In addition to that, the net is lower than most other racquet sports, which facilitates faster play. The size of the court is 20 x 44 feet, almost akin to badminton, for both doubles and singles.
Vertical and Horizontal
These are the lines on the pickleball court. To begin with, the baseline is at the back of the court, and if any ball bounces past this line, it is considered to be out.
This is one basic rule which distinguishes pickleball from other racquet sports. This refers to a line at a distance of 7 feet from the net. Hitting the ball before it bounces if your foot is on or between this line and the net, or stumbling into this zone after hitting the ball, is not permitted.
What is the Score?
A team scores when it wins a rally which it served. After a team or a single player wins a point, the players switch sides. Then, the serve comes from the other court. The team scoring 11 points first wins.
To add to all this, there is a norm that if the server has an even number score, he or she will serve from the right side of the court, and from the left side of the court if the score is odd.