Tennis is a competitive sport where single players (singles) or pairs of players (doubles) use corded rackets to hit a felt covered rubber ball over a central net onto the opponent’s court. Points are scored by hitting the tennis ball over the net in a way that the opponent is not able to return it.

Tennis matches are scored though a sequence of earning points, winning games, and winning sets. Four points and a two point margin over the opponent are needed to win a game. Points are named differently than the actual point count in the following way: Love (zero points), 15 (one point), 30 (two points), 40 (three points), Game (four points). A set is won by the first side that wins six games with a two game margin. Matches are played in a best-of-three or best-of-five set format.

When was tennis invented?

Modern tennis was invented as ‘lawn tennis’ in 1873 by Major Walter Wingfield. Wingfield was the first to introduce the net and net posts, rackets, and rubber balls, and instructions for laying out the court dimensions. Previously, tennis was played as a handball-like game called ‘Paume’ that was played by royalty.


How is tennis scored?

Tennis matches are made up of either three (women’s) or five (men’s) sets. To win a set, a player must win at least six games each that are scored by four points at intervals starting at 0 (love) and going up to 15, 30, 40, and game point.

How long is a tennis match?

The length of a tennis match varies considerably based on skill level and gender. Women’s matches last until a player wins three sets which can last up to three hours, but averages around two hours. Men’s matches are played to five sets and can last up to five hours with an average match time of three and a half hours.

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5’11” | 1.80 m
April 29, 1970
Andre Agassi
180.000
1970.00
50000
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Andre Agassi
5’8" | 1.73 m
June 7, 1981
Anna Kournikova
173.000
1981.00
66000
3D
Anna Kournikova
5’4.5” | 1.64 m
November 22, 1943
Billie Jean King
164.000
1943.00
54000
3D
Billie Jean King
5’11” | 1.80 m
June 6, 1956
Björn Borg
180.000
1956.00
27000
3D
Björn Borg
5’11” | 1.80 m
February 16, 1959
John McEnroe
180.000
1959.00
53000
3D
John McEnroe
6’2" | 1.88 m
April 19, 1987
Maria Sharapova
188.000
1987.00
131000
3D
Maria Sharapova
5’8" | 1.73 m
October 18, 1956
Martina Navratilova
173.000
1956.00
37000
3D
Martina Navratilova
5’11” | 1.80 m
October 16, 1997
Naomi Osaka
180.000
1997.00
269000
3D
Naomi Osaka
6’2" | 1.88 m
May 22, 1987
Novak Djokovic
188.000
1987.00
246000
3D
Novak Djokovic
6’1” | 1.85 m
August 12, 1971
Pete Sampras
185.000
1971.00
31000
3D
Pete Sampras
6’1” | 1.85 m
June 3, 1986
Rafael Nadal
185.000
1986.00
352000
3D
Rafael Nadal
6’1” | 1.85 m
August 8, 1981
Roger Federer
185.000
1981.00
470000
3D
Roger Federer
5’9" | 1.75 m
September 26, 1981
Serena Williams
175.000
1981.00
669000
3D
Serena Williams
5’9" | 1.75 m
June 14, 1969
Steffi Graf
175.000
1969.00
59000
3D
Steffi Graf
2.575”-2.7” | 6.54-6.86 cm (Diameter)
1.975-2.095 oz | 56-59.4 g
Tennis Ball
6.860
59.400
72000
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Tennis BallView of a Tennis Ball in 3D available for downloadView of a Tennis Ball in 3D available for download
36’ | 11 m
78’ | 23.77 m
2,808 ft2 | 260.9 m2
Tennis Court
1100.000
2377.000
260.90
56000
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Tennis Court3D model of a Tennis Court viewed in perspective3D model of a Tennis Court viewed in perspective
10’-12’ | 3.05-3.66 m
10’ | 3.05 m (Panels)
2.5”-3” | 6.35-7.62 cm (Posts)
Tennis Fence
305.000
305.000
7.620
100
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Tennis FencePerspective view of a 3D model of a Tennis Fence show the different required panel typesPerspective view of a 3D model of a Tennis Fence show the different required panel types
36” | 91.4 cm (Center); 42” | 106.7 cm (Net Post)
42’ | 12.8 m
.1”-.14” | 2.5-3.5 mm (Net Cord)
Tennis Net
106.700
1280.000
0.350
5000
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Tennis Net3D model of a Tennis Net viewed in perspective3D model of a Tennis Net viewed in perspective
10.625” | 27 cm
.625” | 15.9 mm
27”-27.5” | 68.6-69.9 cm
9-11 oz | 255-312 g
Tennis Racket - Midplus
27.000
1.590
69.900
0.312
70000
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Tennis Racket - MidplusPerspective view of a 3D model of a Midplus Tennis RacketPerspective view of a 3D model of a Midplus Tennis Racket
6’4” | 193 cm
2’ | 61 cm
4’ | 122 cm
Tennis Umpire Chair - Traditional
193.000
61.000
122.000
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Tennis Umpire Chair - TraditionalView of a Traditional Tennis Umpire Chair in 3D available for downloadView of a Traditional Tennis Umpire Chair in 3D available for download
6’1” | 1.85 m
June 17, 1980
Venus Williams
185.000
1980.00
167000
3D
Venus Williams
Serena Williams

