What is the full size of a tennis court?

Answer A tennis court measures 78 feet from baseline to baseline and 36 feet across. The same size court is used for both doubles and singles games. However, for singles matches additional lines are demar... Read More »

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What is the size of a tennis court?

An official-sized tennis court is a rectangle measuring 78 feet long and 36 feet wide. The boundary lines for singles matches are 27 feet apart. A net 3.5 foot high is suspended across the width of... Read More »

What did the Tennis Court Oath say?

On June 20, 1789, the members of the National Assembly of France swore to work together to draft a constitution to govern France. The members of the National Assembly said, "We swear never to separ... Read More »

What is the length&width of a tennis court?

According to U.S. Tennis Association rules, a tennis court is rectangular and is 78 feet long and 27 feet wide for singles matches. In doubles matches, the width is 36 feet, thanks to a 4-1/2-foot ... Read More »

What is a tennis court surface made of?

Tennis courts can have four different types of surfaces: hard (concrete), carpet, clay and grass. Each surface has its advantages, with grass courts being the most difficult to play on because it c... Read More »