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N D A Grand Slam surface for indoor and outdoor tennis courts


ts are committed to the development ction of high quality sports facilities in n with the Governing Bodies of Sport th players and officials at all levels of ion to ensure the ultimate in g performance and enjoyment chieved.


● Plexipave and Plexicushion are the most widely used acrylic tennis court surfacing systems in the world


● We're committed to success and quality so we provide technical services to architects, engineers, club owners


● Plexipave’s long-lasting, all-weather durability ensures great financial returns year after year


● The Plexicushion system is the Grand Slam surface of the Australian Open and all products are ITF rated in three speed categories


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AMB Sports are committed to the development and construction of high quality sports facilities and surfaces to ensure the ultimate in sporting performance and enjoyment is achieved.


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For all kinds of sports and weather


Easily half the cost of conventional buildings Rapid construction


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