Indoor Hard Courts. Wessen ITC has six indoor state-of-the art hard courts, available for play year-round. Our hard courts feature premium lighting, temperature controls and an incredible, bi-level clubhouse, situated in the center of the hard court area. The clubhouse features a rooftop viewing deck, pro shop items, kitchen area, vending snack items, enclosed seating areas and full-service private locker rooms.
Hard courts typically consist of a multiple layers of asphalt (although post-tension concrete courts are gaining popularity in the Northeast) that are coated with an acrylic coating system. This mutli-layer paint system seals and protects the asphalt, provides the necessary surface texture for play and supplies the court's color scheme. Hard courts are low maintenance and suitable for other sports such as basketball and in-line hockey. HARD COURT SERVICES
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Most indoor tournament “hard” courts are not so much “hard” as they are carpet. This may sound odd, but it doesn’t mean the surface is carpet, it means they take a sort of “hard court like” surface that they roll up like an enormous carpet and roll it out inside the arena.
Advantage of Hard Courts. Hard Courts are usually consider as all-weather courts and are low in maintenance and only require daily care due to inclement weather conditions. Hard Courts maybe left open all year long, therefore extending the playing season during favorable weather conditions.
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Hard courts, made of concrete or asphalt, are fairly common throughout the world. On these courts, the ball bounces relatively fast (slightly slower than grass courts), but also relatively high. The game is easier to control on hard courts because the bounce of the ball is quite predictable. That being said, on hard courts, players can practice applying all different kinds of strokes and spin for a more dynamic game.
A hardcourt is a surface or floor on which a sport is played, most usually in reference to tennis courts. They are typically made of rigid materials such as asphalt or concrete, and covered with acrylic resins to seal the surface and mark the playing lines, while providing some cushioning. Historically, hardwood surfaces were also in use in indoor settings, similar to an indoor basketball court, but these surfaces are rare now.
EACH SURFACE REQUIRES SPECIAL TENNIS SHOES.WE EXPLAIN TO YOU WHICH SHOE YOU'LL PLAY WITH BEST. The most commonly used surfaces are red clay (special tennis clay), natural or artificial turf (often filled with sand), or plastic-coated concrete floors – so called hard courts – as well as plastic pellet covered carpet (usually indoors). Two of the four Grand Slam tournaments (Australian and US Open) are played on “hard courts”, one is played on clay (French Open) and one on grass ...