Top-Quality Court Construction in Richmond, VA
World Class Courts is a family-owned company specializing in tennis court construction in the Mid-Atlantic, for over 35 years. We also do multi-use athletic courts for sports such as pickleball, basketball, padel and more.
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Here’s what our customers are saying.
"I am the owner of a clay tennis court in Richmond, Va. In early spring much work is needed to get a clay court in perfect condition. For the past ten years I have chosen World Class Courts to get the job done. They use only top quality materials, they are thorough, detailed, and professional. I highly recommend World Class Courts."
Austin Brockenbrough III
“…a quick note regarding how impressed we were with Matt and World Class Courts. We had them do work on our indoor hard courts (resurface the base line areas) and our outdoor clay courts (resurfacing and lines). They were very professional, worked until the job was done, and the results were fantastic! We will definitely be using them again!"
Former Dir. of Tennis, Midlothian Athletic Club-MAC
"Matt and his team have provided service and repair for our outdoor clay courts. They are knowledgeable, responsive, punctual, and trustworthy. Above all, these people love the game of tennis- they are passionate about your facility…"
Mark R. Duncan
President, Burkwood Swim and Racquet Club
"Matt has been providing Salisbury Country Club with quality work for the past 6 years. Matt has done extensive work on our courts such as filling cracks on hard courts, painting, and opening clay courts each year. He has always been on time and has always provided very good customer service."
Director of Tennis, Salisbury Country Club
"Four years ago we put in a HarTru tennis court, after some research I choose the Magners at World Class Courts to install the clay. I found them to be professional and knowledgeable, and am very pleased with the court we now have. I would highly recommend them to anyone considering either building or maintaining a HarTru court."