How much ground do you need - the size of a tennis court

One of the first and most obvious questions about tennis court construction, is how much space do you need? Just how big is a tennis court?


The dimensions of a tennis court have not changed since the game was regulated in 1875, even though almost every other aspect of the sport and its players has evolved.


The original dimensions were laid down in feet, but our plans show imperial and metric dimensions. In broad terms, the tennis court enclosed by a fence will occupy a space somewhere between 120 feet by 60 feet and 108 feet by 54 feet. A singles-only court can be accommodated in a space 45 feet wide. Remember too that the orientation of the court is very important - no one want to be receiving serve facing into a bright sun.


Tennis court fencing plays an important part in the presentation and practicality of a tennis court. Our approach is to use our own design,elegant patented fences  complement the court and make it an attractive part of the garden.


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A beautiful asset

Our courts are designed to blend harmoniously with their surroundings.
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Tennis court cleaning

Professional court cleaning

Our deep cleaning service washes will restore your court and  extend its life
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En Tout Cas was founded in 1909 and continues to be a byword for British-built quality and excellence.

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