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What's the difference between pickleball and tennis


Pickleball (Pickleball) is a game of hitting the ball with a racket, which was first developed in the United States on Bendrich Island in Seattle.

It is best described as a mixture of tennis, badminton and table tennis. The "Pick" ball was named after a dog owned by one of the inventors: during the first test shots of the invention, a dog named "Pick" used to run with the ball.

In terms of physical activity and activity, pickleball is more active and active than badminton and table tennis, so it is better than badminton and table tennis in terms of physical exercise. The amount of activity and amount of exercise of pickleball is smaller than that of tennis, and people who can not impress tennis are suitable for pickleball as a regular exercise project.

Pickleball is suitable for people of all ages, especially those who used to play tennis but have lost the condition to continue playing tennis (some people call pickleball "old man's tennis"), or those who play table tennis or badminton. If you're looking for something a little more intense, pickleball is the way to go. In addition, pickleball requires cheaper venues and equipment than tennis, and the entry threshold is lower.

Pickleball is a growing sport. In the United States, about 2.5 million people play the sport year-round. Pickleball has become a sport in many middle school PE classes. In New York State alone, more than 500 schools offer pickleball as part of their curriculum. There are pickleball city, state, and national competitions in many parts of the United States each year, as well as pickleball National fraternities.

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