Edwards 30LS Double Center Tennis Net Reviews

Tennis netting comes in a variety of styles and sizes. However, it takes technical skills to identify the best one for your game. I experienced a similar issue a few days ago, I could not decide which is best for me. I finally discover Edward 30LS double center tennis net after much searching.

For improved structural durability, the Edwards 30LS Double Center Tennis Net has five rows of double-center mesh. The headband’s vinyl coating gives the net more durability and visibility.

Edward 30LS Double Center Tennis Net

ColorBlack, White
Color FamilyBlack
MaterialFiberglass, polythene, Vinyl
Product Length42 ft.
Weather ResistantYes
Weight22 Pounds

Edwards 30LS Tennis Net will make your players feel like kings and queens when you install it on your courts. The net used at Wimbledon is this one. The most popular Edwards’ net, the 30LS, has a restricted 3-year guarantee.

A 3.5mm braided polyethylene net body, a thick headband covered in vinyl, fiberglass dowels, and a center strap are present. Only in 42′ length is it available. Your players will put in a lot of effort to become champions when they play on the Edwards 30LS Tennis Net. This net is the one used by professional players at championships.


  • 3.5 mm braided polyethylene net body, extra-strength
  • Because tennis balls contact the top rows of the net the most and cause net fatigue. The top five rows have double netting (double center mesh), increasing the durability of the net.
  • A headband with a vinyl coating and four stitches.
  • Steel net cable with vinyl coating
  • Vinyl-coated side and bottom tapes
  • To ensure a precise fit and prevent the bottom of the net from rubbing excessively on the court, it is tapered.
  • A pair of 5/8″ fiberglass dowels
  • Comes with a center strap
  • (42′) Standard length
  • A five-year restricted warranty

Installation Instructions

  • The net will span the entire court.
  • To accept the cable, check to see if your winder post mechanism has a hook or a hole.
  • Use the cable as it is connecting the loop to the hook if it has a hook.
  • If it has a hole, the internal mechanism at one end of the cable will cut off the loop. Leave some extra to allow for many rotations of the internal mechanism. Put the plain cable in the opening at this point.
  • Connect the hook halfway down the outside of the “dummy” to the loop on either side of the cable.
  • Set the cable/net at 38″ in the middle.
  • Through the end side tapes, insert the provided dowels.
  • Using the provided rope, secure the headband to the net post.
  • Using the accompanying black lacing cord, square up the net and fasten it to the post. For simple installation, lacing bars are found on most posts.
  • To receive the lacing cords, insert them through the side grommets on the net. If there are no lacing bars on the posts, give hooks or you can lace around the net post.
  • When the net is 36″ deep at the center line of the court, measure the depth of the net in the middle. Adjust the center net strap in the middle of the net.

Your installation is now complete. Your net is fit between the two poles with only a tiny gap between them, comfortably yet somewhat tightly.


What height should the middle of the tennis net be?

The International Tennis Federation’s Rules of Tennis stipulate that a net height is 3 feet in the center and 3.5 feet on either side. It seems simple, but there are several subtleties, especially when playing singles as opposed to doubles.

Is the middle of the tennis net shorter?

The International Tennis Federation (ITF) established standard tennis net measurements with a height of 36 inches (91.5 cm) in the middle and 42 inches (106.5 cm) at the posts. They positioned correctly because failing to do so might affect a player’s entire game.

What occurs during 5-5 tennis?

A player or team needs to win six games to win a set in a tiebreaker. One player needs to win the following two games if the score is 5-5 (5-all) to take the set. A tiebreak game is played if the set score is 6-6 (6-all).

Why do all of my serves to end up in the net?

When you serve, if your head slants downward, the ball will probably go into the net rather than over it. As you stroke, the ball, keep an eye on it. Make sure your head doesn’t drop because if it does, your shoulders will drag down. It will cause the ball to go into the net.

How tennis net is fastened to a post?

One loop end of the network cable is attached to the post cable hook/cleat on the dead-end post if you are mounting your net to an external wind post. Hook the other cable loop onto the crank assembly’s pin using the other cable, then start winding.

What size tennis court is the smallest?

Tennis courts are at least 120 feet long and 60 feet wide, requiring a total surface size of 7,200 square feet for each court.