 The Government’s roadmap is based on four steps. To assist tennis venues, coaches and officials in preparations, we have summarised below the key relevant aspects of the easing of restrictions for each step, outlining what is known to date.  Before taking each step, the Government will review the latest data on the impact of the previous step against four tests around vaccination deployment and impact, infection rates and NHS hospitalisations, and status of any new variants of the disease. They will then announce one week in advance whether restrictions will be eased as planned.  The summary grid above and the roadmap overview below will be updated to detail how tennis activity will progress through the four steps of the roadmap as and when we receive confirmation of further detail from Government and Sport England. STEP 1: 8 March and 29 March  Tennis in schools and sport as part of wraparound care (i.e. after-school clubs) can resume from 8 March  Outdoor courts to open and recreational play to resume from 29 March (detail as per the above summary grid) STEP 2: No earlier than 12 April  [UPDATED] Indoor leisure facilities open for individual/household use only (includes 1:1 coaching)  Indoor children’s sport resumes for larger groups, including group coaching etc.  Hospitality venues including pubs reopen outdoors only, subject to social contact restrictions (rule of 6)  Guidance to minimise domestic travel where possible remains STEP 3: No earlier than 17 May  Social contact restrictions relaxed to maximum 30 people outdoors (formally organised sport already exempt from this outdoors from 29 March)  Rule of 6 or two households indoors  [UPDATED] Organised indoor ‘adult group sports and exercise classes’ resume (subject to taking place with ‘rule of 6’ bubbles)  Large events permitted within the following capacity limits subject to strict Government guidance  Hospitality resumes indoors  Domestic overnight stays in hotels, hostels and B&Bs permitted line with social contact restriction  Possible restart of international travel (subject to review) STEP 4: No earlier than 21 June  Removal of limits on social contact  Enable large events above Step 3 capacity restrictions, subject to the outcome of the scientific Events Research programme, and potentially using testing to reduce the risk of infection, subject to further evaluation. NOTE: Children’s sport refers to activity for people aged under 18 on 31 August 2020. Adult sport refers to activity for anyone aged 1 or over on 31 August 2020.