Traditional fabric headbands.
Wipe clean headbands.
Traditional fabric headbands with additional stitching for extra strength and longer life expectancy.
Wipe clean headbands with additional stitching for extra strength and longer life expectancy.
sportsequip.co.uk supply the UK's most extensive range of standard 42' doubles tennis nets, including types as used at major events such as Wimbledon, The Olympics, the US Open and many other ATP and WTA events.
All of our tennis nets are supplied complete with an integral plastic coated steel headline wire with loop and pin ends for fixing to an anchor post and into a British winder mechanism.
Singles tennis nets and a made-to-measure custom net service are also available.
Choosing the right tennis net
Two of the main decisions to make when choosing a new tennis net are the headband type and the net thickness.
Headbands (the white band that runs across the top of the length of the net) are available in either a traditional cream / white 'canvas' material or a wipe clean vinyl material. Each has their own benefits, such as aesthetics, maintenance or durability. Find out more on our net buying guide.
Netting thicknesses - Tennis nets are manufactured in a range of thicknesses, from 2mm to 3.5mm. The thicker the netting, the more durable the net. Some tennis nets will also offer either standard double stitching along the headband or alternatively stronger quad stitching for heavily used courts, further increasing durability of the net.
Contact our sales office for further details on 01858 545789.
Headband Stitching Options
Over time many tennis nets fail because the stitching holding the net to the headband breaks. In most cases the whole net is tired and ready for replacement, but if this is all that has happened, it is frustrating to feel that the net is otherwise ok and it should have lasted longer. This is the time to consider a 'quad stitch' replacement.
Other Available Options
Have a question?
We understand that buying a new tennis net can be complicated!
You can find more information on our blog, or simply call us for expert advice on 01858 545789.