Rule 34 defines the dimensions of the doubles tennis court. For practical purposes the vast majority of tennis courts are built to doubles dimensions, which allows for both singles and doubles. The ITF Rules also define that the width of all lines on the tennis court shall be a minimum of 2.5cm and a maximum of 5cm except the baseline, which may be 10cm, and the centre service lines and centre mark, which shall be 5cm.
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Tennis Court: 30m x 15m (minimum Court size) 33m x 16m (most popular home size) 34.8m x 17.1m (regular club size) 36.6m x 18.3m (competition size) 40.3 x 20.1m (stadium size)
The court. The court is 23.77m long and for singles matches, 8.23m wide. For doubles matches the court is 10.97m wide. The court is divided into two equal areas by a net suspended by a cord or metal cable attached to two net posts. The net is 1.07m high and is fully extended to that it fills the space between the two nets posts.
The tennis court is 23.77m long and 8.23m wide for single matches. For doubles matches, the court is 10.97m wide. The court is divided across the centre by the tennis net attached to two tennis posts 1.07m high.
(Dimensions including adequate run off) Tennis Court: 30m x 15m (minimum Court size) 33m x 16m (most popular home size) 34.8m x 17.1m (regular club size) 36.6m x 18.3m (competition size) 40.3 x 20.1m (stadium size) Hot Shot (half court) 9.5m x 18m (Half court) 8.23m x 3m (Hot Shots –Level 1 – Red aged 4-7yrs)
Tennis court playing dimensions are set at 23.77 metres long by 10.973, however it is recommended not to build a court smaller than 30 metres by 15 metres. It is also best to design your tennis court layout with your other outdoor areas taken into consideration, eg pools, outdoor entertaining, and views to mention just a few.
Association Limited (formerly the Tennis Court & Sports Field Builders Association of Australasia) who is experienced in tennis court design would be unwise. Therefore the main factors which need to be considered in the development and use of suitable specifications include: (a) proper court size; (b) orientation of courts;
The white line-markings that mark the areas of the court also have standard thicknesses. The centre service line and centre mark should be 2 inches (5 cm) wide. The other lines of the court must be between 1 inch (2.5 cm) and 2 inches (5 cm) wide, except the baseline that may be up to 4 inches (10 cm) wide.