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Twisternet

THE TWISTERNET

World’s first pop up tennis net, Also acts as a rebound net!

Twisternet Limited is registered in England company number 0974 1751 TWISTERNET is a Registered trademark. VAT# 259019982.
Patents and Patents Pend. GB-B-2 521 490, US 15/100746, EP 14821831, WO-A-2015/092424, AU2014369450 Registered Designs 4037331, 4037332, 4037333 and US 29/535,332

TWISTERNET

The Twisternet is the most exciting portable tennis net on the market.
It’s the world’s first pop up tennis net.

And, it also acts as a rebound net!

EASY TO TWIST AND GO

TWIST 1

Twist 1

TWIST 2

Twist 2

TWIST 3

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TWIST 4

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WHY TWISTERNET?

QUICK

20 seconds and ready for play!

POP UP

Revolutionary design simply pops up and folds down

LIGHT

Light and easy to carry and transport.

FOLDS UP

Folds flat for easy storage

TIME

Spend more time playing!

REBOUND

Transforms into a rebound net for solo play.

TWISTERNET VIDEOS

WHAT IS TWISTERNET

HOW TO FOLD FOR STORAGE

HOW TO FOLD FOR REBOUND

REBOUND PRACTICE

HOW TO UNFOLD NET FOR PLAY

Marcus Willis

Marcus Willis, Wimbledon tennis player, says “I’ve been trying out the new Twisternet. It’s a fantastic idea because it’s lightweight, portable and simple to put up – so you can play tennis anywhere. This is great because it will encourage more people to take up tennis. I wish I’d had one when I was growing up.”

Marcus Willis Professional Tennis Player ATP

Rashid Ahmad

We recently used the ‘Twisternet’ at the All England Touchtennis Championships and were very impressed with its durability and ease of deployment. Most nets are complicated processes to open or put away and the Twisternet provides the perfect solution to this problem. It’s a fantastic idea and incredibly hard wearing. With a 30 gram ball hitting it at 120 kmh it still continued to impress.

Rashid AhmadFounder Touchtennis

James Pearce

“I love playing tennis so knowing that I can take a Twisternet with me and play anywhere is brilliant! It’s surprisingly easy to put up, it’s really light and it’s simple to put away and store. I’ve seen it used in the garden, the park and even a radio studio – that shows just how versatile it is. As a teacher too, I can see this getting the children outside more over summer and keeping them active, which is so important.”

James PearceRadio Broadcaster Brooklands Radio

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