Tennis Nets

You don't have to be a professional or even be good to enjoy a tennis match with a friend. All you need is your essential tennis equipment, which includes a racket, ball and net. Sure, you could play without a net, but what fun is that? It provides a challenge to both players to serve a clean shot without touching the centre obstacle. A benefit to this type of activity is the cardiovascular workout you do while having fun. It's an exercise that has many benefits and very few drawbacks.


There are many types of tennis nets on the market. One style is the portable, foldable mini. It's a great way to learn the sport at home, in the park, or just about anywhere you have the room to hit the ball back and forth.

Rebound Partner

A lot of athletes learn how to serve by lobbing the ball at a wall instead of practising with a partner. However, a wall isn't always available, which is why a tennis rebound net is so popular among beginners. It allows you to play alone, in the privacy of your own backyard. Once you've mastered the art of serving, you're ready to show off your skills on the court.

Full Size

You'll find both branded and unbranded tennis nets available for purchase. For the most part, one is just as good as the other, but there are a few considerations to look for before deciding on a net for you. Check the thickness because the thicker the net, the more durable and the longer it will last. Another feature is whether or not it is braided. A braided net is stronger and will absorb more energy than a non-braided one, thus causing the ball to drop closer to the net instead of bouncing off of it. Not that you plan to hit the net of course.