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Vermont Tennis Net & Posts (Custom Package)

Complete Tennis Court Package. Everything you need for a new tennis court. Includes net, posts, sockets, net strap & fixing point.

£659.99

£264.99

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Tennis Net and Posts | Complete Package

Everything you need for a new tennis court in one purchase. Package includes: Tennis Net, Tennis Posts, Centre Strap & Ground Anchor
Package Contents:
  • Tennis Net - Twine grades available: 2mm, 2.5mm & 3mm, 3.5mm in high tensile braided twine
  • Tennis Posts - Choose from round or square tennis posts (No Price Difference)
  • Ground Sockets - 14" in depth and supplied with covers
  • Tennis Net Strap - To regulate tennis net height for official competition use
  • Fixing Point (for centre strap) - Choose from ground anchor (hard courts), M-Peg (grass courts) or 5kg base weight (hard courts)

To order, simply select the configuration of posts, net and fixing point from the above choices.

What's the difference between square tennis posts & round tennis posts?
There is no performance difference between round and square tennis posts. The only thing to be mindful of is whether they are going to placed in pre-existing ground sockets with a square or round profile.

Which do I need: ground anchor, M-Peg or base weight?
A ground anchor is the best solution for new hard courts. This is 6" deep and set into the surface when it is laid. It can also be used on grass courts but will have to be concreted in place. A better option for grass courts is an M-Peg, this is simply pushed into the soil and the centre strap attaches on. A base weight is used on hard courts where there is no ground anchor present, using a base weight saves disturbing the existing surface.

For any advice, simple or in-depth, please contact our friendly customer services team.