Wimbledon is the oldest tennis tournament in the world and is formally known as The Championships. It is currently two days away from ending and the team here at Great Grass are ready to tell you all about the possibilities artificial grass can bring to your tennis game plan. Check out these reasons to have an artificial turf installed on your tennis court…

  • Artificial grass is known for its lack of required maintenance and the owners of a tennis court with a turf will only need to arrange to have the grass brushed regularly in order to ensure the fibres are straight and there is no debris build up. On the other hand, a real grass will need to be mowed, watered, fertilized and tended to on a very regular basis in order to make it play worthy. This is time consuming and requires a lot of manual labour.


  • A good quality artificial turf has a relatively long life span. In fact, many are said to last for around 7-10 years with the correct maintenance. This means that matches can continue whatever the circumstances because the grounds are less likely to be affected like real grass.

Artificial grass began its life on the fields of American football stadiums so it’s only right to think that it can be beneficial in other sporting circumstances. For more information on the range of services we offer, get in contact with a member of the Great Grass team today!