Tennis Net

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 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.

Details

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Height: 
36” | 91.4 cm (Center); 42” | 106.7 cm (Net Post)
Width:
42’ | 12.8 m
Depth:
.1”-.14” | 2.5-3.5 mm (Net Cord)
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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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Drawings include:
Tennis Net front (simple; players), front (detailed)

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Tennis is a competitive sport where single players (singles) or pairs of players (doubles) use 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 Ball
2.575”-2.7” | 6.54-6.86 cm (Diameter)
3D
View of a Tennis Ball in 3D available for download
Tennis Net
36” | 91.4 cm (Center); 42” | 106.7 cm (Net Post)
3D
3D model of a Tennis Net viewed in perspective