Not everyone has the chance to work on pickleball drills. Some don’t seem to have the desire. However setting aside time to practice pickleball drills is important…or is it?
I recently read a Facebook post about playing pickleball with a spouse. It seems one partner was giving his or her spouse a three tournament try-out before deciding if playing together would work. … Continue reading →
As I sat in the referee meeting on Saturday afternoon at the US Open Pickleball Championship I had one of those “ah-ha” moments. You’ve had those moments. A light bulb suddenly appears above your head and you say, “Oh now I get it.”
We continue our three-part series on pickleball observations today, with a simple suggestion…favor your forehand.
I recall fondly the excitement that led up to the US Open last year. A big, major, sanctioned event…finally on the east coast. Local pickleball enthusiasts and sport event marketers had convinced a major real estate developer and the local city council to invest in a sport with a funny name.
This is the second of a three-part series based on my pickleball observations during “rec play”. Last week I asked you to stop bending your back. Today I implore you to slow down…stop shuffling so much! … Continue reading →