Tennis Posts and Nets
Harrod Sport tennis posts are used in top level venues such as the ATP Tour Finals. All tennis posts are manufactured in the UK and conform to the European safety standard BSEN 1510. Tennis nets, umpire chairs, mini tennis posts and accessories complete the range.
Professional quality tennis court equipment
Safe, sleek and innovative
All Harrod tennis posts are independently certified and apply to European safety standard BSEN 1510.
Assembly is available on all net posts.
From refining designs and materials to improving safety, portability and easy storage, Harrod has prided itself on innovation for over 60 years.
With a revolutionary Ski plate design, Harrod's innovation continues with Integral Weighted Wheelway Tennis Posts, a complete solution for stability and ease of assembly on all court surfaces.
Regardless of the level you play at, all our tennis posts are prototyped, developed and built to professional standards of quality and safety in Lowestoft.
"Harrod manufactured tennis posts are supplied to the ATP finals in London each year. Harrod also supply equipment for ATP tour events in Qatar and Italy."
Types of net posts
Harrod's most popular freestanding steel posts are suitable for clubs and schools to use on all court surfaces.
Featuring a steel reinforced base and rubber pads to protect flooring, indoor posts are ideal for players of all abilities.
Socketed net posts are built to professional standards of quality and safety.
Harrod will assemble freestanding and weighted tennis posts and will assemble socketed tennis posts if the sockets are in place.
To help children between 3 and 10 years old get into tennis, the LTA offer a series of programmes designed to encourage development.
Mini Tennis offers four levels to help children progress at their own pace: Tots (3-5 years), Red (8 and under), Orange (8-9 years) and Green (9-10 years).
Designed to introduce children to tennis, Harrod's wheelaway and foldaway mini nets offer schools and clubs easy methods to set up and store Mini Tennis equipment.
The International Tennis Foundation rules require the following court dimensions:
Singles court: 78 feet (23.77m) x 27 feet (8.23m)
Doubles court: 78 feet (23.77m) x 36 feet (10.97m)
For younger players, the LTA recommend:
Mini Tennis Red Court: 36 feet (11m) x 18 feet (5.5m)
Mini Tennis Orange Court: 49 feet (15m) x 26 feet (8m)
Mini Tennis Green Court: 49 feet (15m) x 26 feet (8m)
Adult: 3 feet 6 inches (1.07m) at the net posts, 3 feet (0.91m) at the centre of the net.
Mini Tennis Green: 3 feet 6 inches (1.07m).
Mini Tennis Red, Mini Tennis Orange: 2 feet 6 inches (0.8m).
From wooden umpire's chairs to tennis training nets and freestanding benches for courtside, Harrod supply a wide range of tennis court equipment which is focused on improving players and their experience on court and in training.
If properly maintained, net posts can last for many years, but general wear and tear could reduce the life of your net posts.
To protect against this, regular maintenance is crucial. This includes regular checks of fixtures and fittings and the use of maintenance equipment, such as paint or spray, when required.
Harrod produce a wide range of tennis posts, nets and court equipment for all age groups, abilities and courts. Take a look at our range to find the right type for your school or club.