Look at the middle of the tennis court, then start moving your eyes either left or right. The singles line is the first line you see that stretches all the way from the net to the base line on your side.
The inside line is the boundary for tennis when playing singles. The outside line is the boundary in Doubles.
A doubles tennis court is 78 feet by 36 feet; one side of the tennis court is 39 feet by 36 feet. A singles tennis court is 78 feet by 27 feet.
On a tennis court, there will be four rectangles along the side edges. The inside line of those boxes are called the singles sideline. When playing doubles, you use the full court, including those boxes. When playing singles, you exclude those boxes as part of the playing field.
The ad side of a tennis court is the players left side. Or the opponents right side.
Deuce side, otherwise known as the right side of the court. This is the same for doubles, too.
Canadian doubles requires three players. This is two-on-one competition. In other words, this is doubles vs. singles. One side of the court has two players and the other side of the court has one player. The doubles players' boundaries is the singles court and the singles player's boundaries is the doubles court. Three sets are played and each player must play singles in at least one set. This is tennis with a twist, but the typical tennis rules and guidelines are enforced.
its a rectangle. it also has other shapes inside of the court so look at that too. If you dont know what a tennis court looks like, search tennis court of google images.
The portions of the court on each side that is in play in doubles and out of play in singles are known as the doubles alleys.
In tennis, down the line refers to the same side of the court on the opponent's court area. For example, for two right handed players, down-the-line would refer to the forehand side of one person and the backhand-side of the other.
On a tennis court there are five lines. The line all the way at the back is the base line, the one in the front is the service line, the line making the T shape is the center service line, the first line on the left or right is the ally line, and the second line on the left or right is the side line.
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.