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About The Game

  • Pickleball was originated from Seattle, United States in 1968
  • It is hybrid sports of racket and ball, which can be played both indoor and outdoor
  • It combines elements of badminton, tennis, and table tennis
  • The sport is played on a court with the same dimensions as a badminton court
  • The game is played with a hard paddle and a waffle ball, making the technique required for pickle ball different than other similar sports, which is played in double and singles format
  • A participant gets the point when he serves
  • The width and length of net are 3 feet and 22 feet
  • The racket is similar to table tennis bat with bigger size
  • This is also known as mini tennis, which is ideal for fitness and eye coordination
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Rules

The small court size (only 20 ft x 44 ft) provides for long rallies and a variety of play by players determined to win over their oppo nents. The fast volley exchanges increase the fun for players and spectators. Pickle-Ball is played by 2 or 4 players on a court identical to a badminton doubles court in size. Lowering the net to 3 feet on the badminton doubles court will convert it to Pickle-Ball court. Lightweight paddles

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Affiliation and Association membership are invited by AIPA. All India Pickleball Ass ciation is looking for highly motivated, strong pontential Association and Affiliations to spread the game throughout India. For more details please contact AIPA.

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Pickleball - Technical and Fun !

The small court size (only 20 ft x 44 ft) provides for long rallies and a variety of play by players determined to win over their opponents. The fast volley exchanges increase the fun for players and spectators. Pickle-Ball is played by 2 or 4 players on a court identical to a badminton doubles court in size. Lowering the net to 3 feet on the badminton doubles court will convert it to Pickle-Ball court. Lightweight paddles

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