Har-Tru is the Answer
With close to 90 per cent of the top 100 ranked men and women having grown
up on clay, this surface is the undisputed player development fundamental.
Clearly there is no substitute for clay to learn, develop and maintain your game.
Yet Australia’s percentage of clay courts against total courts across the country is as low as 1 per cent. This compares to Spain’s 84 per cent or to Russia’s 75 per cent
So the question really is not “why clay”, but “which clay?”
Over many years, Australia has been frustrated with attempts to introduce European clay, discovering that is not suited to Australia’s harsh climate, with its vagaries of sun, wind and rain. In particular, the loss of surface in dry windy conditions has proven to be labour intensive and costly.
We need look no further for the answer. It is Har-Tru.
Har-Tru - ideal for Australian Conditions
Finally, a claycourt which is ideally suited to Australia’s climate and conditions.
Har-Tru, a proven global company for more than 50 years, has facilitated more than 40,000 courts internationally, including its implementation as a Grand Slam surface when the US Open was played on Har-Tru.
Har-Tru then harnessed world’s best practice to produce the acclaimed Hydrocourt.
Boasting the only proven self-regulating system that is totally adjustable to conditions and player preferences, the Hydrocourt is the ideal fit for the diverse Australian climate.
In the United States alone, nearly 2000 Hydrocourts have been built along with many more in Canada, England, France, Japan, Turkey, Yugoslavia, the Caribbean, Spain and the Middle East.
Now, at last, Har-Tru, and its flagship Hyrdrocourt, has arrived in Australia.