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Looking to build or remark your tennis courts? It can be pretty difficult trying to remember all the different tennis court sizes required for every line and area. That’s why Net World Sports has created a comprehensive, yet simple guide, looking at all the facts and figures required for tennis court dimensions to create a regulation tennis court size exact to the decimal place. For any newbies looking to create a court, we’ve highlighted a few key areas needed when marking:
When creating the lines for your court we always recommend that you use a sports tape measure, so you can get the court dimensions exactly right and as close to perfection as possible. Finish the job with an efficient and reliable tennis court line marking machine to ensure the lines are the correct and consistent thickness.
The official tennis net height should be 3ft (91.4cm).
1.07m The tennis net post height of your court should be 3.5ft (1.07m).
The length of a tennis court is required to be 23.77m long. This line should be 78ft (23.77m) wide.
The baseline must be 36ft (10.97m) wide between the doubles sidelines. This is divided in half by a centre mark four inches in length and no more than four inches in width running parallel with the sideline.
The singles sideline should be 1.37m inside from the doubles sideline. This line should be 4ft 6in (1.37m) wide.
We have a huge range of tennis court equipment available including scoreboards, windbreaks, chairs/benches and umpire’s chairs so if you’re looking to kit out your tennis court with the best equipment we can help!