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Tennis Court Constructors are specialist contractors at applying bold line-markings to tennis court line marking. 

Applying bold specialist tennis court line marking paint is vital when constructing a tennis court and our experts can advise you on the best design and specification in order to achieve the best results.

Court line marking paints are available in many different colours including green, white, red, blue and yellow, with the colour usually determined by the colour of the surface.

Permanent surface line-markings are usually spray-painted in a skid-resistant anti-slip polyurethane or water based acrylic paint.

It is always advisable to use a different and contrasting colour when spraying line marking paints than what is used on the tennis courts surface.


The reason behind this is so it is easy to make the decision on whether the ball is in our out. Examples of tennis surfacing and court line marking colours include:

  • Green coloured slip-resistant asphalt surfacing with sprayed white line specialists markings

  • Red sprayed anti-slip macadam surfacing with spray-painted yellow line professional markings

  • Blue spray-coated non slip polymeric flooring with white, yellow or red line-markings

  • Dark green spray-painted tarmac surface with white painted tennis court specialist acrylic markings 

  • Dark blue spray-coated polymeric facility surfacing with bright yellow paint line-markings

Find out more regarding tennis court paints as well as specialists acrylic markings by filling out the enquiry form provided. Our specialists are able to give you all the information you need to get the greatest results. 


Coloured Line Markings

Spraying and painting coloured line-markings on tennis courts require expert skills, attributes and equipment and should only be carried out by a specialist contractor. By choosing the correct court line marking you are ensuring you get the job carried out to the highest quality and will leave you with a surface that meets the ITF, SAPCA and LTA guidelines and specifications.

Complete our quick enquiry form today if you would like to find out more about the installation process and the costs for sports line-markings.

Painting Tennis Court Sports Lines

As well as making sure your court line marking is bold and stands out it is also important your line-markings are the correct width and length. The Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) and ITF state that the typical size and dimensions of a tennis court is 23.77m x 10.97m with the width of the lines being 50mm however the baseline is allowed to be up to 100mm wide.

However, if your facility and its surrounding area are just to be used for recreational purposes e.g. in a garden, it's possible to reduce the size of the sports court to meet any design and specification you may have.

Line-markings are installed by spraying either polyurethane or water based acrylic paint, polyurethane paint is a moisture curing paint and is most commonly used on polymeric tennis courts. Polyurethane paint can also be used to apply the line-marking on a macadam surfaced tennis courts however the water based acrylic paint is most commonly used on this type of surface.

How to Line Mark a Tennis Court

If you are looking to reline your sport court, our experts can complete the following steps to line-mark your tennis court professionally:

  1. Clean the facility thoroughly to remove dirt from the surface

  2. Apply a moss and algae treatment to prevent contamination

  3. Paint the surfacing using an anti-slip coating if necessary

  4. Install line markings for tennis

We can carry out a range of maintenance services as well as relining your nearby facility.

Our local specialists have years of knowledge in the surfacing industry and can complete additional services including colour coating and minor repairs if necessary.

We can install line-markings in a number of different colours in order to meet individual requirements. 

Line Marking Specification

As mentioned previously there is a wide range of colours available to use when painting and spraying tennis line-markings and a specialist contractor with the specialist skills and expertise should be brought in to undertake these works. Someone who is not familiar with our specialist equipment and techniques of a sports line marker may leave your surface in a poor condition leading to a costly repaint to the surface to get it to the correct design and specification.

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For more information regarding costs and prices of line-marking please fill out the contact form and we will get back to you with some free, friendly and professional advice regarding sports line-marking.


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If you would like to have your facility relined or any other features we supply including fences, click here or please complete our enquiry form and we will get back to you with a free quote and additional details on the services we can carry out.

Our specialists will respond to any questions or queries which you may have regarding the installation of tennis court line marking paintand the costs of our services. 

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