This drill focusses on how to get the idea of targeting the opponent’s dominant elbow (in this case right) into your muscle memory so that you can hit to that awkward location more often.
I’m calling a rapid exchange of volleys when everyone is at at the no volley zone line “the Blender.” And just like dropping a pickleball into a blender, you have no idea where the pieces may fly, or, more crucially, who will win the point. Winning...
This video shows a series of stretches that I like to do prior to playing tennis or pickleball. You will need a permanent net with a solid pole, as is typical on a tennis court, or on permanent pickleball courts.
This video presents a specialized shot that is designed for that surprising situation where your opponent’s shot hits the top of the the net and barely bounces over, dropping more or less straight down on your side, in the kitchen.
This video presents a low-tech solution for gathering pickleballs together on the floor so they are easier to pick up.
This is an idea for a teaching tool for beginners.