Tennis Windscreens: the Basics

Tennis Windscreens: the Basics

Tennis Windscreens: the Basics

Windscreens are crucial for a well-designed outdoor tennis court. They provide shade and privacy and block some of the wind while still allowing for ventilation. They also provide a solid background for players to watch the ball, eliminate visual distractions from other areas or courts, and even have a noise-reduction effect. All outdoor tennis courts can benefit from some kind of windscreen.

This article will introduce you to the different types of windscreens we carry at Tennis Court Supply, and how to choose the right one for your court.

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Let's Play Pickleball

Let's Play Pickleball

Let's Play Pickleball!

It's easy to see why Pickleball has taken off in popularity. Despite its creation as a children's game, it's so fun and easy to learn that it's truly a game for all ages. The rules are simple, but there's still plenty of room for expert players to grow in skill level and have a great time competing.

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The US Open Tennis Championship is coming on August 28

The US Open Tennis Championship is coming on August 28

The US Open Tennis Championship is coming on August 28

 

The 2017 United States Open Tennis Championship starts on Monday, August 28, and both fans and players look forward to it with great anticipation. As the final Grand Slam event of the year, the US Open is always guaranteed to be an exciting two weeks. Competitors can be both amateur and professional players from anywhere in the world, and men and women are both welcome. The US Open Qualifying Tournament is held the previous week, from August 22 through 25.

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Preparing your Tennis Court for the Big Match

Preparing your Tennis Court for the Big Match

Preparing your Tennis Court for the Big Match

When the big match is coming up, you want to be sure you're 100% prepared. Your court needs to be in top shape so the players can excel to the full extent of their abilities. Give yourself plenty of time to evaluate all the parts of your tennis court so you can identify areas that need maintenance or improvement.

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Tennis Court Equipment For Teaching Kids To Play

Tennis Court Equipment For Teaching Kids To Play

Teaching kids (even young ones!) to play and enjoy tennis is fun and easy. With the QuickStart Tennis Supplies that we offer, you can find kid-sized courts and kid-sized tennis equipment to get them started. Using a kid-friendly format offers immediate benefits that will have kids moving, rallying, playing and, most importantly, having fun.

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Tennis Court Essentials For Summer

Hot and hard-surfaced tennis courts can be brutal in the summer, but with some preparation, the right tennis court supplies and some practical tips, you can continue to safely and comfortably play your favorite sport throughout the summer.
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3 Essentials For Any Tennis Coach

3 Essentials For Any Tennis Coach

Tennis Coaches are always looking to improve the skill and play of their players with drills, exercises, practice and techniques. We understand that building up a tennis athlete and a team takes hard work, so in addition to carrying everything you need to maintain your tennis court, we also offer practice essentials for tennis coaches.
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What in the World is Pickleball?

What in the World is Pickleball?

Pickleball has been around for decades but has been gaining momentum and popularity in recent years. Pickleball is a paddle sport that combines elements from badminton, tennis, and ping-pong. It is lauded as a sport that was created for all ages and skill levels. According to USAPA.org, there are more than 15,000 pickleball courts in the US and at least one location in each state.


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Why Choose Us to Supply Your Court?

Why Choose Us to Supply Your Court?

With over 40 years of experience in tennis court construction, management, and equipment supply, we are your resource for all tennis court and pickleball court equipment and accessories.

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Rediscover the Red Dirt in Time for Roland Garros

In a few days, the culmination of clay court matches will happen in Paris at Stade Roland Garros. After weeks of frenzied and demanding plays in Monte Carlo, Madrid and Rome, professional tennis players head to Paris to participate in the second grand slam of the season, the French Open.
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What are the Benefits of Pickleball?

These days, you'll find more people getting into the game of pickleball, with the ages of players greatly varying. It's surprising to find how far the age gap is between pickleball partners these days. You'll discover a lot of seniors playing doubles with their grandchildren, which is definitely endearing.

Pickleball is like a combination of tennis and table tennis. It's gaining popularity because it poses sufficient challenge while not being as grueling as tennis. At the same time, you get to move more on an actual court as compared with table tennis.

So what are the benefits of pickleball?

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Just Hit the Ball

Just Hit the Ball

Whether you’ve been playing your entire life or just now thinking about learning, tennis is one of the best activities you can do for yourself. Not only can you play it at any age, but it also keeps you healthy physically, mentally, and emotionally.
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General Considerations for Tennis Court Lighting

Lighting is required for indoor tennis courts and outside courts when no natural light is available. It is important because it:

- extends the playing time of a court;

- attracts more coaches and players; and

- achieves an increase in revenue from court hiring fees.

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Clay Court Tennis: Changes to Expect and How to Deal with Them

Playing tennis on a clay court can be quite challenging, especially if you're not used to it. There are certain moves and tactics that will just not be as effective as when you're on the hard court. Hence, you have to practice and apply different strategies in order to play well and win.
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The Pros and Cons of The Different Types of Tennis Court Surfaces

Though one type of tennis court surface is predominate in the US, the fact of the matter is that cement, grass, and clay tennis court surfaces all have their own characteristics and pros and cons. 
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