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Time Saving Artificial Grass Cleaner

Cleaning artificial grass pitches and courts is a time consuming, cumbersome yet vital task for groundsmen and club managers. If you have responsibility for keeping an artificial grass court or pitch clean, read on to learn how you save time with two professional tools.

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Red Clay for Tennis Courts

Natural red clay tennis court surfaces are the most popular tennis court surfaces in Germany. As a company with a German partner, we can supply you with all the equipment necessary to look after your real red clay tennis court. We also supply the red clay itself.

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Tennis Court Cleaning Explained

60% of the UK’s tennis court surfaces are macadam hard courts (tarmac). These courts are so popular because they are low maintenance and relatively low cost to build. This article explains what a regular tennis court cleaning regime for a macadam hard court should look like throughout the year.

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Looking for a Drag Brush or a Drag Mat?

Finding the right drag brush or drag mat for your club’s needs is important. Drag brushes for clay courts are different from those for artificial turf or sand infilled indoor courts. Our range has just become even more comprehensive. We have added two new drag brushes and one new clay court drag mat to offer a mat and a brush for every need.

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The Tennis Court Divider

Tennis court dividers eliminate play interruption – and even injury – by balls from neighbouring courts. However, they are now being adopted by many tennis clubs to help comply with social distancing rules and to reassure members that playing tennis at their club is safe. What do you need to know before you buy?

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Mini Tennis Nets Compared

We are comparing our budget BIMBI mini tennis net with our mid-range QUICKFIX mini net. Watch our two short one-minute product videos to help you select the mini net most suitable for your needs.

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Premium Match Pointer: Product Launch in 2020

Our new Premium Match Pointer has score discs which are physically altered making silicon application redundant. This version is totally maintenance free, even when left outdoors and exposed to heavy rain for a long time.

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Tennis Net Posts Explained

Tennis net posts come in a range of materials, shapes, colours and with different winding mechanisms. Which net post is right for your tennis court?

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Tennis Court Windbreaks Buying Tips

Tennis court windbreaks are more and more popular in the UK. Windbreaks can greatly enhance player experience, and so club members are beginning to expect them rather than considering them ‘a nice-to-have’.

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Clay Court Drag Mat or Drag Broom?

Synthetic clay courts need regular maintenance with a drag brush and a drag mat. But how much dragging and brushing is actually necessary? Do you need a drag mat and a drag broom and how should each be used?