10 Best Pickleball Paddles for 2024

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10 Best Pickleball Paddles for 2024

What a year it’s been for pickleball paddles! We are officially all aboard the Gen 2 train, and I don’t see it stopping anytime soon. In this review, we will break down the best pickleball paddle for each category.

We tested 20+ of the top-rated paddles and narrowed it down to the top 10. Here are our results.

How We Tested

Spin:

I test spin by hitting 10 serves with a gamma two-tone ball and record in 240fps to be able to slow down the ball to count the rotations of the ball.  I hit 5 serves on each side of the paddle because sometimes each side has a different grittiness.

Power:

For the serve (power) test I hit 20 legal serves that land in and measure the speed with a radar gun.  I average all the serves to land at one number.

Pop:

For the punch(pop) test I hit 20 punches by starting the paddle at my chest and punching as hard as I can.

NOTE: The current testing methods aren’t perfect, but until we have robotic testing we will have to rely on the old-fashioned human testing. If I notice a big discrepancy in my testing versus how it feels on the court, I retest and make sure there isn’t an outlier. 

If you have any questions about paddles on this list or need help picking a paddle, feel free to drop a comment here or message me on Instagram.

Best Pickleball Paddles of 2024 – Overview

9.25

Volair Mach 2 Forza 14mm

  • Swing Weight:108
  • Twist Weight:6.99
  • Shape:Wide Body
  • Avg Weight:8.1oz
Why We Like It

A blend of elite spin, pop, swing weight and twist weight makes the M2F 14mm one of the best paddles for hand battles.  If you are looking for a paddle to boost your speed at the net while boosting you in pop and spin then this is the paddle for you.  It does lack some great power and reach.  

9.25

SixZero Double Black Diamond

  • Swing Weight:114
  • Twist Weight:6.64
  • Shape:Standard
  • Weight:8.1oz
Why We Like It

One of the best all-around paddles on the market.  It doesn’t lack in any area, and you could call it a Jack-of-All-Trades paddle. The DBD lets you get the job done in the way you want to get the job done and doesn’t leave you feel like you are lacking something out of a paddle.

9.13

Pickleball Apes Pro Line Energy

  • Swing Weight:122
  • Twist Weight:5.74
  • Shape:Elongated
  • Weight:8.1oz
Why We Like It

A unique 17” paddle that has a long and narrow sweet spot, but the sweet spot feels so good.  The extra reach is nice if that is something you are looking for and the power you can access with this paddle is very good.  

9.13

Gearbox Pro Power Elongated

  • Swing Weight:121
  • Twist Weight:5.35
  • Shape:Elongated
  • Weight:8.0
Why We Like It

Max power and max pop are the two things that come to my mind when I think about this paddle.  This is a power player’s dream paddle and it is a paddle that lets anyone become a power player if they want to.  The only question is can you control the power?

9.25
Volair Mach 1 Forza Pickleball Paddle

Volair Mach Forza Family

  • Swing Weight:112
  • Twist Weight:7.37
  • Shape:Wide Body/Standard
  • Weight:8.1 oz
9.0
SixZero Ruby paddle in red

SixZero Ruby

  • Swing Weight:118
  • Twist Weight:6.82
  • Shape:Standard
  • Weight:8.2oz
Why We Like It

The Ruby is just an amazing all-court paddle that excels at spin, control and letting you access power when you need it. It looks amazing in a sea of black carbon fiber paddles and helps your control with the extra dwell time you get with the ball on the paddle.  

9.25

Volair Mach 2 Forza 16mm

  • Swing Weight:112
  • Twist Weight:7.37
  • Shape:Wide Body
  • Weight:8.1oz
Why We Like It

We love the M2F 16mm because it has one of the biggest sweet spots and one of the highest twist weights on the paddle market.  It makes it top our control list because of those factors and pairs it with elite spin.

9.0

Spartus Gladius Centurion

  • Swing Weight:105
  • Twist Weight:6.99
  • Shape:Standard
  • Weight:8.0oz
Why We Like It

An excellent choice for former tennis players and people who want a good all-court paddle at a great price.  It gives you good performance in power, control, and spin without breaking the bank.  It also looks amazing with the big red S and red edge guard.

