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Having a tennis court in your backyard can be a great way to improve your game, get more exercise, and have fun with friends.Chat Now
Having a tennis court in your backyard can be a great way to improve your game, get more exercise, and have fun with friends. Many homeowners with available space on their property find that a tennis court is also a great investment; it enhances your property value while making tennis practice or playing with friends more convenient. A high-quality court sets your home apart from your neighbors’.
When considering a tennis court for your backyard, it’s important to carefully consider surface material. Many people default to a hard court surface, made from either asphalt or concrete and covered with an acrylic seal. This standard option has a number of downsides, from being tougher on your body to suffering from drainage issues and surface cracking. In recent years, many people are selecting alternative materials to help distinguish their courts from typical ones and also to blend them more effectively into their existing backyard landscape.
Some alternative options to hard courts are clay, grass, and synthetic grass. Clay courts are expensive and also difficult to maintain to ensure consistency of play. Besides the initial construction costs, homeowners must hire an experienced groundskeeper or expect that the playing surface will quickly deteriorate. A clay surface also results in slower ball bounces that affect the overall speed of play which makes it undesirable for some. For residential use, its complicated maintenance makes it largely impractical.
Grass courts provide swifter play and low ball bounces. The downside of natural grass is that it’s also very difficult to maintain. At Wimbledon in the UK, many courts are out of use for months to allow the grass to grow back. An exhaustive maintenance schedule is required to keep the courts up to par. The water use and landscaping of such a court are many times more costly and time-intensive than maintaining a lawn. In areas with high water costs, natural grass is an even worse option.
And that’s where a synthetic grass tennis court comes in: it’s a unique surface that’s durable and easy to install and maintain. It plays similarly to a natural grass surface yet it requires significantly less work to keep in good playing condition.
Yarn: Fibril PE
Plie height: 10mm
Color: Field/Apple Green