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Building a tennis court on a land in Poland


poland_
14 Aug 2013  #1
Has anyone on PF built a tennis court on their land in Poland?
Is it necessary to buy the all weather balloon to protect the court during the winter?
What surface did you decide to go for and why?
How much was your budget and what was the actual cost?
How much land did you use?

Thanks for the feedback.
Harry
14 Aug 2013  #2
What surface did you decide to go for and why?

Are there seriously any surfaces other than grass?
OP poland_
14 Aug 2013  #3
According to my research there are about 10 different types of surface for tennis courts, my kids want me to buld them a court at our dzalka, so it would be good to get some feedback.
smurf 39 | 1,983
14 Aug 2013  #4
Are there seriously any surfaces other than grass?

urgg grass for tennis?

Worst surface of them all, only those clowns in Wimbledon still cling desperately to their traditions.
did you witness all the injuries caused by the surface this year?

My best mate had a hard court back at home, I'd love to build one myself, but living in Silesia with the ground sinking every year because of the coal industry I cannot foresee it.

tarmac and a rubberised layer on top is the way to go.
Harry
14 Aug 2013  #5
According to my research there are about 10 different types of surface for tennis courts, my kids want me to buld them a court at our dzalka, so it would be good to get some feedback.

Grass is going to be by far the cheapest and easiest, plus it can be used for other things (croquet, for example, which is an infinitely superior game).

I reckon your best bet is going to be telling the kids that you'll start off by putting in a grass court for them and then see how much they actually use the thing: if they use it lots, you'll give serious consideration to putting in a hard court for them. Given the summer weather here and the fact that the court will only have fairly light use, you can most probably get away with grass permanently (my school used to have a few that lasted just fine even with lots of use and English summer weather).
OP poland_
14 Aug 2013  #6
Grass is going to be by far the cheapest and easiest

Cheap is always good. Here is a booklet I found if anyone is considering saviano.com/booklet.html


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