3 Pickleball Singles Strategies That Will Help Your Doubles

3 Pickleball Singles Strategies That Will Help Your Doubles

These 3 pickleball singles strategies can improve your doubles game. Singles requires a player to think differently. Here’s a chance to modify some of our pickleball shots and ultimately improve our skills. Are you ready to Play Better Pickleball? FREE Pickleball Tips visit www.cjjohnsonglobal.com/31tips

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  1. Dale Voigt on August 18, 2021 at 10:15 pm

    Let us address the passing shot defence from a different perspective. Leaving a closible gap that looks like it is open is called baiting. It is when a defensive player leaves a sizable gap that they can close, for the purpose of baiting their opponents into trying to use a passing shot to drive by them; only to close the spot and attack the that passing shot. So whether you try a passing shot, or try to bait someone into using it, get out there and have fun. Use the old adage fool me once shame on you, fool me twice shame on me. Let the outcome of the shot or meenuver tell you if you should continue using it.

  2. Ralph Parker on August 18, 2021 at 10:27 pm

    I don’t think getting to the net is the best option on full court singles. It gives your opponent more angle for passing shot and cuts down on your reaction time. I prefer about two or three steps in. I like to stress out my opponent on the serve. Make him move on any return shot. If I catch him in a corner, and I can get a dink in, its going to the opposite corner to make him run the farthest. You do not want to set up a dink rally in Full court singles, you will get killed. Full court dinking is tough! But a great dink and make him run, he will have a tough time making a good return shot and consider the angle you have if he can’t control his momentum after hitting the ball. He would have to make a great shot to get out of trouble. But the rule in Full Court singles is great ball placement (and make your opponent move).

  3. Monte Imburg on August 18, 2021 at 10:41 pm

    that’s me

  4. 31tmdavies on August 18, 2021 at 10:46 pm

    I need a left handed coach and a left handed doubles partner