Types of Tennis Court Surfaces

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This surface is especially popular for home tennis courts and commercial construction because of its ability to allow other spots to be played on it along with the fact that it has the least amount of maintenance compared to other surfaces.Log on https://www.etcsports.co.uk/

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Types of Tennis Court Surfaces www.etcsports.co.uk

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Asphalt Tennis court: This surface is especially popular for home tennis courts and commercial construction because of its ability to allow other spots to be played on it along with the fact that it has the least amount of maintenance compared to other surfaces . Concrete Tennis Court: This surface can be doubled up to use as a tennis court as well as a basketball court. It has minimal requirement for maintenance, perfect for sites that are hard to get to for installation and players can tailor the speed of their ball.   www.etcsports.co.uk

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Cushioned Tennis Court: This is one of the favorite courts for players as it provides impact relief for joints. Good for power players and cushioning will minimize the impact on the body. Har-Tru Clay Court: This surface provides. Lower temperature to keep players cooler. Also Prevents injuries by allowing a bit of sliding. More control over the ball, is gained playing in the surface. www.etcsports.co.uk

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Hydro Court: This court is 85 percent softer than the harder surfaces. Provides better control over the ball cooler surface, and it dries fast. Synthetic Clay Courts: Synthetic Clay Courts provide impact relief to your joints. It does not require watering and dries considerably faster than clay courts. www.etcsports.co.uk

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www.etcsports.co.uk We specialize in all these types of tennis court construction and ensure you make the right decision.   Call us at 01621 85 86 8 6 for a quick estimate.  

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ETC Sports Surfaces Limited Unit 25 West Station Yard Spiral Road Malden, Essex, CM9 6TS

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