78 feet from baseline to baseline.
A tennis court from baseline to net is 39 feet, so 39+39 = 78 and 78/3 equals 26 yards.
From the baseline to the net, a tennis court is about 21 feet. This gives the person plenty of space to jump around in.
Tennis court lines are referred to as the "baseline", "service line", "singles line", "doubles line", and "center line". There is also a small "center mark" protruding from the court in the middle of each baseline.
The length for a standard tennis court is 78 feet long, meaning there is 39 feet from the net to a baseline.
From baseline to baseline and from alley to alley, a tennis court measures 78 feet by 36 feet. This does not include the extra area beyond the lines where the players run. For more specific measurements, check this link for a detailed tennis court diagram: http://www.prosportsofficialteamsites.com/Tennis_Nova_Sports_Court_novasports.gif
36' x 78'
If you are standing on the baseline and looking at the net, the right-hand side of the tennis court is called the deuce side.
It is the 12" mark at the 1/2-way point of the baseline used to distinguish 2 halves (and service boxes) of a tennis court; short mark that bisects baseline.
A baseline player is a tennis player who rarely goes to the net, if at all, and sticks to the back of the court at the baseline rather than employing the serve-and-volley or chip-and-charge techniques.
If you are standing on the baseline and looking at the net, the deuce side of the court is on the right.
During your service motion, if your feet touch the baseline of the court or touch the middle line (the bump in the middle of the baseline), it is called a foot fault and the serve is a fault. The serve is supposed to be delivered from behind the baseline and from one side of the court. Your feet are only allowed to touch the baseline after the ball has completed contact with the racket head.
If a player is standing on the baseline and looking at the net, the left side of the court is called the ad side.
There is no rule against stepping behind the baseline, so the winner of such a point would be whoever returns every ball inside the court.
It's where you stand when you serve. Behind the baseline in one of the four corners of the court. Best way I can say it.
39 feet. The entire court is 78 feet with a 21 foot service box.
From one baseline to the other, a tennis court is 78 feet long exactly (23. 78 meters). In terms of width, it is exactly 36 feet wide (10. 97 meters).
The court is 78 feet from baseline to baseline (about 23.77 meters). 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. 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. There is a 12 foot perimeter on each side (sidelines) and 21 feet back from each baseline.
Your first serve should be from the deuce side (that's the right side if you're standing on the baseline and looking at the net).
im not actually sure what a volley serve is but a serve is fromt he baseline and a volly is usually at the fron tof the court where you hit the ball without it bouncing.
the deuce side is the right half of the court. called the deuce side because when the score is deuce, the server serves from the right side of the baseline