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Team Paddletek Pros European Tour with Professional Pickleball Federation

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Team Paddletek Pros European Tour with Professional Pickleball Federation

 8/30/2017 Left to right, Kyle Yates, Tyler Wren, Jennifer Lucore, Suzee Anderson, Christine McGrath and Daniel Moore. (Not pictured, Roberto Donati, Hilary Marold) For immediate release Following the largest professional event in the sport, pickleball’s Tournament of Champions in Brigham City, UT, leading manufacturer Paddletek, the Professional Pickleball Federation and International Federation of Pickleball team up to bring the sport’s top players through 4 European countries delivering exhibitions and clinics to players of all ages and skill levels to help further promote the sport on the international stage. The 8 day roadshow concludes with a 3-day event September 15-17 in...

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Team Paddletek Wins Big at Tournament of Champions

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Team Paddletek Wins Big at Tournament of Champions

Top players from around the USA and Canada gathered in Brigham City, Utah over Labor Day Weekend to compete for the largest cash prizes ever awarded at a pickleball tournament – a total of $48,000. There were two divisions, Masters, ages 18-49 and Legends, ages 50 and up. Paddletek players came out on top with a total of 7 Gold, 4 Silver and 6, Bronze medals at TOC. In the Legends division, Scott Moore took top achievement by winning Gold in all three events. In Men’s Singles Legends he defeated longtime rival, Glen Peterson, with the new, USAPA approved, MAX-90...

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Stacking 101 - Written by Christine McGrath

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Stacking 101 - Written by Christine McGrath

  Tired of being stuck in the same positions? Want to exploit your team strengths or cover a weakness? Your solution is stacking! What is stacking? Stacking is a strategy used in pickleball when players on a team are not in traditional positioning and are instead rearranged in order to keep one player on a particular side of the court. Unlike traditional play, the stacking team will start on the same side and then once the serve or return is hit, they shift into the desired positioning. Why stack? There are a few reasons a team should utilize the stacking...

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