#1 Dink Mistake and What to Do Instead
Are you making this common dink mistake? It’s easy to get out of position on the wide backhand dink and using the cross step is one of the reasons why.
Here’s how to move quickly and efficiently and stop getting attacked.
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0:00 Introduction to the pickleball error
0:34 What the cross step looks like
0:52 The problem with the cross step
1:05 A better way to move to avoid errors
2:37 The strategic mistake from a cross step
3:52 Bonus-avoiding the attack
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