Tennis – Grass Courts

Tennis Court Surfaces – Synthetic Grass Courts

APT’s tennis court surfaces are used in premier tennis facilities throughout the world. We offer various options to fit your tennis court needs, all utilising the latest technology. Our tennis systems continue a tradition of excellence, representing the most technologically advanced courts in the world.

APT’s Omnicourt, Policlay, and Supergrasse are our elite synthetic turf tennis court systems. These systems are used in premier tennis facilities across the world.

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Grass Court Brand Options

We have a range of brands and systems to suit your specific needs


APT Asia Pacific is the most vertically integrated synthetic turf manufacturer in Asia Pacific. All of our Supergrasse® products are manufactured using in-house, proprietary yarns that are extruded in our Australian and German production facilities. Further, all of our Supergrasse® systems use our proprietary hybrid emulsion secondary backing coating. You can rest assured that all key components are covered by APT Asia Pacific’s systematic product design and manufacture.



A favourite surface of ELITE tennis clubs and spectacular private residences worldwide, OmniCourt synthetic grass systems redefine quality. Made from the finest environmentally friendly materials, these professional-grade surfaces combine an aesthetically pleasing, natural appearance with incredible durability. OmniCourt delivers unsurpassed player comfort by providing firm footing and the characteristic of slide to enhance play and reduce injury. Specially graded top sand is brushed into the surface for even greater comfort, which can be adjusted for court speed and player preference.

Selecting the right system for your athletes

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The System for you is:

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The System for you is:

Supergrasse® ProBounce COOLplus® is the flagship of the Supergrasse® tennis range. It combines all of the latest in-house yarn technology including texturised monofilament for superior aesthetics and COOLplus® for reduced heat generation.

The result is a tennis surface that mimics the best natural lawn courts with much lower maintenance demands.

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The System for you is:

Supergrasse® Top 10 HP is a commercial grade tennis court system appropriate for tennis clubs. Top 10 HP uses APT’s exclusive high performance 1100 tex PE yarn for unmatched durability and resilience. Due to its pile construction, Top 10 HP is ideal for tropical and subtropical climates where pile crushing during installation is a concern.

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The System for you is:

Supergrasse® Court Turf is one of the best-selling tennis courts in the Asia Pacific region. It offers unsurpassed value for money and is aesthetically pleasing with a wide colour palette available. An all rounder, Court Turf is a multisport surface excellent for school and community courts. Court Turf is made from APT yarn technology designed for Australian conditions, requires minimal maintenance and can be installed over existing asphalt or concrete courts

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Number of hours per week your field will be used
  • > 10 HOURS
  • 10-20 HOURS
  • 20-40 HOURS
  • 60+ HOURS
This system is best used for:
If required, this system can be line marked for multiple sporting codes
  • YES
  • NO
This system is ITF Rated
  • 1 SLOW
  • 3 MEDIUM
  • 5 FAST
  • NO
This system will provide the following ball bounce
  • SLOW
  • FAST

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Every tennis court project is different, whether it be the location, the size of the project, do you require one court or multiple courts, there are many other factors playing a role in your project. With multiple avenues to navigate ensure you choose a professional contractor to ultimately help manage your project, one who is committed to helping you get the best solution for your facility. Contact our customer service team to discuss your facilities requirements and we will recommend an accredited contractor to suit your needs.

Yes, Supergrasse and Omnicourt does carry an Advanced Polymer Technology Asia Pacific Pty Ltd’s Warranty. The warranty is restricted to materials supplied by APT Asia Pacific only. It expressively excludes all other obligations or liability in connection with any matter or thing, the condition or quality of the Advanced Polymer Technology Australasia playing surface and further, including without limitation, damages for personal injury or damages related to lost revenue, increased costs, down time costs and all other indirect or consequential damages. If at any time during the Warranty period a client feels he/she has a valid warranty claim, and notifies us in writing, we will delegate a representative, within 15 days of the notification, for a joint inspection. If the claim is agreed as valid, then Advanced Polymer Technology Australasia Pty Ltd will carry out the repairs within a period of 30 days. Our technical and sales staff will be available at all times to advise on the care and maintenance of the surface or any questions you may have regarding our Supergrasse and Omnicourt product warranties should any need arise.

It is important to maximise the opportunity to achieve a courts life expectancy through an effective maintenance. Although it is generally recognised that synthetic turf has a major advantage over natural turf in respect to the reduced level of maintenance and need for annual field rejuvenation, there is still a need for programmed routine and special maintenance activities.

A new sand filled surface requires a settling in period during which the sand compacts below the top of the yarn blade and should be maintained at that level for the life of the court. When your surface is first installed it is essential that you store some spare sand in a clean, dry place.
The aim of grooming is to keep the synthetic fibre ‘blades’ free and open. This will enhance performance and improve drainage through the system. Sand may also become depleted in heavy traffic areas (along the baselines) and deposited elsewhere. You need to level out any hollows and hills.
Every week for 6-8 weeks using a wide Bassine broom, redistribute sand as necessary. Give your new sand filled surface a good heavy brooming (push don’t pull), working against the direction of the lean making sure the fibers are upright and the sand is distributed evenly.
The aim during this period is to achieve a consistent level of sand with 1mm to 2mm fiber exposed above the sand. After this settling period the heavy brooming may be limited to approximately twice per month.

Supergrasse and Omnicourt surfaces normally require only minimal maintenance. However, the amount of maintenance required will depend largely on the local atmospheric environment and court usage. Environments subject to heavy airborne pollution, such as dust, leaves, and traffic fumes, are classified as high maintenance areas. Low maintenance areas enjoy low levels of pollution and dust, such as indoor, and are classified accordingly. Contaminants and debris should be removed promptly. For specific cleaning and maintenance instructions please contact our friendly staff.

Each tennis court is different, it has its own unique levels of use, maintenance programs vary and local conditions contribute to the lifetime of a surface. If you are unsure or if your court needs a health check please contact us or an APT Accredited Installer to assess your court.

Absolutely, please speak to one of our friendly staff to obtain the necessary specifications for our Supergrasse or Omnicourt product range.

ITF Certification

ITF Certification - Getting your tennis court certified

The ITF Court Pace Classification Programme has been developed to assist purchasers of tennis surface products to determine the type and speed of surface most suited to their requirements. The ITF classifies surfaces into one of five categories according to its Court Pace Rating. A surface product included on the list of ITF Classified Surfaces is classified purely on the basis of its Court Pace Rating. ITF Classification does not imply any form of ITF approval or endorsement. Any manufacturer, contractor or facility owner may apply for classification and inclusion on the ITF list. The ITF reserves the right to refuse an application for classification of a surface that it deems is not suitable for the game of tennis, whether in relation to its test values or any other reason. To read more view the ITF recognised courts, a guide to products and test methods.