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Fun Drills Here are some things I suggest to help make practicing Pickleball shots and doing drills fun for players of all ages. 1. To decide on who serves the first game, have each player make 2 serves. 1 to each service side of the court. Each side keeps track of the number of serves they get in and the side with the most number of valid serves gets to chose whether they want first serve or not. 2. To practice both placement of the ball and forehands, tell the players that all shots must be made to the opponents’ forehands and you can only use forehands to make your shots. The serve must be to the opponents’ forehand. If a shot is not placed or taken on the forehand it is loss of serve or loss of point. Also, the two bounce rule is in effect for the whole game. All players must stay at the baseline and allow the ball to bounce before they can play it. 3. The same Drill as number 2 above can be used to practice backhand shots. For beginning or new players, I suggest playing a
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