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A standard tennis court, cover an area of an area should be no less than 670? (36.60 meters long, 18.30 meters wide), which doubles the standard size for 23.77 meters long, 10.97 meters wide. If is two pieces of or two pieces of above built adjacent parallel tennis court, the distance between two field should be not less than 5 m. This film for a square with the net again the partitioned into two etc area. The sprawling white line all have their own name, stadium on both ends of the line called "DuanXian", on both sides of the court boundaries called it "edge"; In the net of 6.40 meters on both sides of the field draw a parallel to the line for "short"; Connection of two short of drawing a parallel to the line says "midline"; Central Line and the net into "ten" glyph, short line and between the ground into four equal region, known as the "neutral zone"; In the center of the DuanXian, to a draw a vertical to the DuanXian short article called "point". Full the measure, in addition to the center line from the calculation of makes, all of the same color line should be (white or yellow).
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