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We know that it can sometimes be difficult to imagine what a new tennis facility could look like – especially when it comes to 36- and 60-foot tennis courts! That's why we've created the photo galleries below. Take some time and browse through them. Each gallery will show you what your tennis facility could look like!

Stand-alone 36- and 60-foot tennis courts

Permanent 36' Tennis Court

Stand alone 36- and 60-foot tennis courts are fully dedicated and permanent tennis courts. Players begin on 36-foot courts and progress with their skills and size to a 60-foot tennis court and finally to a 78-foot tennis court.

Blended 36- and 60-foot tennis lines on 78-foot tennis courts

Blended 36' and 60' Tennis Lines

Blended 36- and 60-foot tennis lines on 78-foot tennis courts maximizes real estate and allows for proper progression from 36-foot to 60-foot to 78-foot courts with skill.

Blended lines on clay tennis courts

QST Permanent Clay Court Lines 4 - Plantation Bay-1

Blended lines are not only for hard courts – your clay 78-foot tennis courts can also be equipped with 36-foot and/or 60-foot tennis lines. The lines are tacked down using the same material of line tape but in the color family of the playing surface to blend in.

Thirty-six-foot tennis courts on pavement, blacktop and other flat surfaces

Playground, Blacktop, & Other Flat Surfaces For 36' Tennis Courts

Thirty-six-foot tennis courts can be permanently painted on any flat surface. This gallery shows just a few of many applications. All you have to do is pop up a portable net and you're ready to play!

Cary Tennis Park court conversion

Cary Tennis Park Court Conversion, One 78 Tennis Court to Four 36 Tennis Courts

The Cary Tennis Park in Cary, N.C., converted its second stadium court into four stand-alone 36-foot tennis courts. This gallery shows you each step in the process.

Blended line application at the USTA National Tennis Center

Check out this time-lapse video of the application of one 60-foot tennis court and two 36-foot tennis courts on an existing 78-foot tennis court at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center, home of the US Open. The USTA BJK NTC decided to go with a dark blue on light blue color scheme.

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