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Courtmaster Tennis Net Features/Comparison

We are proud to feature Courtmaster® Tennis Nets. We believe they are by far the best nets available and provide superior quality that will last for years. In fact, our customers feel proud installing the best nets available for every court they recondition or build. If tennis courts are to be used regularly and be player friendly, they must look tidy, clean and well maintained. The cost of the best net is small compared with the cost of losing players due to poor court appearance. So be a hero to your customers by representing and promoting quality!

Courtmaster Tennis Net Durability

Most Courtmaster net models have double-layered headbands of coated/laminated vinyl, with built in anti-fungal treatment. The two layers of vinyl headband material are the heaviest in the industry. The polyester thread used by Courtmaster is the heaviest thread any double needle sewing machine can sew. It is the most abrasion-resistant thread with the greatest tensile strength of any headband thread used in our industry. Our headbands are sewn via a lock-stitch method, which results in the thread being much harder to unravel if cut. All Courtmaster vinyl headbands are folded under the at the bottom edge for a clean, non-frayed finish. The net bodies on all Courtmaster tennis nets use 1-23/32” size mesh vs. the industry standard of 1-¾” size mesh. The smaller mesh size guarantees that balls cannot go through the net, even under Top 10 men’s play. These top-of-the-line net bodies are braided polypropylene solid-core yarn, except for the four hand-woven double top six products. The braided knots are heat set to assure no knot slippage, and therefore the mesh holds its shape in all circumstances. All Courtmaster top net models come with 5/8” fiberglass dowel side stakes. Sidebands utilize 3” wide, 18 oz. non-glare black vinyl, which is folded under on both side edges for a tidy, clean-cut look. No other net supplier folds its sidebands under. Many tennis net manufacturers use 14 oz. vinyl sidebands and are anywhere from 2 ¼” to 2 ½” wide, whereas Courtmaster’s are 3”. They feature two rows of black polyester thread (the same quality as used in the headbands), lock-stitched on our sidebands. The net cable used in Courtmaster eight-top net models is 3/16” white vinyl-coated airplane cable with 3,600-lb. tensile strength, double clamped on deadhead loop. Courtmaster put a special feature on the winder end of the cables called a flexi-loop. This flexi-loop feature makes attaching the cable to the winder pin much easier as well as winding the cable. They are the only company in industry that does this. The bottom bands on all regular size tennis nets are 1-¾” wide while the Tidyfit net models use a 2-½” wide bottom band. These are all made of 18 oz. black non-glare vinyl sewn using two rows of black polyester thread, the same thread and the same lock-stitching used in the sidebands. Courtmaster folds the bottom band under on all five top tennis net models for that smooth, non-frayed look.

To help you choose the best net for your tennis court, we’ve made a side-by-side comparison/chart of our featured Courtmaster tennis nets.

Feature Championship DHS HVY Royale Revolution Tidyfit
Headband -Single layer18-oz. vinyl coated polyester
-Lock-stitched in 2 rows with white Dacron thread
-Double layer (23 oz. outer/28 oz. inner) UV and mildew resistant vinyl-coated polyester
-Lock-stitched with 4 rows of white polyester thread
-Bottom edges turned under
-Double Layer (23 oz. outer/28 oz. inner) UV and mildew resistant vinyl-coated polyester
-Lock-stitched with 4 rows of white polyester thread
-Bottom edges turned under
-Double Layer (23 oz. outer/28 oz. inner) UV and mildew resistant vinyl-coated polyester
-Lock-stitched with 4 rows of white polyester thread
-Bottom edges turned under
-Double Layer (23 oz. outer/28 oz. inner) UV and mildew resistant vinyl-coated polyester
-Lock-stitched with 4 rows of white polyester thread
-Bottom edges turned under
Net Body -2.8 mm twisted polyethylene
-14 oz. vinyl side and bottom bands
-Lock-stitched with 2 rows of black polyester thread
-3 mm braided polyethylene
-½” fiberglass dowels
-Available for singles courts in 33’ or 36’
-Heavy-duty 3.5 mm net body
-5/8” fiberglass dowels
-3 mm net body in Black or Dark Green
-Hand-knotted double top six rows
-4mm braided polyester body- 5/8” fiberglass dowels
-41’6” x 3.5’ at post, 3’ H at center strap
Features -41’ 6” long
-46’ uncoated 1/8 in. cable
-41’ 6” long
-46’ coated cable
-3 yr. warranty
-41’ 6” long
-46’ coated cable
-5 yr. warranty
-41’ 6” long
-46’ coated cable
-5 yr. warranty
-41’ 6” long
-46’ coated cable
-5 yr. warranty
Weight 13 lbs. 23 lbs. 22 lbs. 24 lbs. 34 lbs.
Price $99.99 $149.99 $159.99 $169.99 $199.99

Anatomy of a Courtmaster Tennis Net

The following diagram of a Courtmaster Tidyfit Royale Tennis Net highlights the various features that are important in selecting a net. Features such as the cable, the net body construction and the side bands are all important and play a role on how long your tennis net will last and how well it will stand up to the elements.

Anatomy of a Courtmaster Tennis Net

Do It Tennis offers several different Tennis Nets from which to choose. You will find a larger selection of similar items in our Tennis Court Equipment category.

If you still have questions about what to look for when choosing a Courtmaster tennis net, or have any other tennis court maintenance related questions, please don’t hesitate to call our court equipment specialist, toll free at (866) 900-3648 or return to our Buyer’s Guide page for more information.