Tennis Courts

Tennis courts come in one size and one shape, but they do have vastly different surfaces. Each different surface can directly affect the way you play your game and how well you do. Everyone has their favorite surface to play on and you are probably no exception.

There are several different surfaces that can be put on a tennis court. The two most common types of surfaces used around the world are clay and hard courts.

The clay can vary in color from sands, to red, to green or gray depending upon where it is built and the supplies available in that region. The clay courts are nice and soft on the feet. There may be a few bad bounces on the clay courts but they are the best for playing as the probability of having joint pain or an injury is negligible.

The hard court is usually made from different materials depending upon the area of the country and if it is an indoor or outdoor facility. The indoor facilities are usually made from asphalt while the outdoor facilities are made from concrete. Both are usually painted with a textured, rubberized substance to help provide cushioning for the feet and more bounce for the ball. Due to the tough surface the risk of developing joint pains and injuries are very high. It is because the shoe sole matches up with the surface and gets stuck for around 2 seconds and then the body moves.

Olympic life of every athlete, Hockey player and Tennis player was 4 Olympics whereas now since last 15 years due to Synthetic surface it has come down to 2 Olympics maximum.

Other surfaces are also used. These include grass surfaces, but these are more costly to maintain, the ball does not bounce very high and it is harder on the knees. Synthetic grass surfaces are also being used—the material is similar to the Astroturf used on football fields in the United States.

The different surfaces do make playing tennis slightly different for each player. That is why some players prefer one surface to another. It might also be why some of the surfaces are different at major tournaments-making sure that everyone has a chance to progress into the finals without being hampered by one type of surface or another.

Getting a tennis court built at you farm

If you are serious about the sport and have the space in your farm, we can come in and build you a private tennis court. It would always be available for you to use, you would not have to make an appointment, and you would be the envy of all your tennis friends.

Plan a weekend tournament or have a tennis teacher or coach there to help teach some of your friends enhance their gaming skills. You will have more opponents available and will enjoy the luxury of having your own tennis court.

The Comparision

The Ace Surface is easy for body joints and Back compared to Synthetic Surface as Synthetic Surface Base is Cement or Tar, so the friction is not good whereas on ACE surface it does not pass on the jerks to the body joints and back so injury chances are very less or negligible whereas on Synthetic the injury chances are very high. Olympic life every athlete and Hockey player and Tennis player was 4 Olympics whereas now since last 15 years due to Synthetic surface has come down to 2 Olympics maximum.

Recurring injuries to the players has increased due to hard surface.

The synthetic surface matches up to the show sole and shoe get stuck for 2 secs or less and body moves and hence joint injuries.

The temperature on the Synthetic surface is much higher compared to the side galleries almost 3 degrees C, and compared to ACE courts 6 degrees higher as Cow Dung layer on Top gives more cooling effect, many must have seen in Villages Houses they apply Cow Dung on walls for coolness.

There will be few Bad Bounces on ACE courts in a set , no bad bounces on Synthetic Courts and also it looks better but not good to Body – wisely said attractive packing but content not beneficial. You should not just look at the Body Beauty but the Heart and Soul is more important.

Eco Friendly Courts and natural effect will be felt on ACE courts not on Synthetic…