In singles...the ball hit inside of the side double lines. In doubles...the ball hit outside of the side double lines.
the area that you serve into is the same as in singles. The server may stand anywhere in between the center mark and the doubles sideline
Singles, Doubles and Mixed Doubles.
the only major difference is that in singles, the alleys are counted as out. in doubles, the alleys are part of the court. also, you obviously only have 2 people in singles, but 4 in doubles
Players in doubles, legs in singles
Singles and doubles.
Anyone on that court in singles or doubles
They are not...
In tennis there is singles, and doubles. In both there is playing baseline/server, alley/net/volley.
A regulation-size tennis court is a rectangle, 78 feet (23.77 m) long and, for singles matches, 27 feet (8.23 m) wide. For doubles matches, the court is 36 feet (10.97 m) wide.