FACILITIES

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The USTA Facility Assistance Team is here to help make your community's tennis facility dreams become reality!

ASSISTANCE

Getting Started

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Whether you’re just starting out and dreaming of building a state-of-the-art multi-court tennis facility, you're interested in 36' and 60' tennis (QuickStart play format) for 10 and Under Tennis, or you just want to figure out how to repair the cracked courts at the local park down the street, you’re in the right place – the USTA is here to help!

Facility Services

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Learn more about the engaging and powerful resources available to you and your community from the USTA's Facility Assistance Team. Curious about advocacy? Need technical support? Interested in available grants? Click here - we've got you covered!

10 And Under Tennis Facility Resources

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The Rules of Tennis have changed for kids 10 and under!  Effective January 1, 2010, all 8 and Under sanctioned tournaments and USTA Jr. Team Tennis must take place on 36' courts.  Effective January 1, 2012, all 10 and Under sanctioned tournaments and USTA Jr. Team Tennis must take place on 60' courts.  The USTA is here to assist you with updating your existing courts, lining playgrounds, and constructing new dedicated Kids Tennis facilities to help keep you in the game! Click here to learn more.

Tech Specs

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The USTA's Facility Assistance Team has a wide variety of technical specifications to aid you and your community's tennis court project.  With specs ranging from traditional 78' tennis courts to stand-alone, shared, and playground/blacktop 36' and 60' tennis courts, we have the specifications you're looking for right here!

Frequently Asked Questions

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What are the dimensions of a tennis court?  What are the dimensions for QuickStart Tennis courts?  What direction should our courts be oriented?  What PMS colors are the US Open courts?  What slope should our courts have to drain properly?  These answers - and more - are just one click away in the USTA Facility Assistance program's FAQ section!

 
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