Eliminate unforced errors in your pickleball game

The goal of all players, regardless of skill level, should be to decrease the number of unforced errors committed in a game.  An unforced error is an error you commit on a return of an easy shot to you or an error committed on your serve.  You are totally responsible for the error!  A forced error, on the other hand, is an error committed as a result of an aggressive, well-placed shot coming to you from the other side of the net.  Your error is “forced” by the opponents.  Strive to eliminate your “unforced errors” and your game will improve tremendously!

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