Red Clay Tennis arriving in New Zealand | Local Focus

Red clay tennis arriving in new zealand | local focus

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Using red clay imported all the way from Italy, construction is underway to create two European club-style courts in the heart of Martinborough.

While red clay courts are common around the world, these will be the only ones in New Zealand.

Clay is considered the best surface for development because the ball bounces high and slow.

“The rallies are longer and you have to play better points to win the point.”

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