Whenever I give lessons to partners I usually come across a lot of the same issues. I’m told: “He hogs the middle and is taking my forehand”, or “She has trouble with her backhand”, or “He doesn’t come to the line quick enough”. We are often too quick to point out what is wrong with what our partner is doing.
About Sarah Ansboury
A 5.5 tennis player, Sarah exemplifies the new generation of cross-over players that are changing the face of pickleball. Sarah’s prowess as a pickleball player became recognized nationally during 2015, her break out year. After winning Gold and Silver at the September 2015 Tournament of Champions, Sarah became the one to watch. She followed these impressive wins with four medals at the USAPA National Tournament later that fall, and earned 5 medals at the first US Open Pickleball Tournament in April 2016. As a member of the International Pickleball Teaching Professional Association and certified member of the the US Professional Tennis Association, Sarah brings over twelve years of experience in teaching and coaching to her clinics and private instruction. Sarah now travels the country working with beginner and advanced players to improve their all around game technically, mentally, strategically and through improved fitness. Sarah believes that every player has a way they can improve, whether that be by little or big strides. Sarah has a talent for looking at any player and finding ways they as can improve as individuals and to become better partners.