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Tennis Court Construction Guidelines

ASBA's diagrams and guidelines are for reference purposes. To ensure access to the most up-to-date information available for tennis construction, please refer to: Tennis Courts: A Construction and Maintenance Manual (2015).

ITF — First Edition of the Tennis10s: Marking Red and Orange Courts — A Guidance Manual.
Rules in effect Jan, 2012

USTA 10 and Under Tennis/Line Grants Program Webinar, October 2011
(please note this is a 7.6 MB file and will take some time to download)

QuickStart Format Specs for Building and Lining 36' and 60' courts

Blended Line Samples, June 2013

  • Some acrylic surface manufacturers have provided color samples of blended acrylic line paints to the USTA as examples – they can be seen via this link.

ASBA Asphalt Guidelines
ASBA Asphalt Guidelines - Executive Summary

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