WOW! This is an amazing 68 shot rally definitely worthy to be called “Point of the Day”. In the PRO Men’s Doubles semi-final match at the inaugural Las Vegas Pickleball Open, a spectacular point took place. It went to 68 shots, filled with strategic dinking and intense volley exchanges. Kyle Yates and Ben Johns squared up against Callan Dawson and […]Read More
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The dink is one of the most important building blocks of the game of pickleball. A good dink can propel your game to the next level, as Steve Dawson can tell you! Steve is a 2-time US Open Pickleball Champion and owner of the Bobby Riggs Tennis Club who is also known for his winning soft game strategy. Check out […]Read More
Every pickleball player knows that dinking is one of the fundamental building blocks of the game of pickleball. Even the Pro’s continue to drill the dink to improve their soft game. This week we’ve created a playlist of six of our best videos about the dink so that you can work on and improve this important element! Check out 3 […]Read More
Which strategy is overlooked by many pickleball players? Find out by watching this Pickleball Quick Tip as National Champion and top pickleball instructor, Marcin Rozpedski, gives 3 benefits to slowing down your game. The benefits of the slow game are tangible and can make a difference in your level of play. Hear from Marcin as he gives some wise advice […]Read More
Improve your dinking by using these three secrets and boost your game overnight! In this informative episode of Pickleball 411, pickleball pro Steve Dawson shows us useful dinking skills that will bring your game to a whole new level. Steve has developed these tips over years of experience as an instructor and owner at the Bobby Riggs Tennis Club and […]Read More
How can you improve your dink shot? In this episode of Pickleball 411, you can learn from veteran pickleball player Steve Paranto as he explains the massive improvements you can make to your game if you use the cross-court dink shot instead of dinking straight across to your opponent. Using his own visual aids (as if you are right there […]Read More