Including this minimum clearance distance, a tennis court is 120 x 60 ft. (36.576 x 18.288 m) for international competition play or 114 x 56 ft. (34.747 x 17.069 m) for recreational and club play. International competition play:
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Above, you can see a diagram of the tennis court with all of the dimensions laid out. The key dimensions are the overall length and width. A regulation size tennis court is 78 feet long and 36 feet wide. In singles, players can only access the 27 ft. In doubles, players get access to the full 36 feet of court. Before we move towards different court sizes let us understand some of the key tennis court lines and their dimensions: Tennis Court Terminologies . Baseline: 36ft (Doubles) / 27ft ...
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)
2.5.2 Court Area Dimensions (fence to fence). The official Championship court area will be not less than: 36.57m (length) x 18.30m (width) For normal competition play, these dimensions may be reduced to not less than: 33.50m (length) x 16.40m (width).
In total, tennis courts measure 78 feet x 36 feet or 2,808 square feet. However, the full area of the court is used only for doubles matches. The singles court measures 78 feet x 27 feet or 2,106 square feet. Every court is composed of quite a few elements, so let’s take a look at each component.
However at club or recreational level, some suggested dimensions are given. As a guide the recommended minimun distances should be: the space behind each baseline 5.48m (18ft) and the space at the sides 3.05m (10ft). > Download the court and enclosure dimensions information sheet.
The dimensions of a tennis court are defined and regulated by the International Tennis Federation (ITF) governing body and are written down in the annual 'Rules of Tennis' document. The court is 78 feet (23.77 metres) long. Its width is 27 feet (8.23 metres) for singles matches and 36 feet (10.97 metres) for doubles matches.
For normal competition play, these dimensions may be reduced to not less than: 33.50m (length) x 16.40m (width). The minimum recommended court area is 30.48m (length) x 15.2m (width). 2.6 DESIGN GRADIENTS