Use THE CLOCK technique to avoid this common pickleball error
Learn this technique and avoid the net. Avoiding the net will reduce your Pickleball errors and you will win more rallies (and, with that, more games).
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Good advice. I often want to smash but angle is wrong.
Glad you found it helpful Jeanne.
Love all your videos
Glad you’ve found them helpful Joe
Glad it helped Lori
So I should push the ball in a slightly upper contact.
Essentially yes. Personally I feel a push on the backhand and a lift on the forehand.
I thank you for providing a simple and logical way for my approach for the net return.
Glad you found it helpful Elizabeth.
Makes perfect sense! Now to put it to the test tomorrow 👍
Great help, can’t wait to try