Serena Williams, born September 26, 1981, is an American tennis player. She reached the No. 1 ranking on July 8, 2002, and on her sixth occasion, she held the ranking for 186 consecutive weeks; in total, she has been No. 1 for 319 weeks. Williams has won 23 Grand Slam singles titles (as of 2020), the most by any player in the Open Era. She holds the most Grand Slam titles in singles, doubles, and mixed doubles combined among active players. In 2016 Serena Williams was the highest paid female athlete, and again in 2017, when she was the only woman on Forbes’ list of the 100 highest paid athletes.

Serena Williams has a height of 5’9" (1.75 m) and plays right-handed with a two-handed backhand. Serena Williams has been an active professional since 1995.

Set of illustrations of Serena Williams in various poses dimensioned with overall height
Serena Williams, born September 26, 1981, is an American tennis player. She reached the No. 1 ranking on July 8, 2002, and on her sixth occasion, she held the ranking for 186 consecutive weeks; in total, she has been No. 1 for 319 weeks. Williams has won 23 Grand Slam singles titles as of 2020.

Serena Williams has a height of 5’9" (1.75 m) and plays right-handed with a two-handed backhand. Serena Williams has been an active professional since 1995.

Set of illustrations of Serena Williams in various poses dimensioned with overall height
Serena Williams
Height:
5’9" | 1.75 m
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Plays: Right-handed

Backhand: Two-Handed Backhand

Years Active: 1995—

Birthday
September 26, 1981

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Tennis Net
Simple elevation drawing of players playing tennis with a Tennis Net dimensioned for overall width

A Tennis Net delineates one side from the other during a match, and the players or teams start on opposite sides of the net. It is stretched across the full width of the Tennis Court. It is parallel with the baselines, and it divides the court into two equal ends. The net is held up by a cord or metal cable.

Good Tennis Nets are made of a braided net cord material, and they typically have double the mesh at the top six rows, side pockets for fiberglass dowels (that hold the net taut), and vinyl-coated steel cables.

Tennis Nets have a height of 42” (106.7 cm) at the net posts and a center height of 36” (91.4 cm). The total court width of a Tennis Net is 42’ (12.8 m) the net cord depth is roughly .1”-.14” (2.5-3.5 mm). The Net Posts are 2.5”-3” (6.35-7.62 cm) in diameter.

Set of zoomed in illustrations of a Tennis Net half dimensioned with overall height and width
A Tennis Net delineates one side from the other during a match, and the players or teams start on opposite sides of the net. It is stretched across the full width of the Tennis Court. It is parallel with the baselines, and it divides the court into two equal ends. The net is held up by cable cords.

Tennis Nets have a height of 42” (106.7 cm) at the net posts and a center height of 36” (91.4 cm). The total court width of a Tennis Net is 42’ (12.8 m) the net cord depth is roughly .1”-.14” (2.5-3.5 mm). The Net Posts are 2.5”-3” (6.35-7.62 cm) in diameter.

Set of zoomed in illustrations of a Tennis Net half dimensioned with overall height and width
Tennis Net
Height:
36” | 91.4 cm (Center); 42” | 106.7 cm (Net Post)
Width:
42’ | 12.8 m
Length:
Depth:
.1”-.14” | 2.5-3.5 mm (Net Cord)
Weight:
Area:

Post Diameter: 2.5”-3” | 6.35-7.62 cm
Mesh Size: 1.75” | 44.5 mm



Materials: Vinyl or polyester headbands; vinyl-coated steel cable mesh net; coated steel posts

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Tennis Umpire Chair - Traditional
Elevation drawing of the Tennis Umpire Chair (Traditional) in position next to a net with seated umpire

The Tennis Umpire Chair is situated at the center of the Tennis Court behind a net post, and the players’ benches are to either side of the chair. The chair umpire sits on the chair, and he or she is the final authority on all questions of fact during the match.

The Tennis Umpire Chair often includes a writing board, PC canopy, and a microphone holder. It is made to be weatherproof, and the legs do not scratch or damage the tennis court surface. There are wheels attached to the feet for easy transportation and mobility, and the standard colors are green, black, blue, or white.

