tennis court

noun

: a large rectangular area that tennis is played on

Examples of tennis court in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Outside are a lovely pool and a grass tennis court, which are connected via a covered seating area. Emma Reynolds, Robb Report, 12 June 2024 Sign up The landscaped lot, five minutes from Zuma Beach and 90 from downtown L.A., includes a pool, spa, tennis court, gardens, and guesthouse. The Week Staff, theweek, 28 May 2024 But the 68-room property’s six tennis courts (that’s about one tennis court per ten rooms!) put it over the edge here. Charlie Hobbs, Condé Nast Traveler, 10 May 2024 Reality check: The tennis court is now marked for the playground game of four square. Lisa Gutierrez, Kansas City Star, 2 June 2024 Miles also sweetly posed on the tennis court in one photo and enjoyed a calming moment with Teigen in a body of water in another. Hannah Sacks, Peoplemag, 20 May 2024 Before the house was built, the space held the original tennis court for the neighborhood. Lennie Omalza, The Courier-Journal, 20 May 2024 As part of the ongoing project, archaeologists excavated a tennis court near the castle — and found the ruins of a 500-year-old church, Hungary’s National Archaeological Institute said in a May 9 Facebook post. Aspen Pflughoeft, Miami Herald, 15 May 2024 The spacious property covers over two acres and features a tennis court, a waterfall pool, and an outdoor treetop platform for yoga and meditation, among other amenities. Raven Brunner, Peoplemag, 22 May 2024

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“Tennis court.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/tennis%20court. Accessed 21 Jun. 2024.

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