Pickle Ball Paddle- Summer Game Venture

Anyone for tennis? Well, this summer is going to be pretty hot compared to the previous ones because last year everyone was confined to their homes due to corona virus but now the lockdown has eased out considerably, which makes it the perfect opportunity to go for outdoor games.

It becomes difficult to choose among the many sports but today, based on the title, we’ll go for tennis because pickle ball paddle is something that most readers would not have heard of.

What it is about we’ll find out right now and clear certain doubts regarding the sport because we all love to practice for a few hours in order to keep ourselves in shape, which is something that even senior citizens should get into given the circumstances.

High Expectations

It goes without saying that health is the primary concern for many people and one cannot simply stay holed up within the four walls of house so many folks are utilizing this opportunity to get into tennis.

Tennis has a long history to its name and we’ll begin the article pickle ball paddle because there are folks that are familiar with the term racquet than this so by definition, it is a paddle ball sport where you combine tennis, table tennis and badminton to make up an interesting mixture.

An interesting combination to say the least so when you have some important points to speak about it because it is similar but very different when you’re playing with it and doing the same with a tennis racquet is different.

Racquet sport is the right term for it where you have this hard solid wooden paddle where you have to hit the polymer ball that is quite similar to a waffle ball, which is a smaller variation of baseball.

Tennis and baseball are different but entertaining sports played in the western world but the net used in the former has around 40 holes where you have the scenario similar to a badminton court where the rules and regulations are similar to tennis but again quite different.

Pickle ball originated in the late 50s to early 60s when it slowly started to gather steam where it so happened that a couple of kids where found playing it as a backyard alley venture.

Buying Matter

When you’re out buying some of the best pickle ball paddles you can find, make sure to keep certain points in mind because you can’t just stumble upon a shop and select any random paddle that you come across.

At the same time, you should never compromise on quality aspect even though it might be relatively expensive because the starting price of a good paddle is $50 where the wooden ones are from $10 to $30, composite ones from $40 to $150 and graphite ones from $60 to $170.

Then the weight of the paddle where it should be neither too light nor too heavy so that you can keep a firm grip on it while hitting the shuttlecock where you can manage the entire game perfectly.

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