RedClay Tennis Court Patent: RCUSA, 'Clay Is Now The First Choice'

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RCUSA announces a new U.S. patent for the TF2 RedClay tennis court that virtually eliminates all previous water use and maintenance cost barriers for both indoors and outdoors. TF2 RedClay courts make clay economically feasible for any public or school facility, with the new technology adding a long-awaited option for promoting and growing U.S. tennis through clay court tennis.

'RedClay Tennis with TF2 is now both a very affordable sport and social activity. One we should rethink about teaching in schools,' said Brian Osterberg, CEO RCUSA.

RCUSA announces a new U.S. patent received by their German partner Sportas GmbH for the new TF2 RedClay tennis court that RCUSA believes will effect the way all tennis is marketed and played in the USA.

TF2 RedClay technology brings "real clay without the costs" to the USA tennis market for the first time. Used in Europe for several years, more clay tennis is repeatedly noted by the tennis establishment as the missing proponent of U.S. tennis development and all around growth.

"The TF2 RedClay court technology will change American tennis both indoors and out. It offers tennis in a completely new cost perspective due to ingenious German engineering. It won Germany's Best Innovation award in tennis, and we believe it will do the same here," states RCUSA CEO Brian Osterberg.

The new court patent is the core of RCUSA's nationwide business expansion. RCUSA is marketing the total rethink for all American tennis facilities. RedClay tennis will be touted as the new sensible alternative to contact school sports, and as the healthy lifetime activity perfectly suited to be introduced in schools.

Promoting TF2 RedClay tennis as a cultural and lifestyle addition, direct from Europe like soccer 30 years ago, will stimulate tennis growth by offering a safer school sport for kids, families and their communities.

An Indiegogo crowd-funding campaign is currently active for funding the national RedClay School Initiative for tennis pilot-projects under the name: New RedClay Tennis: Funding a Safer School Sport.

The TF2 patent entails a clay court with approximately 90% less water usage and maintenance outdoors and uses no water indoors. TF2 is the most recent advancement of 15 years of continuous R&D with RedClay courts by Sportas GmbH, who supplies the technology exclusively to RCUSA for U.S. distribution.

TF2 has the potential to take clay court tennis out of the realm of country clubs and private facilities and put it within the reach of most public schools and courts. TF2 RedClay courts eliminate expensive fixed costs associated with traditional clay, and also hard courts, typically made of asphalt or concrete.

Reservations for installations of the new TF2 RedClay courts are now being accepted at RCUSA LLC. Van Kalker Construction, Tennis Division, is the European-trained exclusive installing contractor for RCUSA.

Current WTA Coach Andrew Fitzpatrick, presently with WTA #96 Naomi Broady, states: "I'm very impressed with all the TF RedClay courts. They are exciting courts. They are more ideal than the French Open clay courts because the TF RedClay courts always stay in optimum sliding condition, and there is no maintenance required like traditional clay."

RCUSA LLC, a Michigan corporation since 2012, is the exclusive Tennis Force distributor in the USA. RCUSA's mission statement is to grow the number of U.S. tennis players who can play tennis for an entire lifetime as injury free as possible, while also enjoying the European RedClay tennis culture.

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