2022 Standard of Tennis Court Lighting

Illuminating a tennis court is determined by different organizations based on the level of competition being played on the court. These levels are often referred to as Class I, Class II, Class III, and Class IV.

tennis court

Class I: International, Domestic

 

  • High international/professional level – 450 lux
  • Top level competitive play for a large audience
  • Facilities generally include broadcast tennis matches such as US Open, Wimbledon, etc.

Class II: Club Games & Commercial Games

  • Club Standard Moderate – 350 Lux
  • Intermediate competition, high level training, average viewing distance
  • May include college facilities, primarily for inter-college or recreational games

Class III: Recreation & Residential

  • Lower level of play or recreational play – 250 lux
  • Low- level competition, local, general training, school teams or recreational activities

Class IV: Recreational

  • Minimum level game
  • Facilities strictly for recreation, such as parks

Class I

Class II

Class III

Class IV

Professional

College

College

High School

International

Tennis Clubs

High School

Tennis Clubs

Satellite

Residential

Tennis Clubs

Parks & Recreation

Challenger

Parks & Recreation

Residential

College

College

 

Parks & Recreation

 

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