While the rules might be helpful to read online, that won’t do you much good when you’re trying to settle a call out on the court. Download the latest edition of the Tennis Canada Rulebook: Rules of the Court 2017. This edition replaces the previous version of the Rulebook, Rules of the Court 2015. (Or, if you still have last year’s copy, you can check out the Summary of Changes for 2017.)
In order to obtain a printed copy of the Rules of the Court 2016, contact Joan Leung ($15 per copy + GST + shipping).
The Rules of the Court 2017 is intended as a resource for officials, tournament administrators, coaches and players at all levels.
In addition to the International Tennis Federation’s Rules of Tennis, this book presents the rules, regulations and procedures that should be followed at all events sanctioned by Tennis Canada. It also includes a comprehensive section on cases and decisions in order to assist all interested persons in understanding the finer points of the interpretation of the Rules of Tennis, as well as a section on “The Code: Guidelines for Unofficiated Matches.” The Code is an important source of information for all players.
If you have any comments or questions concerning the material presented in this book, or if you are interested in becoming a tennis official, please contact the Tennis Canada Officiating Department:
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