References of tennis court diagrams are available here in good quality. Make your own tennis court diagram with these field/court diagrams as the examples! You’ll be able to see the common rules in making a tennis court. The first diagram below we’ll show you the overall size of a tennis court.
The overall size of a tennis court as shown in the tennis court diagram above is 27 feet wide. The service court fits inside the singles width of the court (27 feet wide) and extends back from the net 21 feet. The service court is divided in half with a center line marking the left and right service courts. The service line is 27 feet wide and runs parallel to the net and marks the halfway point between the net and the baseline. It also marks the end of the service boxes, however unlike the baseline it only extends to the singles sidelines.
The ingles sidelines is 39 feet long while baseline for doubles 36 feet and for singles 27 feet. The baseline runs parallel to the net and defines the furthest boundary or back of the court from the net on both sides. It’s typically where you will hit most of your groundstrokes (forehands and backhands) and the approximate location you’ll return serves from. Any shot (other than the serve) that lands beyond this line is considered out.
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