The Best In Tennis Court Branding
Most commonly seen at tennis facilities are chain-link fences, California corners, or ‘V-fencing’ which divide the courts and cut down on stray balls. However, many facilities don’t have the time or money to construct either of those options. Plus, where will tennis be played in the meantime? There had to be a better option…
The free-standing Court Divider was born.
Now facilities across the country can experience the benefits of reduced “lets” and stray balls with the added ability to promote their school, brand, or sponsors, without reconstructing their courts and saving thousands of dollars.
Q. Is it safe to have the dividers on our courts?
A. Absolutely! The dividers extend 4.5 feet from the baseline fence, leaving plenty of room between the dividers, baseline and players.
Q. What are the court dividers made of?
Q. Are the court dividers allowed on our courts during USTA sanctioned events?
Q. How well do the court dividers stay in place?
Q. Are the court dividers difficult to move?
Q. When will I get my court dividers after placing an order?
Q. What if I don’t have a print-ready logo file?