Artificial turf tennis courts require minimal upkeep, eliminating the need for frequent mowing, watering, or reseeding.

Artificial turf offers a reliable playing surface, ensuring consistent ball bounce and speed, enhancing players’ predictability and adaptability.

Robust fibers and backing guarantee longevity, even under heavy use and varied weather conditions, enabling year-round play.

Arturf Tennis Turf is Ideal For:

  • Private and public tennis clubs
  • Schools, universities, and public park tennis courts
  • Private home tennis courts
  • Hotel or business area sports zones
  • Sports centers
  • Housing development tennis courts
  • Indoor tennis courts

Versatile Installation Options

Our tennis artificial grass can be laid over various bases, including:

  • Cleaned and sealed existing tennis courts
  • Concrete or asphalt slabs
  • Crushed stone aggregate bases (ideal for areas with impervious surfacing laws)

Tennis Court Surface Characteristics

Our tennis turf offers a playing speed similar to concrete courts, classified as hard, but with increased elasticity for slightly higher ball bounce, reminiscent of red clay courts. It provides a safe and player-friendly tennis court surface.

In addition to synthetic grass and installation accessories, we also offer tennis court fences.

Color Options:

Green is the standard color for tennis courts, with green, blue, and red being the most common choices. Larger orders (over 1500m²) are required for blue or red color options.


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Tennis Clubs Increasingly Choose Artificial Grass

Compared to clay or natural grass, artificial grass requires significantly less maintenance, is wear-resistant, stain-resistant, and user-friendly. Artificial grass tennis courts have a long lifespan and can be easily installed or renovated on existing sub-bases, offering cost advantages.

Permeability for All-Weather Play

The permeable nature of artificial grass courts allows for usage in any weather conditions, extending the outdoor tennis season. Say goodbye to canceled matches due to water-logged courts, making it a valuable choice for tennis clubs with busy competition schedules.

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