Tennis Turf

Tennis & Artificial Turf: a winning combination

Tennis clubs increasingly choose artificial grass on their tennis courts. In comparison to clay or natural grass, artificial grass requires considerably less maintenance, is resistant to wear, repels dirt and is extremely user-friendly. Moreover, artificial grass tennis courts last a long time and are relatively easy to install or renovate on an existing sub-base: another benefit in terms of price.

Another interesting benefit of artificial grass tennis courts is that these systems can be played on for much longer thanks to their excellent water permeability. The outdoor season can be extended without any problem and competitions no longer have to be cancelled due to the poor condition of the tennis court: important for clubs with a busy competition schedule.

Artificial grass versus clay:


Clay tennis courts tend to become dusty in warm weather and often have to be sprayed. On the other hand, natural grass quickly becomes brown and bare. However, artificial grass always retains the same play characteristics so, as a result, your courts can be played on in both summer and winter with a minimum of maintenance.

Artificial grass also makes painting lines a thing of the past. The lines are simply tufted into the turf and form part of the rest of the artificial carpet. You decide the colours on your tennis court. Playing tennis on artificial grass is also extremely good fun. The shock absorption is optimal and the muscles and joints of tennis players experience minimal stress.


Outdoor tennis season prolonged:


An interesting advantage of artificial grass courts is their permeability. Since water doesn’t accumulate on the surface, they can be played on in any kind of weather, thus prolonging the outdoor tennis season. Cancelling matches due to a water-logged court is a thing of the past: a significant consideration for tennis clubs with busy competition schedules.