How to Light Tennis and Pickleball Courts for Safe and Satisfying Play

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In many parts of the country, and at varying times of year, playing recreational tennis — and to an increasing extent pickleball — at night may be preferable to playing during the day. Conditions may be cooler and less humid. Court availability might be more relaxed. And some might prefer the evenness of artificial lighting to the ever-changing angles of an intense sun.

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