The arrival of autumn represents the beginning of the indoor season. This means that you need to rearrange the clay tennis court before covering it with the press structure.

To ensure continuity of play year-round, indoor courts are the only solution. And with just a few light, non-invasive maintenance tasks, you can play on top-quality surfaces.

Here you can find all the products you need for maintenance and the possibility of renting or buying the tools we manufacture.We also offer maintenance service in toto, both for outdoor and indoor courts.


The operations to be acted on indoor or outdoor clay tennis courts are the same, with a few more tricks regarding indoor courts.

If you have not yet read our article on the maintenance of clay tennis courts, you can find it here.

The maintenance of indoor clay courts differs from outdoor courts in that heating makes the surface very hard, almost “cemented”. For this reason, it is necessary to work it with special machines.

As for milling operations of the turf, being very hard, a specially designed machine, such as the Arcut 2.0, is the best solution. It allows the maintenance operator to break up the court in a short time and with less effort than more “artisanal” methods such as rakes and picks. In addition, our machine’s cutting depth adjustment makes it ideal for both annual maintenance, which requires greater depth, and for less intrusive and more frequent operations.

Those who have covered courts are practically obliged to carry out the latter, to prevent cementing, so monthly interventions with a depth of about 1 cm are recommended in order to be able to play immediately afterwards. Because of the speed with which interventions can be carried out thanks to Arcut2.0, they can be implemented in a few hours, perhaps those when the courts are not in use.

Depending on the type of work done on the court, annual maintenance or daily interventions, you will need to wait different times before you can play on it. If you have simply removed unevenness in the turf or broken up a thin layer of hardening, once the regeneration is completed you will be able to play on it immediately. If you have added soil and worked to a greater depth you will need to use the roller to compact the soil, so the timing depends on the capacity of the roller.

With the Greenetiks roller, with an electric motor and enough weight to require only one pass, you will be able to play immediately after passing it. With traditional rollers it will be necessary to repeat the operations several times for 2 to 3 days.


During the maintenance of tennis courts, you may be faced with several difficulties that need to be addressed with the right techniques, let’s look at some situations.

  • Wet little but often: with the greenhouse effect created inside the pressostatic siaccumulate the water that vaporizes does not dissipate. Maintaining a proper moisture level serves to prevent the formation of depressions that could be created whether the court is too dry or too wet. In cases where potholes form on the playing court, it will be sufficient to simply scrape the surface, contribute the necessary amount of underlayment, and roll after wetting.
  • The right amount of underlayment: an abundant amount acts as a protective by delaying the cementing of the surface itself. Compared to uncovered courts, it is necessary to recharge with a larger amount of Sottomanto to restore pavement levels.
  • Gutters: before covering tennis courts, it is useful to make changes that will improve their winter use. Fall and winter bring with them thunderstorms and weeks of rain, gutters are useful to better drain rainwater into the ground, preventing it from pooling at the edges of the structure.
  • Covering the dry court: several factors can contribute to icing of the playing court. These include covering the court while it is still wet and the absence of heating to degrade the process. By working daily with the roller on the surface and adding soil and salt, excess moisture can be removed, limiting damage.