9.0

GRUVN MUVN 13s/16s

  • Swing Weight:13mm: 100 16mm: 104
  • Twist Weight:13mm: 6.35 16mm: 6.86
  • Shape:Wide Body
  • Weight:8.0 oz
Why We Like It

13S:

This is an electric paddle that is meant for someone who wants to be aggressive and add firepower to their game.  It is super-fast in your hands and has some of the most pop around to let you win those hands battles efficiently.  

 

16S:

The 16S is one of the more unique paddles on the market because it combines a low swing weight to make it faster in your hands and also has a high twist weight which makes it have a large sweet spot and more stable than any other paddle at this swing weight.  

If you prefer to watch rather than read, here’s our video review, where we break down all the details of each paddle.

Best Pickleball Paddles in 2024 – Reviews

Best Overall

Volair Mach 2 Forza 14mm

9.25 Overall Score

Pros

  • Low swing weight for fast hands.
  • Big sweet spot and excellent control.
  • Elite spin.
  • Excellent pop.

Cons

  • Average to sub-average power.
  • Lacks reach.
Specs Name Value
Weight: 8.1 oz
Dimensions: 15.875" x 8.125"
Handle Length: 5.5"
Grip Circumference: 4 1/8"
Face: Raw T700 Carbon Fiber
Thickness: 14mm
Swing Weight: 108
Twist Weight: 6.99

Power

8.5

Pop

9.5

Spin

10

Control

9

Volair Mach 2 Forza 14mm Review

The Volair Mach 2 Forza 14mm was the first widebody paddle to become my paddle of choice for tournaments. Its 5.5″ handle, big sweet spot, spin, pop, and low swing weight make it excellent for hand battles at the net. 

I always thought I couldn’t use a widebody paddle because I would miss the extra reach that elongated paddles offered, but as I adjusted, I realized what I gave up in reach, I made up for in-hand speed.

The tradeoff was worth it for me, but it might not be for everybody. A reduced length also results in a wider width, which improves the sweet spot and, in this case, the stability of the paddle. 

The Mach 2 Forza 14mm is for an aggressive player who wants to get to the net and attack. If you are a more control-oriented player but like what I am saying about this paddle, the 16mm version would be perfect.


Runner Up

Six Zero Double Black Diamond 16mm

9.0 Overall Score

Pros

  • Good swing weight for fast hands.
  • Big sweet spot and excellent control.
  • Great spin.
  • Good pop.
  • The hybrid shape feels good all around the court.

Cons

  • Average Power.
  • Less reach than elongated paddles
Specs Name Value
Weight: 8.1 oz
Dimensions: 16.3” x 7.5"
Handle Length: 5.5”
Grip Circumference: 4.25”
Face: Toray T700 Raw Carbon Fiber
Thickness: 16mm or 14mm
Swing Weight: 114
Twist Weight: 6.64

Power

8.5

Pop

9.0

Spin

9.0

Control:

9.5

SixZero Double Black Diamond Paddle Review

The Six Zero Double Black Diamond 16mm tops many players’ best paddle list, and it made my top 3 even with all the great options entering the market in 2024.

I would recommend this paddle to anyone who wants a paddle but isn’t sure what they want because it is just a great all-court paddle that will help you grow your game no matter your play style.

There is a reason it is a top seller, and that is because it fits a wide variety of people. It feels fast in your hands, has enough power and pop to put the ball away, has great spin, a high twist weight (width of the sweet spot), and overall great control. 

In my video review, I said that it doesn’t do anything the best, but it does everything well.

So, if you want to have a paddle that can just do everything, then this is it. I also like that Six Zero continues to come out with new designs for the Double Black Diamond, which lets you stay with it as your main paddle while keeping the look fresh.


Editor's Choice

Pickleball Apes Pro Line Energy

9.13 Overall Score

Pros

  • Extra Reach
  • Big sweet spot and great control.
  • Great Spin.
  • Good power and pop.

Cons

  • Higher Swingweight
  • It can be challenging for some to get used to the 17" length.
Specs Name Value
Weight: 8.1oz
Dimensions: 17" x 7"
Handle Length: 6.25"
Grip Circumference: 4.25"
Face: Kevlar® x Toray T700 Carbonfiber
Thickness: 16.5 mm
Swing Weight: 122
Twist Weight: 5.74

Power

9.0

Pop

9.0

Spin

9.5

Control

9.0

Pickleball Apes Pro Line Energy Paddle Review

The Pickleball Apes Pro Line Energy is an interesting paddle because it has a super long handle at 6.25″ and a total length of 17″. This makes for a unique playing experience, and it also makes it a great paddle for a former tennis player because it is one of the closest feeling paddles to a tennis racquet.

