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Six winning Pickleball technique hacks

Six winning Pickleball technique hacks Improve your game with advice from the experts

It's one thing to pick up the basics of pickleball. For experienced racket sports players, it's quick and easy to get a game going, using your knowledge and experience from other courts. 

But it takes time, commitment and concentration to become an advanced player. We're working on our pickleball skills: here are our top six video tutorials to bring your game on and help you find your winning streak.

1. Forehand skills
Pickleball champion Scott Moore shows us the forehand he's famous for. Scott spends two and a half minutes breaking it down in slow motion, with simple explanations alongside.
https://youtu.be/t2LcNYu27Sc

2. Serving

Professional Third Shot Pickleball coach Mark Renneson spends three and a half minutes analysing and demostrating advanced serving techniques from some of the game's best players. 
https://youtu.be/nuzZ-7LLXZM

3. Forehand and backhand slicing
Four minutes of technique talk from pickleball touring pro Sarah Ansboury, Sarah demonstates how to optimise your body positioning, direction and power.  https://youtu.be/ft9R_sBgf3c

4. Defensive volleying

Certified coach and top level pickleball player Jordan Briones talks us through his technique for reset block volleying that can help you when you're under attack. A more detailed explainer that lasts eight minutes.
https://youtu.be/9xUM_i06uQQ

5. Smashes
Eight minutes with pickleball instructor and enthusiast Barrett Kincheloe will equip you with the power and potential of a satisfying and successful pickleball smash.
https://youtu.be/PrFWVtdn8Cg

6. Dink Shots
Steve Dawson from the US Pickleball Channel explains in less than five minutes how to use this advanced technique to play unreturnable shots from close to the net.
https://youtu.be/TK6fnPh90lU


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5 November 2020

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