Full Scale Tennis - Compact Area
Reduced run-off around the Compact Tennis Court means you can enjoy full scale tennis within a smaller court. The Full Size Tennis Court features 21′ beyond the baseline, reduced to 10′ on the Compact Court. Regulation 12′ run-off beyond the touchlines is reduced to 7′. The playing surface including service lines and tramlines are the same as a full size court.
You can be sure that the Compact Tennis Court is a truly professional grade modular sports surface. Sport Court tennis courts have been used by the United States Tennis Association® for many years.
|Total Area||30.02m x 15.39m /98’6″ x 50’6″|
|Court Area||23.77m x 10.97m / 78′ x 36′|
|PowerGame™ Sports Tiles||4900|
|PowerGame™ Edging Tiles||300|
Unparalleled Court Safety
Both young tennis rookies and seasoned veterans can benefit from the unparalleled safety of a PowerGame™ tennis court. Thanks to patented Lateral Forgiveness™ and superior shock absorption, players are able to play and train for longer whilst reducing the risk of strains and injuries.
Vibrant court colours and striking hand painted game lines encourage participation in aspiring tennis stars.
The Compact Tennis Court is available ‘off the shelf’ in four fabulous colour combinations with bright white game lines. Get in touch with our design team to start creating your custom tennis court with varying colour combinations and unique personalised artwork and logos.
Advanced Lateral Forgiveness™ technology to reduce joint strain and fatigue
Demonstrates the lowest skin abrasion of any outdoor court surface
PowerGame™’s patented double-tier shock absorbing grid for greater cushioning
Self-Install for Immediate Play
The Compact Tennis Court can be laid by 4 people within 1 day. All courts purchased directly through the shop are delivered with durable pre-painted game lines and clear installation instructions. Check out the installation tab above for more details.
The court must be laid onto an appropriate sub-base to maximise the full benefits of PowerGame™ sport tiles. Review the Sub-Base tab above for more info or check out the Sport Court Process for details on court design, construction and installation.