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Best Pickleball Podcasts to Listen to (Improve Your Game Off The Court), Matt @ Pickleball Portal, on May 28, 2020 at 3:43 pm

Spending more time on the courtThe court and the area surrounding the court designated for playing.   [quads id=10] More whether you’re playing singles or working on doubles strategy, doing drills, taking lessons, or practicing with a ball throwing machines are the keys to improving your pickleball skills. But as much as we love …
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Pro Pickleball Holding Pattern, Rob Nunnery, on May 4, 2020 at 2:07 pm

May 1, 2020 Pickleball On HoldHitting the ball in such a way that it does not bounce away from the paddle but is carried along on the face of the paddle. More Well, what a crazy past couple of months. I think it’s fair to say that noA loud word(s) spoken by a player or
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A Busy Two Months And My Pickleball Future, Rob Nunnery, on March 2, 2020 at 2:27 pm

I leave for the California Open on March 4 and that is the start of pickleball tournaments every single week through the end of the US Open on April 25. That’s a lot of pickleball. Partners are all set for … Read moreA Busy Two Months And My Pickleball Future The post A Busy Two
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Grand Canyon State Games and PPA Mesa, Rob Nunnery, on February 20, 2020 at 5:13 pm

Grand Canyon State Games And The Mesa PPA The past two weeks have been a whirlwind and an absolute blast. I’m on a Southwest flight back to Austin right now after spending two weeks in Phoenix playing two different tournaments … Read moreGrand Canyon State Games and PPA Mesa The post Grand Canyon State Games
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10 Most Popular US Cities For Pickleball – Where To Play Pickleball, Matt @ Pickleball Portal, on February 11, 2020 at 4:58 pm

NoA loud word(s) spoken by a player or line judge(s) to indicate to the referee and/or players that a live ball has not touched in the required court space. The preferred word to indicate a line call is “OUT”. Distinctive hand signals can be used in conjunction with a line call. Words such as “wide”,
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Preparation For Mesa PPA & An Added Warm Up Tournament, Rob Nunnery, on February 3, 2020 at 4:34 pm

Entry of January 16-31, 2020 My First Tourney! I’m even closer to my first tournament than expected. I’m heading to Phoenix a week early to play a couple of events in the Grand Canyon State Games.  I’ll be playing in … Read morePreparation For Mesa PPA & An Added Warm Up Tournament The post Preparation
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PICKLEBALL PIONEER, BARNEY MCCALLUM 1926-12019

On Bainbridge Island, near Seattle, Barney McCaDum was known as a handyman. So two of his neighbors, Joel Pritchard and Williarn Bell, asked him to help refine a game they invented in 1965 as a diversion for bored children. The game was akin to tennis,but with a smaller courtThe court and the area surrounding the
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The Journey to Pro Officially Begins – Part 1, Rob Nunnery, on January 15, 2020 at 2:52 pm

Entry of January 1-15, 2020 Now that we have the first post outA loud word(s) spoken by a player or line judge(s) to indicate to the referee and/or players that a live ball has not touched in the required court space. The preferred word to indicate a line call is “OUT”. Distinctive hand signals can
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