At the center of the court, the tennis net should be at a height of 3 ft (0.914 m). The net posts should be at a height of 3.5 ft (1.07 m).
The tennis net should be attached to two side posts at a height of 42 inches (107 cm). At the center of the tennis court, the height of the net should be 36 inches (91.4 cm). The net should be attached to the center of the court with the strap. The strap should not be wider than 2 inches (5 cm) and should be white.
Tennis net height (at center): 3 feet (0.914m) Maximum diameter of cord or metal net cable: 1/3 inch (0.8cm) Maximum width of strap for net: 2 inches (5cm) Band for top of net (on each side): between 2 inches (5m) and 2-1/2 inches (6.35cm) Filed under Tennis Court Dimensions and Rules.
As per the official website of International Tennis Federation, the overall height of the tennis net must be 3 feet (36 Inches) in the middle of the net. It is in the center where this net is firmly attached to the ground with the help of a strap.
The height of a net, including the net itself and the cord attached, should not be taller than 15.25cm above the playing surface. The length of the net should be 1.83 meters long covering the entire width of the table, and the net should be as close to the playing surface, as possible.
The perfect height of tennis net at the post-bar, it is 42 inches and at the middle of the net it’s height should be 36 inches. But it is hard to make 36 inches at the middle because when you crank the net it will be 40 inches at the middle but through this way, you will get perfect tension.
Tennis net height (at center): 3 feet (0.914m) Maximum diameter of cord or metal net cable: 1/3 inch (0.8cm) Maximum width of strap for net: 2 inches (5cm) Band for top of net (on each side): between 2 inches (5m) and 2-1/2 inches (6.35cm)
Tennis court nets are generally 36 inches high at center court and rise to 42 inches at the posts. The quick and dirty solution is to adjust the center strap. Since tennis court posts are spread out wider (more than 36 feet) than pickleball posts (more than 20 feet), if you can lower the center strap to 34 inches the edges of your pickleball net should only be a bit higher than regulation on the edges of the court.