We contracted Sovereign-Sports to resurface our tennis court. They did a great job – our court looks fantastic! Thank you
Excellent work ethic. Highly recommended!
Our new MUGA surface is brilliant. High quality and the kids love it. Thanks again for your hard work
Why Choose Sovereign Sports?
We are a family-run business who have constructed high-quality tennis courts and installed a range of sports surfaces for over 35 years. We are specialists in MUGA surfaces and provide a full service including maintenance, floodlights and fencing.
- Working in South-East England since 1970
- Competitively priced & full guarantee
- Over 35 years experience
- Family run & friendly business
Frequently Asked Questions
- What areas do you work in?
No matter where you live in the UK, our team can help. We have many years’ experience providing tennis court construction, maintenance and resurfacing services for private homes, tennis clubs, schools and more across the country. Over the years, we have helped to build tennis courts and other surfaces in East Sussex, West Sussex, London, Kent and major towns and cities in the UK. For more information on where we work, click here.
- How much does it cost to build a tennis court?
The cost to build a tennis court depends on a wide number of factors. This includes the size of the court, the type of material you would like to use and construction costs. Once we have carried out an initial site visit, we can then discuss your requirements and provide our expert advice. Then we are then able to provide you with a free, no obligation quote on the costs and for the work involved.
- How long will it take to build or resurface my tennis court?
A standard tennis court on a reasonably flat surface typically takes between 6-8 weeks to create, including the macadam curing period prior to the painting. Of course, tennis court construction and resurfacing can vary in time depending on the size of the court, the materials used and the flatness of the area. Our team will be able to provide a full assessment of the time it will take to complete your project after our initial inspection.
- What is the best way to keep my tennis court maintained?
To keep your tennis court surface in excellent condition, we advise carrying out regular maintenance on it. This includes keeping it clear of leaves, pine needles and other rubbish on a weekly basis. We also recommend power washing your court every 12 to 18 months. Tennis courts and other surfaces that are surrounded by trees or buildings may need cleaning and power washing more often to keep your court in the best possible condition. Depending on the type of surface material, you may have to maintain it in differ ways. If you would like more information on tennis court maintenance, click here.