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2021 Ken Byers Tennis Complex Admission/Safety Policies

NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS – ATLANTA REGIONAL ATTENDANCE

There will be limited spectator attendance at the 2021 NCAA Championships Atlanta Regional, May 7-8, at the Ken Byers Tennis Complex. In addition to each competing team’s pass list, a limited number of general admission seats will be available to fans, free of charge, and a limited number of seats will be available for students from each participating school with a valid school ID. The stands will be cleared in between matches on Friday, May 7, to moderate attendance.

If matches are moved indoors at the Ken Byers Tennis Complex, attendance will be strictly limited to a reduced guest list team pass list.

SPECTATOR ATTENDANCE FOR 2021 TENNIS SEASON

In order to maintain social distancing guidelines recommended for indoor and outdoor events by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), attendance at the Ken Byers Tennis Complex for this year’s men’s and women’s tennis dual matches will be strictly limited to guests of student-athletes and coaches of competing teams on the team pass list.

For multi-team events, including the men’s tennis season-opening MLK Invitational Tournament (Jan. 16-19) and the women’s tennis ITA Kick-Off Weekend (Jan. 23-24), there will be no spectator attendance, including no team pass lists, due to safety protocols.

Those in attendance at dual matches will be required to adhere to campus policies by wearing a mask, practicing social distancing and sitting in designated seats. Regrettably, due to the limited capacity and health and safety protocols, matches will not be open to the general public.

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