Side: 44 feet long; black marks at end points and halfway mark; red marks at 7 foot kitchen markers
Base: 20 feet long; black marks at end points and halfway mark
Kitchen: 20 feet long; black marks at end points and halfway mark
Assembly for tennis courts
- Align the middle black mark of the first pickleball baseline with the center service line on the tennis court’s service box, approximately twelve inches behind the service box.
- Stretch the ends of the pickleball baselines parallel to the tennis service box.
- Align the pickleball sidelines with the outer black marks on the pickleball baseline. The middle black marks on the sidelines should be under the net. The sidelines should be 3.5 feet inward from the tennis singles sideline.
- Lay the kitchen lines parallel to the baseline on the sideline’s red marks. The kitchens should be 7 feet away from the net on each side.
- (Optional) Tape the corners and the intersection where the kitchen crosses the sideline.
Assembly for an unlined court with your own net:
- Stretch out one baseline.
- Lay the sidelines at a right angle to the baseline and tape at the corners where the outer black marks meet.
- At the other end, lay the second baseline across the sidelines so that the black marks meet. Tape at the corners.
- Lay the kitchen lines parallel to the baselines and across the red marks on the sidelines. Tape where the lines intersect.
- Place the net on top of the middle black marks on the sidelines.