This week on Pickleball Channel we have another Pickleball Quick Tip brought to you by Coach Mo – a popular pickleball instructor who lives at The Villages in central Florida.  Pickleball Channel learned a lot from Coach Mo and we thought it would be a great follow-up to last week’s Pickleball 411: Third Shot Drill episode that relies heavily on this exact Quick Tip!  Together everyone is going to be playing better!

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7 Comments

  1. Great tip! I knew I had trouble accurately hitting the ball on the run. Will try this out! Pickleballaholic from Ontario, Canada! Where they are JUST finding out about Pickleball.

  2. I own Coach Mo’s excellent DVD, I have been split stepping just as my opponent is about to contact the ball for several weeks now; and my unforced errors have gone way down, and my control of the ball has gone way up. This guy knows his pickleball.

  3. Good tip. I’m going to try to remember this. Thanks.

  4. Mary Jane Ware

    I just discovered the Pickleball Channel and love the tips and videos. Keep up the good work!

    My husband is a lefti so we attempt to “stack” when we play mixed double to keep our forehand to the middle. However, we tend to get confused when under pressure in tournament play. Can you cover this technique so we can better understand what is necessary to make stacking (or loading) work for us?

    Thanks,

    Mary Jane

  5. I really enjoy watching and listening to your tips. Since I am a relative new-be at this, watching the videos is very helpful.

  6. Good advice. I would like a tip on the best return of a deep lob. Since I am quick on my feet I often get back to return a deep lob. I receive”great get”. But most often I hit it back only to loose the rally as the opponents hit to my vacant spot. Should I be learning to lob it back ?

  7. What are some good tips to practice keeping your eye on the ball. Thanks in advance.

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