By: Tony Roig | January 2, 2020 |

Three Strategies to Avoid Unforced Errors

Before diving into the specific strategies, all of these are driven by one principle:

Give yourself a larger margin of error.

The smaller your margin of error, the likelier you are to make an error. Seems like a simple concept, because it is. It is the implementing of the concept that is the hard part.

More below.



Tony Roig

Hola. Hello. Konichiwa. After 40 years playing tennis, I am now a full-time pickleball player and professional. As a 5.0 rated Senior Pro Pickleball Player and an IPTPA-certified Master Teaching Professional, my focus is on helping players like you learn to play their best pickleball. In 2016, shortly after starting to play pickleball, my friend Tom and I jumped into the highest division at the first US Open in Naples, Florida. That morning it became clear just how much there is to learn in this seemingly simple sport – a lifetime of learning if you so choose. Since 2018, I have been on a mission to share my knowledge of pickleball so other players can enjoy the game at a higher level and attain their pickleball objectives. When not studying or playing pickleball, I like to travel with my other half, Jill.