The Tennis Umpire Chair (Traditional) has a height of 6’4” (193 cm), width of 2’ (61 cm), and overall open depth of 4’ (122 cm). The seat height of the Tennis Umpire Chair (Traditional) is 5' (1.52 m).

Collection of scaled elevation and plan drawings of Tennis Umpire Chair (Traditional) measured with overall dimensions
Sports The Tennis Umpire Chair is situated at the center of the court behind a net post, and the players’ benches are to either side of the chair. The chair umpire sits on the chair, and he or she is the final authority on all questions of fact during the match.

The Tennis Umpire Chair (Traditional) has a height of 6’4” (193 cm), width of 2’ (61 cm), and overall open depth of 4’ (122 cm). The seat height of the Tennis Umpire Chair (Traditional) is 5' (1.52 m).

Collection of scaled elevation and plan drawings of Tennis Umpire Chair (Traditional) measured with overall dimensions
Tennis Umpire Chair - Traditional
Height:
6’4” | 193 cm
Width:
2’ | 61 cm
Length:
Depth:
4’ | 122 cm
Weight:
Area:

Seat Height: 5’ | 1.52 m

Materials: Treated wood; heavy-duty steel fixing; rubber treads

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Novak Djokovic

Novak Djokovic, born May 22, 1987, is a Serbian professional tennis player and he is ranked world No.1 in men’s singles tennis by the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP). He has held this spot for over 280 weeks. Djokovic has won 17 Grand Slam singles titles as of 2020, the third-most in history for a male player. He has also won five ATP Finals titles, 35 ATP Tour Masters 1000 titles, and 14 ATP Tour 500 titles. Djokovic is the first Serbian player to be ranked No. 1 by the ATP, and he is the first male player representing Serbia to win a Grand Slam singles title.

Novak Djokovic has a height of 6’2" (1.88 m) and plays right-handed with a two-handed backhand. Novak Djokovic has been an active professional since 2003.

Collection of drawings of Novak Djokovic measured with overall height
Novak Djokovic, born May 22, 1987, is a Serbian professional tennis player and he is ranked world No.1 in men’s singles tennis by the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP). He has held this spot for over 280 weeks. Djokovic has won 17 Grand Slam singles titles as of 2020.

Novak Djokovic has a height of 6’2" (1.88 m) and plays right-handed with a two-handed backhand. Novak Djokovic has been an active professional since 2003.

Collection of drawings of Novak Djokovic measured with overall height
Novak Djokovic
Height:
6’2" | 1.88 m
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Plays: Right-handed

Backhand: Two-Handed Backhand

Years Active: 2003—

Birthday
May 22, 1987

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Novak Djokovic front (standing), side (playing), front (playing; various)

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Tennis Fence

The primary role of a Tennis Fence is to keep Tennis Balls contained within the playing court area. The selvage of the bottom, top, and top caps are knuckled for security. A Tennis Fence can come in a variety of materials, from traditional timber to steel frames with chain link fabric. The main consideration when choosing a Tennis Fence is the degree of privacy desired.

Some more sophisticated materials include wood, vinyl, ornamental aluminum, or a combination of materials. A vinyl-coated chain link fence is a good choice, as the fused and adhered vinyl-coating protects the core wire from rust and corrosion. Some Tennis Fences include a feature gate hardware for added protection.

Tennis Fences have a total height of 10’-12’ (3.05-3.66 m), panel width of 10’ (3.05 m), and posts with diameters of between 2.5”-3” (6.35-7.62 cm).

Drawings of Tennis Fence showing dimensioned panel configurations necessary for a tennis court enclosure
The primary role of a Tennis Fence is to keep Tennis Balls contained within the playing court area. The selvage of the bottom, top, and top caps are knuckled for security. A Tennis Fence can come in a variety of materials, from traditional timber to steel frames with chain link fabric.

Tennis Fences have a total height of 10’-12’ (3.05-3.66 m), panel width of 10’ (3.05 m), and posts with diameters of between 2.5”-3” (6.35-7.62 cm).

Drawings of Tennis Fence showing dimensioned panel configurations necessary for a tennis court enclosure
Tennis Fence
Height:
10’-12’ | 3.05-3.66 m
Width:
10’ | 3.05 m (Panels)
Length:
Depth:
2.5”-3” | 6.35-7.62 cm (Posts)
Weight:
Area:

Total Enclosure Size: 120' x 60' | 36.58 x 18.29 m
Materials:
Coated steel posts; chain link fence

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Tennis Fence front (panels), front (simple)

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