Simple Trick the Pros Use to Increase Their Speed on the Court – Pickleball Quick Tip

Everyone wants to be faster on the court. This week we give you a quick tip to help improve your speed and get to the ball faster. Pickleball Channel was lucky enough to get with Pro pickleball player Marcin Rozpedski at the USAPA Nationals Pickleball Tournament and hear first hand a simple trick he uses to get to the ball faster. It’s simple and any level player can improve their game immediately by implementing this easy tip.

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5 Comments

  1. Jennifer Lucore says:

    Great tip Marcin!!

  2. Ernie Medina, Jr. says:

    Great idea that I’m trying to do more of. After years of being drilled into my head to “watch the ball”, I’m trying to look at the paddle as well.

  3. Audrey says:

    Simple, yet so important and effective. Thanks for the tip!

  4. 10sman says:

    Marcin,
    As all advanced players will tell you, #1 most important key to success is to concentrate on the ball. This does not mean look at the racquet or even look at the ball, it means concentrate on just the ball, and nothing else. Your eyes must be focused, or else you will not be able to hit your spots. However, for beginners or intermediates to successfully do this is almost impossible, so maybe staring at the racquet is the next best thing.

  5. Arun s says:

    Yes, Marcin is absolutely spot on. The two essential ingredients for moving quickly on the court is foot speed but more importantly, anticipation. If you perfect the art of reading different opponents shots, you will be in the right place without having to hustle after they hit it. Yes, it’s a guess at first and they may pass you initially but soon they’ll try to hit a passing shot and see you’re already there to cut it off with a volley etc.

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