Gunnedah Tennis' club championships have been aced by COVID again with organisers forced to postpone the 2021 championships again.
It's at least the third time they have had to be rescheduled from the original date of September 11 and12.
The day after Gunnedah and other parts of regional NSW came out of lockdown, they were pushed back to October 9 and 10 for the Division 1 and 2 players with the juniors this coming weekend (October 16 and 17).
With Gunnedah going back into lockdown the weekend before (the 9th and 10th) they were rescheduled again to this weekend.
But in a post on it's Facebook page, the Gunnedah Tennis Club said after receiving "fresh advice" from the state government, they decided that the championships are "best postponed".
The club advised that a new date will be advertised "once restrictions have loosened".
The Wednesday evening Instacomp is though able to still go ahead, although spots are limited to 20. All players must also be double vaccinated.
Despite the postponement of the club championships, things are starting to hit off again with the North West Champion of Champions Tamworth invitational scheduled to be played on November 14, with the Inverell invitational the following weekend.
Registrations are also open for the North West Championships, which will be held at Gunnedah on December 4 and 5.