as set out at the Annual General Meeting July 2015
competitive player shall dress and present himself/herself for play in clean
and customarily acceptable tennis attire. The general appearance of a
player is the most important factor at this level, not specific clothing
recognised tennis type garments and footwear shall be worn, at the
discretion of the NSNTA.
items deemed to be "non-tennis articles" such as dress shirts, singlets,
football shorts and jumpers, walk shorts and jeans are not to be worn by
any player while competing in a match.
Sleeveless tennis shirts are permitted which are defined as "tennis
shirts without sleeves" i.e. not singlets.
suits are permitted to be worn during a hit-up and during a match.
writing or logo restrictions apply except where these are obscene
footwear for tennis matches shall be worn (depending on the type of
surface) at the direction of the home club.
sole, jogging, running, cricket footwear and footwear with heels or
studs are not permitted.
club has the authority to determine that a tennis shoe's sole does not
conform to such customs and standards and can prohibit its use.