Tennis Court Renovation

Your tennis court is not beyond repair.

Weather the problem is related to cracking asphalt, failing surface, low spots, bent net posts, fencing problems, lighting issues, or poor drainage – Renner Sports has the experience and knowledge to solve the problem. Our team will meet with you on site, explain all available options, clearly explain the pros and cons of each and follow up with a letter giving clear product descriptions and budget numbers.

We care deeply about your project and the long term success of the repair or renovation.

Below are some of the most commonly used tennis court renovation methods.

RSS.Reflex 500 Cushion

With an application geared toward newer, crack-free courts, this product is a seamless, durable cushioned surface designed with ultimate player comfort and safety in mind.

  1. Clean and prime surface.
  2. Apply 3/8” thick monolithic rubber shock pad using German electronic technology.
  3. Squeegee-apply multiple specially formulated filler coats to shock pad.
  4. Squeegee-apply two coats of textured acrylic color coatings.
  5. Mask and paint 2” white lines per USTA regulations.

Sand-Filled Synthetic Turf

A synthetic grass-like turf filled with colored sand to provide a controlled slide, this soft-court product provides comfort and safety in a surface that can effectively span structural cracks in existing substrates.

  1. Clean court, remove flora, sterilize and fill cracks.
  2. Flood court with water, fill water-holding areas to within 1/8”. Note: water-holding areas can only be eliminated when positive slope of a minimum of 1” in 10’ exists.
  3. Install synthetic turf rolls, seamed together and adhered to surface only at perimeter. Lines to be factory or field inlaid.
  4. In-fill turf with colored sand to within 1/16” of top.


An innovative product to effectively span cracks in substrates and provide a hard-court surface with cushioning properties, the ProBounce surface begins as a sand-filled turf system. Following placement of the sand, the surface is saturated with specially formulated latex binders to bond the sand to the turf.

  1. Prepare court and install synthetic turf as described above.
  2. In-fill with approximately 15 tons of sand per court.
  3. Spray-apply latex binder to saturation in order to bind sand to turf.
  4. Squeegee-apply two filler/finish coats of acrylic resurfacer.
  5. Squeegee-apply two coats of textured acrylic color.
  6. Mask and paint 2” white lines per USTA regulations.

Post-Tensioned Concrete

State-of-the-art for concrete construction, this method places concrete under compression from steel cables running through the slab to resist cracking and settling/heaving. Can be constructed on new sites or over existing tennis courts.

  1. Prepare site with fine grading of structural fill (for overlays of existing courts, select demolition to include edge, fence and equipment).
  2. Construct 4” post-tensioned concrete slab with ½” steel cables placed in a grid, both directions.
  3. Set fence posts in edge as concrete is placed to eliminate cold joints around posts.
  4. Hydraulically tension cables to 33,000 psi to place slab under compression.
  5. Install new fencing.
  6. Squeegee-apply one filler/finish coat of acrylic resurfacer.
  7. Squeegee-apply two coats of textured acrylic color.
  8. Mask and paint 2” white lines per USTA regulations.

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RSS Reflex 500

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