About

Max Sports has been a leading company in the supply of Tennis court equipment to clubs, schools and private courts for 25 years. We manufacture tennis court equipment as well as distributing Dunlop, Slazenger, Wilson, Head and Tretorn tennis balls & coaching equipment in the U.K. and Europe.

We are one of the UK’s leading suppliers of tennis nets and windbreaks and have a wealth of experience in providing for all tennis court equipment needs. We have built a huge number of close relationships with clubs that we have supplied for many years and are able to advise tennis clubs on all of the various products needed to run a successful tennis club; from centre net bands, swivel adjusters, net base weights. We have it all in stock and all at very competitive prices.

We pride ourselves on being a great choice of supplier for all tennis coaches. At Max Sports we have the lowest prices on pressurised tennis balls and have the best value range of coaching and training balls on the market. The Max range of coaching balls are made in the same factory, by the same people, with the same materials as the best brands and the highest quality balls on the market. The only difference is we sell them for roughly a third less. It doesn’t end there though, we also provide for all coaching equipment needs; from mini tennis nets, to coaching aids, ball baskets, ball trolleys. Max Sports is a one stop shop for everything that a coach may need.

At Max Sports we have a 30 day credit facility available for tennis clubs, we have secure online payment provided by Stripe and we offer fast and reliable delivery provided by DHL.

The founder, Peter Maxton as well as being a keen Lawn Tennis and Real Tennis player has been involved in the business for over 35 years.

Prior to setting up Maxsports he had been a director of both Bow Brand and Babolat. He is also the tennis specialist for Christie’s and equipment advisor to the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum, recently writing a book for the museum, entitled ‘From Palm to Power’, on the evolution of the tennis racket from the 13th century to the modern day.