Throughout your journey as a pickleball player, you may find yourself sending your shot over to you opponents side higher than you would like, more frequently than you would like. That’s not ideal because the higher you send the ball over to the other side, the more likely you are to be attacked. Especially if your opponents are further up in the court.
What separates a great pickleball player from the rest is their ability to keep the ball low at key moments and on demand. Keeping the ball low makes it more challenging for your opponent to make successful aggressive plays against you.
Today, we’re going to look at 7 key ways to keep the ball low in pickleball
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