The Tennis New Zealand Code of Conduct is based on the principle that the best tennis is a product of concentration, discipline and enjoyment. The public is entitled to see the game of tennis played according to uniform rules and to a high standard and players are entitled to respect from opponents and protection from irresponsible behavior.
2017 Player Code of Conduct (September update) Effective 1st October 2017 1. General Principals The Tennis New Zealand Code of Conduct is based on the principle that the best tennis is a product of concentration, discipline and enjoyment. The public is entitled to see the game of tennis played according to uniform
the Tennis New Zealand (TNZ) 2017 Player Code of Conduct. Player Conduct b) Players are expected to play the game in a sportsmanlike manner and to accord respect to their own teammates, the opposition, media, officials and spectators. In the unlikely event this doesn’t occur, any person may lodge a complaint about a player’s behaviour to the Tennis Otago JAG. The Committee may deal with the
Rules: The Koru Games Tennis competitions will be played in accordance with the Rules and Regulations of Tennis NZ, Rules of Tennis and Tennis NZ Player Code of Conduct. All games will be played in the spirit of ‘Fair Play’. To mark this all players will shake hands before and after each game. Each team will consist of two players, playing in a doubles tournament together.
The Code is not part of the ITF Rules of Tennis. Players shall follow The Code, except to the extent to which an official assumes some of their responsibilities. This edition of The Code is an adaptation of the original. This section goes over some of the most important aspects. PREFACE The Code, a summary of procedures and unwritten rules that ...
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Player Code of Conduct. The Purpose of the Code. To preserve the image and integrity of tennis in Australia and to promote sportsmanlike conduct in tournaments by dealing with breaches of discipline in a consistent manner.
The International Tennis Federation promulgates this Code of Conduct ( “Code”) in order to maintain fair and reasonable standards of conduct by players, Related Persons and the organisers of Men’s and Women’s ITF World Tennis Tour tournaments, and to protect their respective rights, the rights