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Innovative rebound walls to bring tennis to new audience


UK-based Rebo has launched a new tennis training and play tool that aims to bring the game to more people across the country. Inspired by claims from tennis legends such as Roger Federer and John McEnroe that practicing by simply hitting a ball against a wall repeatedly was a major reason for their success, the company has created a free-standing, angle-faced


Twickenham's winning solution


The England rugby union team fl oored most of the Six Nations opposition this season and new facilities provided by sports fl ooring specialist TVS Sports Surfaces undoubtedly helped. The company provided a variety of materials to help refurbish Twickenham’s National Fitness Centre including a plyometric sprint track, sled turf and heavy-duty Sportec Style tiles for its free-weights zone. It also supplied an innovative solution for both indoor ruck, scrummaging and line-out practice with synthetic turf with shock pad and artifi cial turf using a rubber and silica crumb infi ll.


rebound wall. A REBO Wall can be used for coaching groups and individuals, ‘cardio- tennis’ fitness sessions and for players that want to practice on their own. Constructed from free-standing, prefabricated 2.5m high by 1.2m wide sections that connect together, it features an angled rebound sur- face nine degrees off the vertical – which provides a more realistic arced flight to the ball compared to just using a brick wall.


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Kent Sports Centre at the University of Kent had a makeover with help from Escape Fitness. The functional training area boasts yellow and black Tech Sport fl ooring with Escape’s fl agship Octagon functional frame coloured to match. The ‘wet pour’ EPDM fl ooring offers a variety of colour options, to identify and defi ne different workout zones.


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The Belfry golf resort has selected SISIS’ turf maintenance machinery. The ‘Megaslit’ and ‘Multislit’ tractor mounted deep slitters will be used to maintain the greens, surrounds, approaches and fairways on all three PGA courses at the resort. Megaslit gives a deep, clean penetration and is designed for larger areas, while the smaller Multislit can be used on a compact tractor, minimis- ing the overall weight on the surface. They join The Belfry’s turf maintenance equipment fl eet of more than 200.


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