4 Tips to Improve Your Pickleball Backhand
Most players struggle with their pickleball backhand.
Most players are more comfortable with either their forehand or their backhand. But more commonly, players are more comfortable with their forehand. In this week’s pickleball video we are going to spend some time fixing or building a solid backhand.
These 4 pickleball backhand tips will help you to become more confident and consistent with your backhand groundstroke.
0:33 Positioning the paddle
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1:39 Grip 2:55 Groundstroke-using the shoulder
5:35 Groundstroke with a ball
6:20 Mistakes players make
7:34 How to change direction with a backhand
8:25 Practicing against the wall
9:00 Body parallel to NVZ Are you New2Picklebal?
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