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2022 ASIA PICKLEBALL OPEN

2022 ASIA PICKLEBALL OPEN

EID: 811 PRICE USD 50
SANCTIONED BY AFP

EVENT - TOURNAMENT

Starting:April 13, 2022 to April 17, 2022
City:Phuket, Thailand
Registration Deadline:March 16, 2022 (OPEN)
Tier Level: 4

Tournament Location

CITY:PHUKET, THAILAND

HOME CLUB: THANYAPURA SPORTS & HEALTH RESORT ,
THANYAPURA THALANG THALANG DISTRICT PHUKET THAILAND
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ANNOUNCEMENT – ASIA PICKLEBALL OPEN (APO)

New Date

13 – 17 APRIL 2022 (Wednesday – Sunday) | 5 Days

Registration close Saturday, 12 March 2022

COVID-19 situation in many countries throughout Asia is recovering at a slower pace than expected. Many countries have imposed stricter quarantine rules for travelers returning to their home countries.

 Based on this recent development, the APO organizers decided to postpone the tournament from 5 – 9 January to 13-17 April 2022 (Wed – Sun, 5 days)

We apologize for the inconvenience caused and hope that the new tournament date allows the respective government to establish a VTL (Vaccinated Travel Lane) protocol or any other safe travel measures to facilitate more participants to take part in the first-ever Asia Pickleball Open.

Phuket, Thailand remains open for travelers who are Vaccinated with PCR tested negative results. (https://www.thaiembassy.com/travel-to-thailand/no-quarantine-phuket-sandbox-plan) and we are committed to implement and adhere to Covid-19 Safe Measurement during the APO event.

Covid-19 is endemic as some countries are classifying it. Most governments in Asia need to bring life back to the new norm (living under Covid) as they may be unable to sustain the economy using its reserves. They will need to start business trading and opening up their borders, including tourism. We will have a clearer picture of government strategies in the next month or two.

Covid, over time, will become a way of life, like dengue and influenza. All of us have a high chance of getting it. Hopefully, with full vaccination, together with our body's own immune system, and common sense, we will ride this out. Be cautious of this virus, but don't fear it, and don't let it cast a dark shroud over our daily lives. Life is to live, not merely to exist!

Stay Safe.

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