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USA Pickleball – Sport Court partnership brings more opportunity to expand the nation’s fastest-growing sport in Nevada


Sport Court is now the Official Modular Tile Surface Partner of USA Pickleball; Las
Vegas-based CourtBuilder sees big potential

LAS VEGAS, NV (January, 2023)– A recent USA Pickleball endorsement of modular surface manufacturer Sport Court brings a tremendous opportunity to grow the sport in Nevada, according to Sport Court Las Vegas franchisee, Miles Reynolds.

Effective Jan. 1, Sport Court became the Official Supplier and Modular Tile Surface Partner of USA Pickleball, the governing body for the sport. The partnership is a three-year effort with hopes to expand the sport across the country.

In 2022, Reynolds partnered with local pickleball organizations to donate materials and expertise to build courts for local Las Vegas schools. He will continue these efforts in 2023, and having this endorsement behind him will only make educating the community about the benefits of his courts that much easier.

“With pickleball’s growth, our business has seen more requests for community and backyard courts,” Reynolds said. “We need more courts in Nevada, period, to accommodate the growing number of players, and knowing that USA Pickleball is behind us will only help us to accomplish that goal.”

The owner says the endorsement also shows how Sport Court’s mission to provide safe, high-quality sports surfaces aligns perfectly with the fastest-growing sport in America. Reynolds is an avid pickleball player and has experienced first-hand the
modular tile’s cushioning effects and how it reduces joint stress.

“When you think of the difference between playing on concrete or asphalt as opposed to a Sport Court surface, it’s night and day,” he added. “Our pickleball modular surface is designed to replicate the ball bounce of an acrylic surface while adding safety benefits that help you avoid injury and play longer.”

Pickleball is often described as a combination of Ping-Pong, tennis, and badminton. It’s played with a perforated plastic ball on a court one-fourth the size of a tennis court. An estimated 5 million people play in the U.S. today.

“The game has helped me to stay physically active, and to expand my social circle because of the friendly culture that comes with it,” Reynolds said. “To me, this partnership feels very personal. I experience the joy of the sport together with the
benefits of the product I sell every time I step out on the court.”

To learn more about Sport Court Las Vegas or the national Sport Court endorsement, see