Pickleball is one of the fastest-growing sports in the world in recent times, especially in North America. This sport came into existence in 1965 at Washington State, USA. Now, Pickleball has evolved into a very popular sport in Canada due to the involvement of player communities regularly. Pickleball Toronto is made famous by not only these players, but the active engagement by the normal people to stay fit and healthy in their life. The rules, regulations, equipment, and playing styles of Pickleball share a very close resemblance with Tennis, Table Tennis, and Badminton. Court dimensions of Pickleball are very similar to Badminton and Tennis, its rules and regulations are quite identical to Table Tennis, and the equipment is an extended version of Table Tennis.
The sport of Pickleball involves either two or four players playing the sport with hard paddles created of wood and composite material, also a ball made of perforated polymer. The ball is served by a player behind the baseline with an underarm stroke towards the service court of the opponent diagonally. Some of the technical details of the Pickleball are as under:
1. A pickleball court size is 20 by 44 feet, similar for singles and doubles matches.
2. The net is 36 inches on the ends, and at the center, it is 34 inches for Pickleball.
3. A pickleball match is won by a player when he/she takes out 2 out of 3 games in that said match.
4. There are 11 points in a game of Pickleball, and it must be clinched by a 2 point gap at the very least.
Pickleball Toronto training provided by the experienced coaches at our club helps the players to learn about the overview of the sport as well as the techniques to play Pickleball like an expert in the top tournaments all over the world.