How do you build a tennis backboard?

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Tennis backboards are used so you can hit the tennis ball at it and it come back to you for practice. You can do this with someone or all alone with a backboard. You need to figure out the dimensions that you want to get started. Follow this link for more information: www.tennisresources.com
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1. Use plywood for your basketball backboard because it's cheap and easy to find. You can also use a sturdy square of Plexiglas or plastic. Obviously you need something sturdy enough
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According to Rally Master, a tennis backboard should be a minimum of 10' x 16' for one player, so if eight players used it simultaneously, you would need 10' x 128' of backboard area
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If you have the plot of land, you it's $60-80K (depending on type of soil/climate & type of surface - concrete is less expensive/easier to maintain than clay, etc)
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The biggest thing is to have it braced in a way that it will not have much give to it. You can use at least 1¼” steel or aluminum square tubing to make the frame and
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Building a tennis backboard does not have to be difficult or pricey. It is a great thing to build for your kids so they can practice their tennis on their own. For more information look here: Backboard plans www.freepatentsonline.com;
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