Court dimensions for table tennis?
These are the minimum size dimensions you'll need for the playing area, based on the standard of competition being played ...
* International Events, World Championships & Olympic Games
14m x 7m (46 feet x 23 feet)
* National tournaments
12m x 6m (40 feet x 20 feet)
* National league / Representative matches
10m x 5m (33 feet x 16 feet 6 inches)
* Local league / Local tournaments
9m x 5m (30 feet x 16 feet 6 inches)
* Recreational play and coaching
8.5m x 4.12m (28 feet x 13 feet 6 inches)
Of course, if you want to play table tennis at home, you could use any space that will accommodate a table tennis table (9 feet long and 5 feet wide - 2.74m x 1.525m).
However, any area smaller than the recommended size of 8.5m x 4.12m will mean that you'll be restricted in either the type of strokes you can use and/or your style of play.
It would take too long to list all the dimensions of a tennis court. Enter the phrase "tennis court measurements" into your favorite search engine for detailed information (n.b., if you use "Google", select "Images" at the top of that page). Or, visit the USTA link, below, for the Rules and Regulations of tennis, which include court measurements.
table tennis is obviously played on a table and tennis is not. they have some of the same rules, but tennis has tramlines, so, in other words, table tennis' court doesnt change from doubles and singles and the singles does. also the scoring is different. table tennis is frist to 21 points and tennis it is first to 6 games. they are alike as they are both played with a raquet and a ball that…