In this video we’ll cover why you may have trouble getting to the net after returning a serve. We’ll also cover what you can do to work on having deep and precise groundstrokes even when someone has served deep.

Developing stronger groundstrokes is very important even in doubles pickleball because you need a strong groundstroke to get to the net.

Strong doesn’t necessarily mean hard and fast. Some of the best groundstrokes are often hit with medium pace but they are deep and accurate making them incredibly difficult to deal with for your opponent while also giving you plenty of time to get to net. What we show you here in this video will help you work on developing good solid groundstrokes and that will help your entire game.

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