Tennis court surfaces

Tennis court surfaces

Tennis is played on a variety of surfaces, more so perhaps than any other sport. The properties of each surface influence the style of play and affect the quality of performance.


Hard Courts


The definition of a hard court surface encompasses many different surfaces, ranging from old-fashioned concrete courts to coated asphalt to wooden gymnasium surfaces to artificial grass similar to AstroTurf. They consist of synthetic or acrylic layers placed above a concrete or asphalt base. These bases, which vary in colour, have a tendency to play quickly because very little energy is absorbed by the surface.

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