If you're building a tennis court and don't know if you should get a real grass court or a synthetic grass one, here are some signs the latter could be the right choice.
You only play tennis a few times a month because you're busy
If you will only be playing on this tennis court a few times per month, due to how busy you are, then you'll probably find that a synthetic grass tennis court suits your lifestyle more than one with real grass.
Tennis court construction can be a long and expensive procedure, but when it is finally done and you have the sporting luxury at your fingertips, it all feels worthwhile. There is only one problem: tennis courts need constant monitoring or they can degrade quite easily. This goes for all types of tennis court construction, from grass courts to hard surfaces. But how do you stop nature from reclaiming its territory? Here are a few simple tips you can follow to ensure that your tennis court stays looking great for years to come.
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Playing tennis on synthetic grass courts requires a slightly different approach to that adopted on real grass, hard courts or clay. Here are some tips on how to develop a winning game plan when playing on synthetic grass.
Playing characteristics of synthetic grass tennis courts
Synthetic courts are usually pretty fast to play on, especially on warm, dry days. The ball bounce is generally consistently low, although if the court does not have much sand infill, the ball will 'pop' up as it does when playing on a hard court.