Size of a Tennis Court (Standard) The minimum suggested length of a tennis court is 120 ft. and the minimum suggested width is 60 ft., giving 7,200 sq. ft. (minimum) of total area needed for a single one court.
How big is a tennis court in square metres? The overall surface of a tennis court is 195.7 sq m ...
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Tennis courts are flat rectangular playing surfaces used for the sport of tennis. 78’ (23.77 m) by 36’ (11 m) for doubles or 27’ (8.2 m) for singles, tennis courts have an area of 2,808 ft2 (260.9 m2). A clearance of 21’ (6.4 m) should be provided beyond the baselines and 12’ (3.66 m) for the sides.
For doubles tennis, the court size is 23.77m x 10.97 (length x width). The standard of a tennis court net is stretched across the width of the court, parallel to the boundary line, and divided equally into both sides. Thus, the tennis net’s height is 914 mm in the middle and 1.07 m in the two net posts.
The overall size of a tennis doubles court is 36 feet wide by 78 feet long. The singles court is slightly narrower measuring 27 feet wide. Both singles and doubles courts share the same length.
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.
In metres, the overall length of a tennis court should be 23.77m long. The width for a singles court is 8.23m and 10.97m for doubles. That makes the surface area 195.5m2 for singles and 261m2 for doubles.
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.