Portable and Adjustable Pickleball Tennis Net Set Portable and Adjustable Pickleball Tennis Net Set Portable and Adjustable Pickleball Tennis Net Set Portable and Adjustable Pickleball Tennis Net Set Portable and Adjustable Pickleball Tennis Net Set Portable and Adjustable Pickleball Tennis Net Set
Portable and Adjustable Pickleball Tennis Net Set

Portable and Adjustable Pickleball Tennis Net Set

Pickleball is a racket sport that combines aspects of tennis, padel, badminton and table tennis. It is played with a racket and a perforated plastic ball on a badminton court over a tennis-like net. Pickleball is usually played in doubles but also singles for those looking for a greater challenge. It is an all-season sport that can be played both indoors and outdoors. Pickleball is great fun to play for all ages and levels of play. The rules, equipment and dimensions of the game create a unique sport that provides long and dynamic exchanges throughout the game. This sport develops hand-eye coordination, agility and strategy.

The game of pickleball or tennis goes where you go with this Portable Pickleball Set. Set up a pickleball or tennis match anywhere with a flat surface. This quick and easy, super-portable pickleball tennis net is perfect for practice or a friendly game. The 81cm tall net goes over the metal frame via easy side sleeves, and features high-visibility top tape and easy tension straps. The regulation 6,4m net (plus 10cm wide sleeves on each side) is adjustable to lengths 5,5m and 4,6m for use on smaller playing areas. The support frame is made of durable tubular metal and consists of a 6,4m crossbar and two 3cm (dia.) x 91,44cm (h) end supports.
Set includes an adjustable net, 2 wooden pickleball paddles with soft grip handles, 3 plastic pickleballs and a carrying bag with full zipper.

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Ref. M114800

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Ref. M114800
Brand Park&Sun Sports

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Available as from April!

Basic Quick Start Pickleball Rules
THE SERVE:
Perform a coin toss and the winner can choose one of the following
a - The right to receive or serve. The loser can choose the side of court
b - The side of court and the loser can choose the right to serve or receive.
At the start of each game and every time the total score is an even number, the serve is from the right side of the service court. (Example: 12 serving to 10 is a total of 22 an even number)
When the total score is an odd number, then the serve is from the left side of the court.
The serve must be underhand, hit below the server’s waist, and the server must keep both feet behind the back line.
The ball has to be served diagonally cross court clearing the 7ft no volley zone and reaching the receiver’s service court to be an acceptable serve.
Each team must play their first shot off of the bounce. That is, the receiving team must let the serve bounce once and the server must let the return bounce. The players can then either volley or let the ball bounce once. Volleying is prohibited inside the “no volley” zone.
If the ball hits the net but still reaches the service court area, it is good and should be played.
If the server swings and misses when serving, it is a fault.
Points are only scored by the side that serves and the server continues until the team makes a fault.
PLAY:
If it is a good serve, players hit the ball back and forth over the net in the air making a volley.
The ball can bounce once until one player fails to return the ball or until a player hits the ball to the ground on the opponent’s side un-returned.
The serve must clear the “no volley” zone. Receiving team must let the ball bounce once and the serving team must also allow the ball to bounce once. After these two bounces, players can either volley the ball or bounce the ball. Volleying is prohibited inside the non-volley zone.
The ball is out of play if it lands outside the court or fails to go over the net.
Any ball that lands on the line is considered inbounds and playable.
If a player touches the net with his paddle or gets hit by the ball or hits the ball before it crosses the net, it is considered a fault.