How is the original post distance significant then for the wall? A scoreboard is distinctly off the athletic field and further distance between a baseball field wayspot and homerun territory where a scoreboard is located then your suggestion on the original post between the two tennis court fields.
Because the Tennis Court isnt already a waypoint. The Tennis wall would be the only Waypoint for that set of tennis courts.
There are 2 SETS of tennis courts they are entirely separate. You can see the wall on the lower right corner of the tennis courts without a portal.
Tennis courts are already a wayspot in less of a distance in the original post.
As seen in the photo there are 2 distinct separate sets of courts. The courts on the left are labeled #1, the courts on the right are eligible as they are entirely separate set.
How are you comparing tennis courts that are closer then home plate and past homerun territory on a baseball field? Maybe check out them locally nearby you and see the differences in distance.
Example on distance in google for a baseball field with a scoreboard 40.808239,-77.861408
Compared to your tennis courts....
A scoreboard not on the actual baseball field game of play area that has it's own structure. Distance wise you are closer and tighter than my suggestion. Explain how they are different? The scoreboard has it's own structure and separate from the field as it is past homerun territory.
Baseball field and a scoreboard sign are different wayspots. 2 different tennis courts are different wayspots in my opinion. Yet you refuse one and accept the other?
A church with a church sign across the street is different wayspots to me.
A bar with a bar sign in the parking that are enough distance apart are eligible to me.
As you mentioned the scoreboard is a sign for the baseball field. Signs have to be significant distances. However another baseball field could be next to that baseball field and still be eligible. Two entirely separate arguments they are not one and the same.
You are comparing apples to oranges not apples to apples.
That's not up to you to decide. That's a niantic decision on distance. They are clearly different submissions and not on top of each other to not be eligible.
It is the same situation even though you are not seeing it right now.
Your opinion is 2 separate tennis courts are different structures.
I am saying a scoreboard sign and a baseball field are two separate structures and submissions too.
Both are correct and saying the same thing. Except in real life your distance is tighter.
Distance wise for yours would be similar to a church and church sign. A bar with a bar sign. Similar distance apart but all meet criteria to accept.
I know that people are very passionate about Wayfarer and that nominations feel very personal and advocating for them is fully encouraged. What is not allowable is attacking one another for disagreeing. I would hate to see folks in this thread get warnings for being too quick to respond or too proud to accept community guidance for how to improve their nominations.
@Tailpot while duplicate nominations are in fact what you described: the same nomination that already exists within the program that the nominator may not have seen when nominated. However, please keep in mind that our goal is not to ingest every possible POI to get as many Portals/Wayspots as possible, but rather to ingest unique, interesting, artistic or notable local hotspots where players could gather or learn/discover something about their community.
An athletic field is absolutely an example of this. An athletic field, the scoreboard on the field, the wall on the south end of the field, the home base on the field, the dugout of the field are not all eligible. In essence, these are all one singular gathering point so should be considered as a single Wayspot. If, however, there is a statue of a notable player on the team at the entrance to the field (and also not in the stands or on the field otherwise overlapping with the athletic field itself), that would be a separate Wayspot from the field.
It's important to consider both the individual POI itself as well as why people would go there. Are they unique from one another or are they parts of a greater whole?
To address the specific question asked: I would NOT consider a tennis wall and a tennis court to be separate Wayspots unless they are part of different facilities (i.e. one in a park and one in an athletic facility) or at different ends of the same park.
Hopefully that guidance answers the questions.