Here’s a quick tip to keep yourself in the point! Hear from pro pickleball player Dave Weinbach as he talks about one of his favorite concepts in pickleball. It will help you with your dinking and drop shots as well. Dave is currently a five-time National Championship winner and a six-time US Open Championship winner among many other great wins in his career. This is a concept that he uses in the matches he plays, and now Dave is sharing it with you to help improve your winning streak!
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Watch another quick tip from Dave Weinbach! He gives some great advice about how to keep your shot unattackable. Watch Dave now as he demonstrates these step by step instructions on how to force your opponent to lift the ball, giving you the advantage. This is a quick tip that is packed full of potential! Watch this quick tip today!
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I’d still like to see more clarification on illegal serving. For example, how vertical must the swing path be– is 1 degree acceptable ?; must the entire swing path have some degree of verticality or can the forward swing initially be horizontal and then become vertical to some degree? Another example-I see many players start their swing with the paddle head cocked above their wrist. It is impossible to see if the head is in line with their wrist at contact, so you get a lot of spin coming at you with no recourse. Thanks for reading this.
The new Ball that the USAPA tHE GAMMIS BALL DO MOT SEEM TO BE HOLDING UP
WHY ARE THE NEW BALL NOT HOLDING UP
Tips for singles please
What is the best way to return a ball that has a lot of back spin? I play with group of people that return the serve with a ton of back spin, and I find it hard to return it on the third drop shot. It goes into the net or I pop it up to high and get it slammed back in my face. Thanks Greg.
What Does it mean to be a 5,4,3,2,1 rated player?
And how does one get their rating?