Premier Court

PREMIER COURT

Premier Court is a surface that provides real impact-absorbing cushion and traditional hard court playability (ball bounce, ball speed and player footing) put to the test everyday and proven by the world’s best players.

The governing body of tennis worldwide is the International Tennis Federation (ITF). The ITF has established performance standards for tennis surfaces, as well as approval criteria for surfaces featured at championship events around the world. Both the United States Tennis Association (USTA) and the American Sports Builders Association (ASBA) refer to the ITF with regards to these standards and procedures. Additionally the ATP Tour also evaluates surfaces. Premier Court has been proven to provide the most cushion available (225% more cushion than the US Open courts) combined with virtually the exact performance characteristics (ball bounce, ball speed, player footing, etc.) as what has become the standard for hard court performance – the US Open courts at Flushing Meadows. Premier Court is a cushioned court that plays like a hard court.

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Ultimately, Premier Court provides results that no other surface in the world can match. One must ensure that if a comparison is attempted between Premier Court and a surface claiming to be an option or an alternative, these claims must be supported by facts. Premier Court’s performance is supported by testing results, as established by the ITF and play tested by the ATP Tour. Please contact us for the test results.

One very important advantage of Premier Court is that the Pace performance (speed of play) can be customized for slow, medium or fast to accommodate all skill levels of play.

All of these performance characteristics combined are the reasons why Premier Court has been the selected surface for Davis Cup Events, Federation Cup Event, ATP Tour Events, Senior Men’s Tour Events, WORLDTEAM Tennis Events, as well as Associated Professional Events around the world.

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