Keep your swing in form with your own Tennis Practice Walls. We can build them virtually anywhere, and they are a perfect addition for any existing tennis court, basketball court, or multi-court installation. Tennis, Basketball, Volleyball, Multi Purpose, & Other Courts.
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Each panel is 4 feet wide, 8 or 10 feet high and weighs 80 to 150 pounds. The backboards are ready for play when the pre-fabricated, completely finished, green fiberglass interlocking panels are affixed to your tennis court fence posts or wall. The Bakko assembly kit holds the panels in a tight, unitized, s i d e – b y – s i d e construction.
This setup is attached to two tennis court fence posts on a standard dimension tennis court (10 feet spacing between each fence post) Perfect for a single tennis player For larger backboards: 16 feet wide (4 panels) and 20 feet wide (5 panels) will require 3 tennis court fence posts to affix backboard.
Minimum adequate size is 8' high by 12' wide backboard (3 panels). Attaches to two tennis court fence posts which, on most tennis courts, are spaced 10' apart. Typically 16' wide (4 panels) and 20' wide (5 panels) backboards require 3 tennis fence post for attachment. A 16' backboard, if posts are standard, expose more channel and hardware.
Oval Tennis can supply tennis backboard hitting walls in a variety of size options to provide users with a an aerobic exercise for players of all ages and ability levels. Tennis backboards are the perfect solution when a practice partner is not available, as they are created to be reliable and challenging.
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