Many sports are played around the world, and most of them require a special location or surface. Most of those sports commonly require a large green space or more specifically a court or field, like soccer, football, rugby, and more; this is not different with tennis, a racket sport that can be played individually against a single opponent (singles) or between two teams of two players each (doubles). So, if you desire a proper and high-quality service in installing artificial grass for tennis courts, do not hesitate and call Better Than Real Artificial Grass. We guarantee that you will not regret it.
Tennis is played on a variety of surfaces. There are four main types of tennis courts depending on the materials used to make the surface: clay courts, hard courts, grass courts and carpet courts. Grass courts were some years ago among the most common tennis surfaces, but are now rare due to high maintenance costs, as they must be watered and mown often, they need resting time between use, and they take a longer time to dry after rain than hard courts. The tennis courts are affected by weather conditions, people cannot use the natural grass tennis courts in winter, this is obviously because the grass is in bad shape and the ground is muddy. It is only possible to play in the summer or at some times during the fall and the spring.