Everything to Know About Tennis Court Dimensions, Sizes, and Measurements

Everything to Know About Tennis Court Dimensions, Sizes, and Measurements

Sometimes, a single inch will make or break a tennis match. In moments when a competitor loses by a hair, they may wish that the whole court had been just one inch longer. Of course, every tennis court abides (or at least should abide) by standards governing its precise length and width. That extends to the playing field itself and each of its many lines, which all serve a specific purpose. This practice exists specifically to make sure that people can win and lose fair and square on any court, anywhere.

If you have ever been curious about any of these matters, we have the guide for you. Here is everything to know about tennis court dimensions, sizes, and measurements.

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6 Things You Should Know About Building Residential Tennis Courts

6 Things You Should Know About Building Residential Tennis Courts

If you love the game of tennis, and you have the space, why not bring tennis to your home by building a residential tennis court? You'll have a blast playing whenever you want and inviting family and friends to join you! 

Of course, there are some considerations before you get started — you'll need to establish a budget, find out if the space you have will be sufficient, check up on the regulations of your neighborhood, and more. This article will help guide you through the process.

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Which Surface Is Most Suitable For Your Game?

Which Surface Is Most Suitable For Your Game?

The primary materials used for hard court tennis courts are asphalt and concrete, however you can use a variety of materials, asphalt and concrete are just the most common types of surfacing as they are easy to maintain. When it comes to new tennis court installation, there are a variety of different materials to choose from, so read our tutorial and also check with the experts at Tenniscourtsupply.com. We proudly provide a variety of tennis court surfacing materials so we can be of help when it comes down to the final decision for your new court.
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How to Choose Your Tennis Court Nets

How to Choose Your Tennis Court Nets

When considering replacement nets for your tennis court, do you explore every option? The type of net you choose for your tennis court can vary quite a bit depending on a wide variety of variables. For example, it can make a big difference depending on your court’s frequency of use since there are several variations of quality, durability, and weather resistance. In the colder climates, if you have the time to truly winterize your court, your tennis nets will have better longevity. 
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How to Care for Your Tennis Court in the Winter Months

How to Care for Your Tennis Court in the Winter Months

Tennis courts, like any part of your home or businesses’ exterior, take a serious hit when winter rolls around with bitter temperatures, snow and ice. Like most investments, your tennis court will last longer and look beautiful as long as you care for it properly. That means performing essential maintenance tasks year-round – winter included.

Preparing your tennis court for the winter months is easy, once you educate yourself and acquire the proper supplies. 
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The Ultimate Shopping Guide for Tennis Enthusiasts

The Ultimate Shopping Guide for Tennis Enthusiasts

Everyone has a different take on holiday shopping; some people love the hustle and bustle and excitement, others dread the crowds, traffic and stress. The good news is, whether you love shopping or hate it, most Americans complete the majority of their holiday purchases online.

If you’re shopping for a tennis lover, you’re especially in luck! Athletic departments and other stores that carry tennis products lack in quantity, quality and versatility. The internet is a different ballgame – you can find anything you need with the click of the mouse. 

To make your hunt even easier, we’ve put together a quick gift-giving guide for tennis players.
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Tennis Court Surface Types

Tennis Court Surface Types

Tennis Court Surfaces

Tennis players with an eye on competing professionally will want to practice and play on different types of courts. Each tennis court surface type has different qualities that change a few things about the nature of a match, including the bounce of the tennis ball and the ideal shoes for players to wear. A well-rounded tennis player has experience with all court types.

It's important for a tennis facility manager to know about the pros and cons of these different court surfaces in order to plan for budgeting and maintenance. Some courts definitely require a lot more care than others in order to remain in top condition. Here are the main types of tennis court surfaces.

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Tennis Windscreens: the Basics

Tennis Windscreens: the Basics

Tennis Windscreens: the Basics

Windscreens are crucial for a well-designed outdoor tennis court. They provide shade and privacy and block some of the wind while still allowing for ventilation. They also provide a solid background for players to watch the ball, eliminate visual distractions from other areas or courts, and even have a noise-reduction effect. All outdoor tennis courts can benefit from some kind of windscreen.

This article will introduce you to the different types of windscreens we carry at Tennis Court Supply, and how to choose the right one for your court.

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Preparing your Tennis Court for the Big Match

Preparing your Tennis Court for the Big Match

Preparing your Tennis Court for the Big Match

When the big match is coming up, you want to be sure you're 100% prepared. Your court needs to be in top shape so the players can excel to the full extent of their abilities. Give yourself plenty of time to evaluate all the parts of your tennis court so you can identify areas that need maintenance or improvement.

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Tennis Court Essentials For Summer

Hot and hard-surfaced tennis courts can be brutal in the summer, but with some preparation, the right tennis court supplies and some practical tips, you can continue to safely and comfortably play your favorite sport throughout the summer.
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Why Choose Us to Supply Your Court?

Why Choose Us to Supply Your Court?

With over 40 years of experience in tennis court construction, management, and equipment supply, we are your resource for all tennis court and pickleball court equipment and accessories.

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General Considerations for Tennis Court Lighting

Lighting is required for indoor tennis courts and outside courts when no natural light is available. It is important because it:

- extends the playing time of a court;

- attracts more coaches and players; and

- achieves an increase in revenue from court hiring fees.

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The Pros and Cons of The Different Types of Tennis Court Surfaces

Though one type of tennis court surface is predominate in the US, the fact of the matter is that cement, grass, and clay tennis court surfaces all have their own characteristics and pros and cons. 
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Tennis Court Surfacing, Repair & Resurfacing

When people think of tennis courts, they often think only of a hard surface like asphalt or concrete. Most courts are of the hard-surface variety, but there are many other options. Hard courts are generally more expensive to install than clay, but the cost of maintenance and upkeep must also be considered. Once a hard court is installed, it requires almost no regular maintenance. Clay courts, on the other hand, must be continuously watered and raked. Grass is another surface that is expensive to maintain. There are other tennis court surfaces, including vinyl, acrylic, synthetic grass, and others. There are different installation and maintenance costs associated with each surface.
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Tennis Court Maintenance - Acrylic

All tennis courts need maintenance including acrylic courts.  Here at Tennis Court Supply, we wish to go over some general tips for maintaining the court’s appearance, integrity, function and play-ability.  By following these simple routines, a tennis court will endure for generations.
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