As you’re learning to play the sport of pickleball or transitioning from tennis, it’s important to learn about a pickleball court and its dimensions.
A pickleball court is around the same size as a doubles badminton court and measures 44 feet long (inclusive of lines) and 20 feet wide (inclusive of lines). The net height is 36 inches high at the sidelines and 34 inches high in the middle. Similar to a tennis court, a pickleball court is striped with right and left service courts and a 7-foot non-volley zone in front of the net, which is referred to as the kitchen.
If you’re making your own pickleball court, they can be constructed specifically for pickleball or they can be converted using existing tennis or badminton courts. Consider adding the ONIX Portable Pickleball Net to play pickleball anytime, anywhere. The net can be used in multi-purpose gym spaces, at the local park, or even in your driveway.
Our pickleball net is USA Pickleball (USAPA) regulation size (36"H x 22'W), making it great for tournaments or casual games. The net features an adjustable Velcro strap to achieve perfect tension for exceptional playability. Also, the net features a center post to maintain regulation net height across the entire length of the court. The net quick and easily breaks down into a compact and lightweight 40" L x 7" W x 5" H bag with straps and wheels, allowing you to roll or carry the bag to its next location.