balls.
    -  Always return balls to the proper court. Never pick up and play with balls that roll onto your court from adjacent courts.
    -  When sending balls back to a neighboring court, roll them on to the back of the court. Never send them back into the court while play is in progress.
    -  Be mindful of the impact of your children on others.
    -  Always bring your court access key.
    -  Clean up after yourself. Make sure all of your debris is placed in the trash receptacles. If the on-court trash receptacles are full, be a considerate
neighbor and empty them in the trash cans located adjacent to the courts.
    -  Take care of the court squeegees. Be sure they are always hanging from the fence rather than being left on the ground where they can be damaged.
    -  Notify the management office when courts require maintenance (net replacement, windscreens blown down, etc).
    -  Bikes, skate boards, roller blades, shoe skates, dogs, gum and street shoes are all prohibited on the tennis courts.
    -  Abide by all other community tennis court rules.
And remember ...  In calling lines, a ball that is 99% out is 100% in!