1. Surface Cracks: Surface cracks can be caused by weather or heavy usage and can affect the playability of the court. If the cracks are extensive, it’s time to repair or resurface the court.
2. Uneven Surface: An uneven surface can cause ball bounces to be unpredictable and make it difficult to play. If you notice any areas of the court that have sunk or raised, it’s time to repair or level the court.
3. Poor Drainage: Poor drainage can cause water to pool on the surface of the court, leading to a slippery and dangerous playing surface. If you notice any standing water on the court after a rainstorm, it’s time to repair the drainage system.
4. Discoloration: Discoloration can be a sign of exposure to sunlight or other environmental factors. If the court is faded or discolored, it may be time to reseal the surface to protect it from further damage.
5. Worn-out Line: If the lines marking the court are worn or faded, it’s time to repaint them. This will ensure that the court meets regulation specifications and makes it easier for players to keep score.
Keeping your tennis court in good condition is important to ensure a safe and enjoyable playing experience for all. If you’re unsure whether your court needs repairs, it’s best to consult with a professional.
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