The regulation size of the court is 20 feet (6.1 m) by 44 feet (13 m) for both doubles and singles. Lines on a pickleball court are similar to a doubles badminton court, except the front service line is seven feet from the net, six inches further than the badminton front service line. In pickleball, the front service line is called the non-volley line, or “kitchen line” and the back service line is called the baseline
The area bounded by the non-volley line, the sidelines, and the net, inclusive of the lines, is known as the non-volley zone, or “kitchen”. The centerline runs from the non-volley line to the baseline, bisecting the rest of the court into the right and left service courts. Each service court includes the lines enclosing that service court, except the non-volley line, which is part of the non-volley zone.