Tennis Court Supply is pleased to bring you clay tennis court surfacing by Har-Tru, a unique surface developed from crushed stone. This type of clay produces an ideal tennis court surface with great traction, longevity, and ease of maintenance. Har-Tru clay surfaces are easier on a player's joints than hard courts, helping them play longer and improve endurance.
If you want to offer your players the complete experience for learning and improving their tennis game, a clay court is an absolute necessity for your facility. We have several colors and varieties of Har-Tru clay tennis court surfacing materials for you to choose from. All are excellent and come highly recommended by tennis court designers and players alike.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact us at Tennis Court Supply.
Developing Champions Since 1932
The first Har-Tru court was constructed in Hagerstown, Maryland in 1932 and the brand was born. Har-Tru is consistent, timeless, and intimately acquainted with some of the greatest moments in the history of the game.
Clay-court tennis is all about the journey and not the end. It reflects hard work, patience, and endurance. It rewards those who think before they act, who are creative, and who are flexible. It can humble you and make you feel invincible. Not surprisingly, the skills required to win in life; hence it is the right surface for players of all ages.
For three-quarters of a century now Har-Tru courts have been preferred by avid tennis players and the reasons have never changed.
10 Reasons To Choose A Har-Tru Surface
It's the surface 88% of the world's top 10 players grew up on.
You will develop essential cor footwork and balance skills that play on other surfaces just don't teach.
You will develop a complete all-court game.
You will learn how to construct a point and beat higher-ranked players.
You will improve your patience and persistence an learn to handle adversity better.
Playing on Har-Tru will improve your endurance.
What you learn on Har-Tru allows you to succeed on all surfaces.
You are seven times less likely to be injured on a Har-Tru court than on a hard court.
Har-Tru allows you to play more hours a day and more days a week without over-stressing your joints
In short, you will add more game to your life and more life to your game.