San Carlos Tennis Club

RELEASE OF LIABILITY

SCTC Release of Liability and Sportsmanlike Conduct Policy

Intending to be legally bound, I hereby for myself, my heirs, executors, and administrators, waive and release any and all rights and claims and damages I may incur against San Carlos Tennis Club and all of its officers, directors, members, volunteer workers, sponsors and producers for any and all injuries that may be suffered by myself or any individual en route to or from and during events. I am physically fit and sufficiently trained for competition. I also hereby give my unconditional permission for pictures to be taken of me in association with any SCTC activity, and grant an unconditional release for such pictures to be utilized in SCTC's newsletter, website or other communications without further review, permission or consideration.

I additionally agree to play tennis as a SCTC member with integrity and sportsmanlike conduct at all times.  I have read and understand the rules of sportsmanlike conduct on the USTA code of conduct:

 http://assets.usta.com/assets/1/15/2.%20The%20Code.4.pdf

I understand that the purpose of the San Carlos tennis club (SCTC) shall be to promote tennis and related activities within the limits of San Carlos and adjacent communities offering and promoting competitive and social tennis play for players of all levels and ages. As a SCTC member, I agree to play tennis with this purpose in mind at all times.

Sportsmanlike conduct defines character. 

The SCTC believes in the core values of USTA including: integrity, inclusiveness, excellence, commitment, teamwork and accountability. At the forefront of these values, I agree to play competitive and recreational tennis as a SCTC member with integrity at all times promoting tennis as a sport and representing the purpose of SCTC and the USTA values during competitive and recreational play.

Code of Conduct ITF

18. Player shall not engage in unsportsmanlike conduct. During the course of a match a player shall not engage in:

a. Verbal abuse. Swear at an official, a spectator, or an opponent in a voice that can be heard by any person;

b. Visible or audible profanity or obscenity. Use profanity or insulting, abusive, or obscene language in any way that may be heard by any person or use obscene, insulting, or abusive gestures;

c. Racket abuse. Throw or break a racket other than in the normal course of play;

d. Ball abuse. Deliberately hitting, throwing, or kicking a ball that is not in play if the ball: leaves the playing area; hits or comes close to hitting any person; or could cause damage or harm. USTA REGULATIONS IV.D. (Point Penalty System)119

e. Physical abuse. Threaten or inflict bodily injury to anyone; or

f. Other unsportsmanlike conduct.

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