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For some reason, you’re not hitting shots the way you once did, using the same pickleball technique, or maybe you’re not competing at the same level with the same people.
Today we’re going to cover an important pickleball skill that can help with this. This skill is rarely talked about but if you use it, it can help you get unstuck and take your game to the next level.
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But what does that really mean in terms of a rally or point?
Today we’re going to cover one of the most overlooked shots in pickleball. If used correctly, this shot can make you a bigger defensive threat and help you compete at a higher level.