Hey, everyone occasionally needs quick answers, and people who want to know about tennis courts are no exception. But how do you know which information is correct? Everyone has a different answer and let's face it, the Internet can be a great place for information -- and misinformation. So how to get those answers on pressing tennis court questions?
Come to the website of the American Sports Builders Association (ASBA), www.sportsbuilders.org, and check out the Frequently Asked Questions, or FAQs. Here you'll find answers including:
· The correct dimensions of a tennis court
· The correct slope
· Recommended colors
· How many courts are recommended for specific populations
· How much space is needed in order to build a tennis court
· Net height -- and more
There are even a few suggestions for possible answers to the always-puzzling question of how many tennis courts (and what types) there are in the U.S. And since ASBA is the trade association of contractors, suppliers and designers of tennis court facilities and equipment, you know you're getting the information right from the source. It's an urban myth-free zone.
Go to www.sportsbuilders.org, and from the top toolbar, click on FAQs. You'll find answers to your tennis questions (and other sports facilities, including running tracks and playing fields).
Posted: 9/27/2010 4:54:49 PM by
Lauren Lynch | Filed under: courts, dimensions, height, length, lines, measurements, net, number, planarity, population, size, surface, surfaces, types, varieties, color