Court Dividers and Backdrops
The tennis court can quickly become a dangerous place when more than one court is in use. Tennis court divider netss hang between each court and protect players from wayward balls sailing across from other matches. Inexperienced players with wild shots could injure someone if there are no divider nets to contain their enthusiasm to their own court. Tennis court dividers hang from the ceiling and should touch the floor. This prevents tennis balls from rolling under the net, but can also cause wear and tear on the net where it drags. Higher end tennis court divider nets are manufactured with two foot sections along the bottom that detach and can be replaced for less than it would cost to replace the entire tennis court divider.
Indoor court walls tend to be the same color throughout the building and high speed tennis balls could get lost in the glare of indoor lighting. Tennis court backdrop curtains help players with ball visibility. Outdoor courts with lush foliage tend to camouflage the tennis ball, creating a hazard during a match between two or more skilled players as they slam the ball harder and faster. The blue or black background provided by a tennis court backdrop curtain can prevent some painful beaming and bruising.
Divider net & backdrop curtain installation
Tennis court backdrop curtains and tennis court dividers should never be attached to fence posts. Proper installation of your divider nets and tennis court backdrop curtains is important for life of your products as well as warrantee claims.