The dimensions for the standard pickleball court are 20 feet (6.10 m) wide and 44 feet (13.41 m) long for both singles and doubles matches.
COURT LINES: 2 inches wide and measurements should be made to the outside of the lines.
BASELINE: Lines parallel to the net at each end of the court.
SIDELINES: Lines perpendicular to the net on each side of the court.
NON-VOLLEY LINE: Lines on each side of the net between the sidelines and parallel to the net. These lines are located 7 feet (2.13 m) from the net.
KITCHEN: The non-volley zone, AKA the kitchen, is the area of the court bounded by the two sidelines, the non-volley line, and the net. The non-volley line and the sidelines are included in the non-volley zone.
CENTERLINE: Lines on each side of the net bisecting the area between the non-volley line and the baseline.
SERVICE COURTS: Areas on either side of the centerline, bounded by the non-volley line, the baseline, and the sideline.