Surfaces

  • Hard Court Tennis Surfaces

    Hard courts are good general purpose all weather courts with optional colour coat. They are suitable for all standards of play and are our most popular surface with optional colour coat.

  • Synthetic Grass Tennis Surfaces

    Synthetic grass courts are a court type suitable for both private and club use, are aesthetically pleasing and simulate natural grass. They require some maintenance.

  • Synthetic Clay Tennis Surfaces

    Synthetic clay courts are suitable for clubs and private individuals of all standards. This court type is ideal for coaching.

  • Acrylic Tennis Surfaces

    Acrylic courts are suitable for competitive and high class play, and are mainly used at large tennis centres. This type of court has a non-porous surface.

There are four main types of courts depending on the materials used for the court surface: clay courts, hard courts, grass courts and carpet courts.

 

Each playing surface has its own characteristics which affect the playing style of the game. The ITF (International Tennis Federation) lists different surfaces and properties on its website and awards five pace settings from category 5 (fast) to category 1 (slow)