Court size standard for padel play
The playing area of a padel court is a rectangle 10 metres wide by 20 metres long, with a margin of error of 0.5%. This space is divided in half by a net for the two sides of the padel players.
The two halves of the padel court shall be completely symmetrical in terms of the layout of the zone lines and the court surface.
The area of the court between the net and the service lines shall be divided in half by a straight line perpendicular to the net, called the centre line of the service line.
All marking lines for the playing area of padel courts are 5 cm wide.
The minimum height for indoor courts is 6 metres across the entire court surface. There can be no element that will be within this space.
Net on the padel court
The size of the padel net is 10 metres long by 0.88 metres high, which can be raised at its ends up to 0.92 metres.
The padel net is suspended by a metal cable with a maximum diameter of 0.01 metres. Two side poles, with a maximum height of 1.05 metres, on which the net is attached.
The outer sides of the posts are at the level of the playing area of the padel court.
The net on the padel court shall be fully stretched so that it occupies the entire space between the posts and the court surface, but it shall not be overstretched.