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1. A tennis court made by laying a loosely-woven [[synthetic]] turf material on asphalt or concrete, which is then overlaid with sand; the sand fills in the turf material, providing a cushioned playing surface. See also [[Clay court]], [[Fast dry court]], [[Grass court]], and [[Nonporous court]].<br><br>
 
1. A tennis court made by laying a loosely-woven [[synthetic]] turf material on asphalt or concrete, which is then overlaid with sand; the sand fills in the turf material, providing a cushioned playing surface. See also [[Clay court]], [[Fast dry court]], [[Grass court]], and [[Nonporous court]].<br><br>
  
http://www.optic.or.jp/com/nisshoku_c/image/bo3en_l.jpg<br><br>
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http://www.10-s.com/site/tennis-supply/images/ClayTech_Court_240x156px.jpg<br><br>
A picture of a sand court.<br>
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A picture of a sand court.<br><br>
Source: http://www.optic.or.jp/com/nisshoku_c/nisshoku_c_e.html<br><br>
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Source: http://www.10-s.com/Your-New-Court/Choosing-a-Tennis-Surface#Synthetic<br><br>

Latest revision as of 12:33, 2 August 2017


1. A tennis court made by laying a loosely-woven synthetic turf material on asphalt or concrete, which is then overlaid with sand; the sand fills in the turf material, providing a cushioned playing surface. See also Clay court, Fast dry court, Grass court, and Nonporous court.

ClayTech_Court_240x156px.jpg

A picture of a sand court.

Source: http://www.10-s.com/Your-New-Court/Choosing-a-Tennis-Surface#Synthetic