Tennis Equipment Brands
Do It Tennis supplies the leading brands of tennis court equipment. Whether it is a Douglas tennis net, Babolat stringing machine, a Courtmaster tennis net post, or the various maintenance products that facilities need to keep court surfaces and fixtures in good repair can be found here.
Babolat Stringing Machines
It’s tough to match the superiority of Babolat stringing machines like the Sensor Duel and Star 5 electronic models that allow pro shops to quickly string large numbers of racquets. The company that invented natural gut tennis string also makes temporary nets for mini tennis and badminton courts.
Bakko Tennis Backboards
One of the best ways that a player can improve swing mechanics is to train with a backboard. The innovative design of the curved models of Bakko Backboards make the ball play more like a return shot. Traditional flat boards are also available as well as tennis rebound nets.
Courtmaster Tennis Court Equipment
Perhaps the most prolific maker of tennis court equipment, no company is more aptly named than Courtmaster. The list of products include tennis net posts, tennis nets, tennis benches, golf carts and ballhoppers, but that list does not even begin to describe the many products they offer.
Douglas Tennis Nets and Posts
If you toured the many tennis facilities in the U.S. you’ll find that many of them use Douglas tennis nets. No surprise there. This tennis court equipment company has earned a reputation for making quality products that last longer. It’s no wonder they are a favorite of many facility managers. Douglas also makes tennis net posts and accessories.
Dunlop Tennis Balls
For nearly 100 years, Dunlop made quality bicycle and auto tires. They applied that same know-how in the manufacture of tennis balls and are a global leader in supplying them. Choose from basic three-packs to 12-packs on up to 48-ball buckets, which are great for any instructional setting.
Edwards Tennis Nets and Posts
It’s tough to beat Edwards, the official supplier of Wimbledon. Tennis nets, tennis posts and other tennis court equipment accessories are their expertise and considered top-notch products in the industry. Adding Edwards tennis court equipment to any tennis facility will make management seem like experts as well.
Gamma Tennis Court Equipment
No company can match the variety of tennis court equipment that Gamma makes. A look at a few of their products shows just how eclectic their product line is; stringing machines and tools, tennis nets and posts, score card displays, ball machines and squeegees are only a few examples of what the company provides.
Head Tennis Court Equipment
The focus of Head’s tennis court equipment is on temporary netting and drill products, mostly for juniors. The 18 foot wide nets they make are great for juniors who are not ready to play on a full size regulation court. The drill products include markers and cones to help instructors teach the basics.
Hoag Tennis Ball Hoppers
This company specializes in ball retrieval and storage. The simplest product they offer is a ball tube that holds 21 balls. For larger scale use, the basket-style hoppers come in 50 and 72 ball capacities. When the court seems to be covered in tennis balls, the best bet is their tennis ball mower, with a capacity of 300 balls.
Lobster Tennis Ball Machines
The tennis ball machines that Lobster makes serve a variety of skill levels. Novices can use simple machines that fire off the same shot every time while elites can work out with a machine that is programmable and delivers a variety of shots at different speeds and trajectories. You no longer need extension cords as many models come in rechargeable versions.
Macgregor Tennis Nets
Some facilities are on a budget and need to save money wherever possible. They may only be used for tennis a fraction of the time, making a ‘bulletproof’ tennis net overkill. Macgregor provides tennis nets to serve this segment of the market with their affordably priced collection.
Nova Tennis Court Paint
Specializing in resurfacing products, Nova has developed surface sealants that are durable but avoid some of the environmental problems that other sealants containing asbestos, lead or mercury have. To the layman, constructing a tennis court seems to consist of nothing more than laying down asphalt and painting the surface. Not if you want it done properly. Nova provides the primers, topcoats and coatings to do the job. You don’t want to have to resurface the court again anytime soon, do you?
Oncourt Offcourt Tennis Backboards
Providing rebounds that more accurately simulate the behavior of shots in a game is the objective of Oncourt Offcourt’s curved and tilted design on their tennis backboards. Practice alone does not make perfect; quality practice does. The innovative design of these backboards gives users higher quality training.
Penn Tennis Balls
An iconic supplier of tennis balls, Penn provides balls in 3 packs, 12 packs and 48 ball buckets for ball machine or instructional training. Balls come pressured or pressureless and in soft foam for beginners.
Playmate Tennis Ball Machines
Providers of some of the most sophisticated programmable tennis ball machines, Playmate has designed machines that are as close to training with an opponent without actually having one. Their top-of-the-line Genie can be set up for remote use. You can set up drill programs or random programs. There is also a Serve Lift that helps players practice returning serves, a feature that many have wanted for years.
Prince Tennis Court Equipment
Lockout and electronic stringing machines, tools and accessories as well as temporary netting for juniors make up the tennis court equipment provided by Prince.
Putterman Clay Court Equipment
Many of the tennis court equipment items needed to operate a clay court are provided by Putterman. Drag mats, court covers, rollers and shoe cleaners. They also supply umpire chairs and court benches.
Rally Master Tennis Backboards
Confident in the quality and durability of their backboards, Rally Master not only recommends them for tennis training, but also for lacrosse, soccer and basketball. The walls come in flat or sloped versions and in sections four feet wide and 10 feet high. Set up a wall anywhere from three sections wide to as many sections as you want.
Sports Tutor Tennis Ball Machines
The company’s name accurately describes their function as a supplier of tennis court equipment designed to improve an athlete’s skills. Their selection of ball machines run the gamut from simple machines that help beginners develop basic strokes to professional grade machines for elite players and from machines for personal use to large machines suitable for clubs or larger groups.
Suntrends Benches and Awnings
With their selection of benches, Suntrends provides practically any seating a facility would need. They make simple benches, double sided benches and a variety of benches with shades and awnings for hotter days. No matter how a tennis facility is configured, Suntrends has the bench and seating solutions that work best.
Technifibre Stringing Machines
For a professional racquet stringing operation, it’s hard to beat the company that has been the official stringer of the French Open since 1988, Technifibre. Their TF-8000 is the industry’s top-of-the-line model with time saving features, ergonomic electronic keypad and electronic string measuring device that saves string. While the TF-7000 and TF-6000 do not have quite as many features as the TF-8000, they still have the basic functions that a large scale professional stringing operation would need.
Upbucket Tennis Ball Hoppers
Like washing the dishes after a big dinner, no one likes to pick up tennis balls after a round with the ball machine. Fortunately, Upbucket provides ball retrievers that make the necessary cleanup more bearable. They even provide a model with a cart that eliminates the need to repeatedly bend when you need to grab a tennis ball.