Pickleball Playing Tips

That was my ball!

By Tony Roig / July 16, 2020 /

Was that my ball or your ball? Learn to think of it differently. Check out our blog and you will learn how.

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Avoid Red Herrings in Your Pickleball Training

By Tony Roig / February 11, 2020 /

You want to improve as a pickleball player. Stay on the right path for you and focus on real skills and concepts that will help. Avoid distraction.

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Pickleball 2020-What Are Your Goals?

By CJ Johnson / January 18, 2020 /

If you want to play better pickleball in 2020, two things will help, a little reflection and a plan.   Take a moment to think about last year. What do you do well on the pickleball court? What didn’t you do as well? If you want to play better this year, I’d suggest that you…

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Three Strategies to Defuse the Banger

By Tony Roig / January 2, 2020 /

Bangers can be difficult to defeat, unless you learn how.

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The Out Balls Decision Tree

By Tony Roig / October 30, 2019 /

Improve your game by letting out balls fly by you. Trust us. You will like it.

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Master the Pickleball Follow Through

By Tony Roig / October 14, 2019 /

The follow through is an important and oft-neglected part of your pickleball stroke. Focus on it and your shots will improve.

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How much time should I spend on the pickleball drive (hard shot off the bounce)?

By Tony Roig / October 5, 2019 /

You do not need a drive to play successful pickleball. Concentrate on fundamentals.

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3 Tips to Close Angles

By Tony Roig / July 31, 2019 /

Pickleball is about angles. Understanding them is key to good play.

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Playing Tip: Pickleball Language Primer

By CJ Johnson / July 12, 2019 /

A game as fast as pickleball requires an abbreviated pickleball language to communicate. One of the first phrases of pickleball language new players learn is the “non-volley zone,” the first 7 feet on each side of the net, is called the “kitchen.” A “dink” is a shot intended to land in the opponents’ kitchen. Yelling…

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Playing Tip: That’s what Friends are For

By CJ Johnson / August 2, 2018 /

You always want a friend by your side. When you and your partner are together, you form a barrier that your opponents must penetrate. This is true whether at the baseline or at the kitchen line. You should try to move in unison back to front, side to side. The only time you start apart…

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