Backboards & Rebounders
Complete your court with a practice area with a tennis backboard or rebounder. Tennis Court Supply carries Bakko, Rally Master and REAListic backboard panels in various dimensions. We also carry a full range of rebounder nets.
Bakko Backboards are manufactured to the extremely high standards needed to produce truly professional equipment. Over twenty steps are involved in the construction of each Bakko Backboard panel. Each is 4 feet wide, 8 or 10 feet high and weighs 80 to 150 pounds. These green fiberglass prefabricated panels can be interlocked to cover a virtually unlimited size and can be placed for any facility or application, attached to your tennis court fence posts or wall.
Bakko Backboards come completely finished and ready for play. All kits are complete with all necessary hardware for installation and come in traditional flat and single curved styles. The Bakko assembly kit holds the panels in a tight, unitized, side-by-side construction for seamless coverage.
Rally Master Backboards are the ultimate tennis partner and practice backboard withstanding whatever you can throw at it!
Rally Master Backboards are made of solid, flexible plastic that provides unmatched durability. They are virtually indestructible and can be used for a variety of sports including lacrosse, soccer, and basketball.
REAListic Backboards are high-quality tennis backboards constructed with or without an arc to allow players to practice their game with a more Realistic bounce. This makes them great for practice, and the can be installed in various locations to provide solo training for players.
Typically 16' wide (4 panels) and 20' wide (5 panels) backboards require 3 tennis fence post for attachment. A 16' backboard, if posts are standard, expose more channel and hardware. It is not as aesthetically pleasing. Typically 3 or 5-panel models have minimal hardware and channel exposure.
If posts are 8' apart a 16' wide backboard can be elegant. 20' wide backboards are very popular, especially in the 10' high series. Bakko feels a 12' backboard is adequate if only 1 person hits.
If occasionally or potentially 2 people may practice, a 16' backboard is recommended. If 2 people hit and elegance is important, a 20' backboard is a must. Schools and tennis camps sometimes purchase 6, 7 and 8-panel kits, several panels for a continuous wall.