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Pro Player Sarah Ansboury has won multiple national titles, but she says her greatest accomplishment in Pickleball is as an educator.  This is not surprising when talking with Sarah as she gives some very surprising tips on how to move on the Pickleball court to improve your game.

Show Notes

In this episode we discuss:

  • Why Sarah played in her first Pickleball tournament even though didn’t know how to keep score
  • How an accident helped her transition from tennis to Pickleball
  • Sarah’s greatest accomplishment in Pickleball and why it isn’t the many first place finishes she has had at the USAPA National Championships or U.S. Open
  • What Sarah would like to see in terms of the growth of the game of Pickleball
  • How the Palmetto Dunes Pickleball facility and program has changed since she started running the Pickleball program
  • Sarah’s motto for Pickleball and how it can help your game
  • A very surprising tip for how to slow the game down so you are not rushing when getting to or hitting shots
  • The movement necessary to help you make choices rather than react to the ball
  • Why you don’t have to get as low on the court as you might think
  • How a change in your movement can help your knees and hips

Mentioned in the Show

Professional Pickleball Registry

Palmetto Dunes Pickleball

Sarah Ansboury’s website

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