If you do not like heavier-feeling paddles, then this is not the paddle for you because it has a 122 swing weight and feels heavier in the hands.

That is the tradeoff you must make for having a longer handle and longer length. If that doesn’t you, then this is a great paddle to put in your bag.

I enjoyed this paddle in singles and doubles. I don’t talk about singles often, but I could see in the future all pros using different paddles for singles than doubles because the games are so different.

Having the extra reach matters even more in singles, and hand speed doesn’t matter as much because hand battles are few and far between. 

In doubles, the Pro Line Energy excels at drives, drops, poaching, dinking, and rolls. It can be a little harder to get your flicks down with the extra length, but some find it easier with extra length. It will just depend on your game and mechanics. If you get past the swing weight, you get an excellent blend of pop, power, and spin for finishing points.


Best Power

Gearbox Pro Power Elongated

9.13 Overall Score

Pros

  • Elite Power
  • Elite Pop
  • Elite Spin

Cons

  • Bad Control
  • Expensive!
  • Quality control Issues
Specs Name Value
Weight: 8.0oz
Dimensions: 16.5" x 7.375”
Handle Length: 5.5"
Grip Circumference: 4.0”
Face: T700 Raw Carbon Fiber
Thickness: 14mm
Swing Weight: 121
Twist Weight: 5.35

Power

10

Pop

10

Spin

9

Control

7.5

Gearbox Pro Power Elongated Review

The Gearbox Pro Power Elongated is one of the most controversial paddles I’ve seen in my time playing pickleball. All because of the insane power this paddle lets people generate.

It seems it doesn’t matter how much power you can generate on your own this paddle lets you access power with ease. Many have questions about whether this paddle should even be legal, but it has been out for so long now I think it is safe to say it will stay legal.

We also have the cost of $275 which is towards the top end of the market and I’m always hesitant to recommend a paddle of that price unless it is unique.

With such great power and pop comes the question, can I even control it? Many have put this paddle down because they couldn’t control it and it takes time to master this paddle.

There are some dead spots on the paddle towards the top, and many have complained about quality control issues, but it seems that Gearbox at least honors its warranty.

They don’t have a great return policy, so you will want to try this from a friend before you buy because it is hard to know if you can control this power until you experience it first-hand.

Once you hone the power and pop this paddle, it becomes extremely fun to play with. Your drives, serves, and overheads feel effortless. The spin is good enough to keep these power shots in, but people get a little nervous facing this paddle. 


Best Spin

Volair Mach Forza Series

Volair Mach 1 Forza Pickleball Paddle

9.25 Overall Score

Pros

  • Low swing weight for fast hands.
  • Big sweet spot and great control.
  • Elite spin.
  • Excellent pop.

Cons

  • Average to sub-average power.
  • Lacks reach.
Specs Name Value
Weight: 8.1 oz
Dimensions: 15.875" x 8.125"
Handle Length: 5.5"
Grip Circumference: 4 1/8"
Face: Toray T700 Raw Carbon Fiber
Thickness: 16mm
Swing Weight: 112
Twist Weight: 7.37

Power

8.5

Pop

9.5

Spin

10

Control

9.0

Volair Mach Forza Series Review

I couldn’t just place one paddle for best spin because Volair found the secret sauce for getting the best spin on their paddles, with all their Mach Forza paddles topping spin lists across the country. So, whether you want an elongated, widebody, 14mm, or 16mm, the Forza family has the best spin right now for you. All are solid paddles (obviously, the M2F 14mm is my favorite). 

I will also say that the spin on the Forzas seems consistent, as most reviewers picked one of the Forzas as their top paddle for spin. Other paddles are catching up to the Forzas, so Volair will have to keep improving to stay at the top but for now, they are the king.


