Tennis court prices - clear and simple pricing

We are completely upfront and transparent about the price of the tennis courts that we build.

Constructing a tennis court is not as simple as might be imagined. It is not a job for a local builder. A tennis court built to the minimum LTA-approved specification will include about 300 tonnes of high-quality construction material. It will also involve a minimum of 14 lorry loads of material delivered to your site. Typically, construction will take more than a month.

We offer great quality tennis courts at competitive prices, backed up by years of experience. All of our prices also include the supply and fitting of a turnkey post and net.

PLADEK£55,000 - £65,000 + VAT
SPORTURF£63,000 - £73,000 + VAT
TENNITURF£63,000 - £73,000 + VAT
SAVANNA£64,000 - £74,000 + VAT
OMNICLAY£70,000 - £80,000 + VAT

Please note that prices will vary according to the prevailing aggregate and material prices delivered to your locality and, obviously, the amount of earth-moving required. Please call us on 01832 272993 to find out more.

Found a lower price?

We know just how keenly competitive our prices are. Please bear in mind if you are given a lower price quote that your potential supplier is probably not quoting on a like for like basis. Cheaper quotations are usually based on inferior construction methods and materials. These include using less stone in the base, or using inferior quality stone - even using MOT Type 1 stone is no guarantee of a suitable base for a court.

Examples of poor construction we have seen include tennis court builders who have used soft stone, which makes the base unstable or stone containing iron pyrites - which eventually turns to rust. A good tennis court builder will have the infrastructure to maintain and support your court for years to come. He will also have the experience and skill to provide an effective and creative solution for placing and shaping the earth that is moved for your court.


Prices quoted here are for a reasonably level site on the minimum 150 mm foundation required for free-draining land. To see a full breakdown of costs for resurfacing a court according to its age and condition, see our plain language guide HERE.

Tennis court prices - guide prices from Elliott Construction


This is a popular choice for homes and tennis clubs. It is an acrylic painted porous Macadam tennis court that plays at a medium pace. It is a well-established and popular choice for home courts, clubs, parks and schools.

A single-coat Pladek / Macadam tennis court, including a fence, will cost between £55,000 and £65,000 plus VAT.

Pladek tennis court surface with obelisk fencing by Elliott Courts.


New Sporturf is a resilient surface that offers an excellent option for a range of sports. It is especially suited to tennis, netball and cricket and also good for basketball, hockey and five-a-side football. Play takes place on the fibre of the product, so it is ideal for tennis court and multi-purpose area upgrades.

A Sporturf tennis court including fence typically costs £63,000 to £73,000 plus VAT.

Elegant tennis court fencing from EnTC - Elliott Tennis Courts


Tenniturf is a high-quality carpet that is suited to a wide range of sports, including tennis, football and hockey. From a single private tennis court installation through to a new pitch installation for a local authority, university, football club or school, there is a  product that will suit every application.

A sand-filled artificial grass tennis court including fence typically costs £63,000 to £73,000 plus VAT.

Tenniturf tennis court surface from EnTC Courts


Savanna is probably the most advanced synthetic tennis court surface available.  It is a soft and durable tennis surface that offers increased cushioning under foot and consistent ball bounce. Savanna is a half sand-filled surface, that offers the benefits of keeping the sand away from the surface of the court.

A Savanna tennis court including fence typically costs from £64,000 to £74,000 plus VAT.

Estate fencing around a Savanna-surfaced MUGA


Omniclay provides an ideal surface if you want the characteristics of natural clay but without the negative aspects of heavy and costly maintenance. Omniclay courts are tested to ITF-approved standards for tournament play.

Its rapid drainage properties allow play to commence during wet conditions without the court’s characteristics being affected. Omniclay courts offer the same play conditions as natural clay, including ball bounce, typical traction and a natural look.

With Omniclay you get everything you would expect from a clay court - except of course the maintenance cost and effort of real clay.

A Omniplay tennis court including fence typically costs from £70,000 to £80,000 plus VAT.

tennis ball on a tennis court