Lobbing in pickleball is generally more difficult when compared to lobbing in tennis. And it’s only made difficult due to the smaller court size. This article provides insights on how to beat a pickleball lobber.
The best way to improve your pickleball skills is to understand the game. That’s why I created this Pickleball Insights blog…to help simplify the learning process vs having to search all over the internet. This post is all about how to play pickleball – videos and tips. Let’s go.
Top pickleball pros, Ben Johns and Rob Nunnery, interviewed Tom Dundon on a recent Freestyle Boys podcast. Listen to Tom, in his own words, talk about the major business movements in pickleball and why he’s leading the investment.
When you are first starting out playing pickleball, it is best to first learn and master the fundamentals. The fundamentals that we will be going over today are the pickleball groundstrokes: the forehand and the backhand.
There are thousands of pickleball tournaments around the US and globe. This blog post includes the official 2022 pickleball tournament schedule.
Mixed doubles in pickleball includes many strategies: picking the right partner, understanding how to communicate, etc. For more advanced players, pickleball stacking is also a consideration.
We’ve all heard about the third shot drop and the third shot drive, but what about the third shot lob? It is a shot not often utilized on the pickleball court, especially as a third shot.
I’m one of those who likes to play to win. In that, during my growth transition within the sport, I started brining the “Mamba Mentality” to pickleball. Pickleball is more than hitting the ball around the court, it’s more of a chess match – if my opponent does this, I’ll do that approach.
Pickleball stacking is often used in more advanced doubles play. It can look odd since both players are on the same side of the court, but fear not, it’s a great strategy and totally within the official pickleball rules.
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