RCUSA Announces 2021-22 Growing Shift to Red Clay Tennis

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RedClay USA LLC announces hardcourt tennis in America is shifting to clay at an even quicker rate in 2022, with the additions of their RedClay Pro® tennis courts popping up all over the country. The imported new court technology puts a new face on traditional European red clay, prompting Americans to change to the "best court innovation in 100 years", according to Fast-Dry Courts, of Florida.

RedClay Pro® porous base layer and permanent PVC lines.

No compaction of base clay layer - EVER. PVC lines are permanent, no need to touch - EVER. Topping is same as French Open topping, 2-3 mm.

RedClay USA LLC announces their continuing 2021-22 success in converting U.S. hard court tennis to the new RedClay Pro® brand court technology - - finally putting Americans on affordable real clay, away from body-abusing hard courts.

The latest addition of RedClay conversions in late 2021 is the River Crest Country Club of Fort Worth, TX. Tennis Director Rafael Omana states, "The RedClay Pro® court is becoming more popular every day with our members at RCCC. They love the true bounce, and the way their body feels after playing. It’s certainly easier on their joints. It has been a great experience. Thanks!"

With German partner Viacor/Porplastic GmbH, RedClay USA announces its real red clay court is increasing its foothold in American tennis, replacing traditional green and red clay courts that require compaction. With its unique patent-pending no-maintenance makeup, the court is the choice of the WTA Porsche Tennis Grand Prix for over 10 years -- plus hundreds of clubs and private court owners.

RCUSA proclaims RedClay Pro® to be the most affordable of ANY type of tennis court.

"We've now made our RedClay courts the least expensive to build, and keep in top condition for over 20 years, of ANY type of court," says RedClay USA CEO Brian Osterberg.

RCUSA claims a virtually indestructible construction providing 20+ years worth of red clay court play, without the associated typical upkeep of either traditional clay or hard courts.

Southern USA court builder Fast-Dry Courts of Florida claims, "The best tennis court innovation in 100 years!"

Palmetto Tennis Center in Sumter, SC, a premier 24 hard-court municipal facility which holds USTA, ITF and ITA tournaments, is now finishing eight new RedClay Pro® courts. It is the new "RedClay Capital" of tennis in the southeast, according to Osterberg.

Osterberg states, "The whole eastern U.S. tennis world is buzzing about Palmetto TC. We all know clay court expansion is long overdue in the USA, and this lets us rejoin the rest of the world in making clay courts the preferred surface -- not only to learn on, but also play a lifetime of tennis without joint issues forcing one to quit or switch to pickle ball."

Western USA installer Sport Build CEO Jeff Thompson of Oregon states, "RedClay Pro® is incredibly the best suited tennis court for both extremely wet AND dry climates. Its unique porous structure and limited watering out-performs any type of court. No puddles ever, and equally as amazing, can be left bone dry if not using."

Mid-west installer Star Trac Sports CEO Rick Dougherty of Michigan says, "This court is the finest court for tennis or pickle ball that we've ever seen in 40 years, and we're pleased to be part of the RedClay revolution. Kids love the slide, and adults are playing pain-free."

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