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Tennis Court Artificial Grass
Synthetic grass tennis courts are becoming more and more popular, both with homeowners as well as with athletic fields and recreational venues.Chat Now
Synthetic grass tennis courts are becoming more and more popular, both with homeowners as well as with athletic fields and recreational venues. Homeowners want courts that are easy to care for but also ones that are as natural as possible to make play similar to grass. Recreational venues normally opt for synthetic grass because of its convenience and cost. It is extremely attractive financially when compared to the cost and maintenance of natural grass tennis courts. Synthetic grass tennis courts have several advantages compared to their natural grass counterparts. Learn about them below.
With synthetic grass, there is no change in pile height or thickness. The surface texture is consistent, no matter how often it is used or how extreme the weather conditions become. The texture of the grass used on a tennis court is extremely important due to the amount of movement on behalf of both the player and the ball. Being able to count the texture of a court being the same at all levels of play is extremely important, especially when a player is trying to avoid injuries and improve the quality of their game.
Because tennis relies on how well a ball plays on a particular surface, it is important that the texture of the playing field is uniform and consistent. Players count on how the ball will bounce after each shot. This allows them to plan their strategy and prepare for each consecutive shot. Maintaining sufficient ball control allows the players to keep the ball in play for longer periods of time. This not only makes the game more interesting, but also helps to increase a player's overall skill level and performance.
Yarn: Fibril PE
Plie height: 12mm
Color: Field/Apple Green