The Pickaquoy has three glass-backed courts, identical to those featured at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, with retractable walls allowing two double courts to be created. There are also two spectator areas – a seating area directly in front of the centre court and a balcony overhead that gives spectators a great view of all the action.
Training and Warm-Up Information
Courts will be made available prior to the competition commencing for practice and training sessions.
Only approved WSF balls will be used throughout the competition and will be provided. Regulation eye-wear must be worn for all double events and is expected to be provided by the competitor.
Both the Men’s and Women’s Singles events shall be played using the Monrad System. In the case of more than 32 players, preliminary knock-out system will be adopted. Matches are the best of five games. Best of three may be used for all matches except the final, semi-finals and third/fourth place play off if the entry is greater than 32 players.