Melville tennis courts too short for regulation play, town says – New York News

The town says newly built tennis courts at Sweet Hollow Park, in Melville, seen here on Wednesday, June 21, 2017, are about 10 feet shy of regulation size. (Credit: Howard Schnapp)

It could be game, set and match for tennis courts at the newly opened Sweet Hollow Park in Melville.

The two courts at the $3.55 million park were found to have a design flaw that has left them a few feet short.

The standard distance between the baselines of the town-designed courts and the fence surrounding them should be 21 feet, but they were constructed with only 10 feet between…

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