Natural Grass Tennis Courts
When constructed and maintained properly, a grass court can provide an extremely fast game with a minimum amount of impact to the joints. A tennis ball hit onto a grass court has a low, fast bounce, although the speed of the court can be adjusted somewhat by varying the cutting height of the grass. The court does not retain heat as much as other surfaces and its surface is free of glare.
Because climate and soil conditions have a great deal to do with the success of the court, the grass surface is not practical for all areas. Also, daily care and regular maintenance are necessary, and include such activities such as watering, top dressing, fertilizing, mowing, and reseeding or sodding the worn parts of the court.
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