Beach Tennis Court Details
The Beach Tennis Court is a regulation Beach Volleyball Court.
The court shall be a rectangle, a minimum of 16m to a maximum of 20m long and a minimum of 8m to a maximum of 9m wide.
The court shall be divided across the middle by a net suspended by a cord or metal cable of 0.8cm maximum diameter, which shall pass over or be attached to two net posts. The net shall be fully extended so that it completely fills the space between the two net posts and it must be of sufficiently small mesh to ensure that a ball cannot pass through it. The height of the net shall be a minimum of 1.7m to a maximum of 1.85m at the centre. A band shall cover the cord or metal cable and the top of the net.
The lines of the court shall be between 2.5cm and 5cm wide, except that the baselines may be up to 10cm wide.
All court measurements shall be made to the outside of the lines and all lines of the court shall be of the same color clearly contrasting with the color of the surface.
The terrain must be composed of leveled sand, as flat and uniform as possible, free of rocks, shells and any other irregular objects. The playing surface must not present any danger of injury to the players.