Slam Master PICKLEBALL Training / Trainer / Practice / Drill PADDLE #2

Slam Master PICKLEBALL Training / Trainer / Practice / Drill PADDLE #2

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Slam Master Pickleball Training / Practice / Warm-up / Drill Paddle


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Pickleball is a paddleball sport (similar to a racquet sport) that combines elements of [[badminton], table tennis, and tennis [2] Two or four players use solid paddles made of wood or composite materials to hit a perforated polymer ball, with 26-40 round holes, over a net. The sport shares features of other racquet sports: the dimensions and layout of a badminton court, and a net and rules somewhat similar to tennis, with several modifications. Pickleball was invented in the mid 1960s as a children’s backyard game.[3]

The sport is growing internationally too. Many European and Asian countries have started adding pickleball courts.

Around-the-post, ATP
A shot that travels outside the net posts, allowing its trajectory to stay below the height of the net.
The line at the back of the pickleball court (22 feet from the net).
The line bisecting the service courts that extends from the non-volley line to the baseline.
The opponent’s court diagonally opposite a player’s.
A dink is a soft shot, made with the paddle face open, and hit so that it just clears the net and drops into the non-volley zone.
A volley hit near the net by a player positioned outside the court or in the process of leaping outside the court. A legally executed erne shot allows a player to hit the ball closer to the net without stepping in the non-volley zone.
An infringement of the rules that ends the rally.
Foot fault
Stepping on or into the non-volley zone while volleying a ball, or, while serving, failure to keep both feet behind the baseline with at least one foot in contact with the ground or floor when the paddle contacts the ball.
A type of hit where the player hits the ball immediately after it has bounced in an almost scoop-like fashion.
The non-volley zone which is seven feet from the net on both sides is commonly referred to as “the kitchen”. Players may not enter the kitchen to return a ball unless the ball first bounces.
Hitting the ball in a high arc to the back of the opponent’s court. Ideally designed to clear an opponent who has advanced toward the net.
Net serve
A serve that touches the top of the net and lands in the proper service court (it is replayed without penalty).
Non-volley zone
A seven-foot area adjacent to the net within which one may not volley the ball. The non-volley zone includes all lines around it. Also called the “kitchen”.
In doubles, to cross over into one’s partner’s area to make a play on the ball.
Hitting the ball back and forth between opposite teams.
Serve, service
An underarm lob or drive stroke used to put a ball into play at the beginning of a point.
Server number
When playing doubles, either “1” or “2”, depending on whether one is the first or second server for one’s side. This number is appended to the score when it is called, as in “the score is now 4–2, second server”.
The line at the side of the court denoting in- and out-of-bounds.
When the serve moves to the opponent’s side.
To hit the ball before it touches the ground and bounces.


  1. Slam Master on November 2, 2021 at 7:41 pm

    LOL – the snow doesn’t stop this guy from practicing Pickleball –

  2. Gordon Gebert on November 2, 2021 at 7:50 pm

    A FANTASTIC Christmas gift for your Pickleball playing loved one!

  3. Slam Master on November 2, 2021 at 8:11 pm