Best All-Court

SixZero Ruby

SixZero Ruby paddle in red

9.0 Overall Score

Pros

  • Great Power
  • Excellent Spin.
  • Looks great in that Ruby Red.
  • Great Control
  • Plush Feel

Cons

  • Lower Pop
  • Always Sold Out
Specs Name Value
Weight: 8.2oz
Dimensions: 16.3” x 7.5"
Handle Length: 5.5"
Grip Circumference: 4.25”
Face: Kevlar® fiber
Thickness: 16mm
Swing Weight: 118
Twist Weight: 6.82

Power

9.0

Pop

8.5

Spin

9.5

Control

9.5

SixZero Ruby Paddle Review

The SixZero Ruby is a great paddle, and it is a fun paddle. It looks good, plays well, and makes you feel good using it. I think the reason it is such a hot seller is 100% because of the ruby-red Kevlar face.

All that said, I do think the hype it has is too high because the hype makes it seem like it is the best paddle to ever be made and for some, it is but for many it won’t be.

It has amazing spin, a huge sweet spot, great control, and good power. Its biggest downfall is the pop, which I often felt at the NVZ and is why I prefer the DBD over the Ruby. For many the difference in pop isn’t a big deal and that is why they prefer the Ruby.

There is a special feeling of the ball on the paddle face of the Ruby. It feels like the ball dwells a little bit longer which makes the paddle feel softer than the DBD and there is less vibration feedback.

If you like a smoother hitting experience, then you will like the Ruby. It is one of the smoothest paddles I have played with, and I will attribute that to the Kevlar.

For $200, I think this is a good paddle, but it continues to sell out, making it hard to find. Don’t go out and overpay for this you are ok waiting until it settles down.


Best Control

Volair Mach 2 Forza 16mm

9.25 Overall Score

Pros

  • Low Swing Weight
  • Elite Spin
  • One of the Highest Twist Weights in the Game

Cons

  • Low pop
  • Lacks Reach
Specs Name Value
Weight: 8.1oz
Dimensions: 15.875" x 8.125
Handle Length: 5.5"
Grip Circumference: 4 1/8"
Face: T700 Carbon Fiber
Thickness: 16mm
Swing Weight: 112
Twist Weight: 7.37

Power

8.5

Pop

8.5

Spin

10

Control

10

Volair Mach 2 Forza 16mm Review

It is interesting how differently the 14mm and 16mm Mach 2 Forzas perform, but I love the contrasting styles the two paddles offer. The Mach 2 Forza 16mm is the ultimate control machine and if you want to lock down your control game this is my top recommendation.

The amount of control you get with this paddle combined with the elite spin is special. The high twist weight plays true to form and you will not have a problem blocking drives and resetting with this paddle.

The sweet spot is wide and it stays stable in your hands under the highest speeds. 

The power is average so if you can supply your own this won’t be an issue. Placing your drives, dinks, serves, rolls and speedups is a breeze with this paddle. The pop is the one area you will lack a little but it can be made up for with the low swing weight, huge sweet spot, stability, and great spin the MF2 16mm offers.  


Best Value

Spartus Gladius Centurion

9.0 Overall Score

Pros

  • Great Price (Who would have guessed?)
  • Good Spin
  • Good Power
  • Great Control

Cons

  • Lower Pop
  • Higher Swing Weight
Specs Name Value
Weight: 8.0 oz
Dimensions: 16.5" x 7.5"
Handle Length: 5.5"
Grip Circumference: 4.125"
Face: Toray T700 carbon fiber
Thickness: 16mm
Swing Weight: 105
Twist Weight: 6.99

Power

9.0

Pop

8.5

Spin

9.0

Control

9.5

Spartus Gladius Centurion

Spartus is a new company but with each of their paddle offerings, they have taken the time to make sure they do it right. They have a great option for $100 in the Gladius Centurion, as it offers a good balance of everything while maintaining quality materials for the price point.

I think this is a great first or second paddle for someone coming from tennis or even someone looking to take their game to the next level. The 5.5″ handle is high quality and lets you jump on the two-handed backhand trend.

I also love the red edge guard and giant red S on the paddle, which makes it stand out when you place it in the paddle queue.

I classify the Gladius Centurion as an all-court paddle, as it does a little of everything. The one area it lacks is pop, but this is a good thing if you are still working on your game because most of the poppier paddles are harder to control.

You will be able to grow your serves, drives, drops, dinks, rolls, and speed-ups with this paddle. Just because it is a value paddle does not mean it will hold your game back. You can feel confident getting this and taking it to the court.


Best Lightweight

GRUVN MUVN 'S' Series

9.0 Overall Score

Pros

  • Great Spin
  • Excellent Pop
  • Great Power
  • Low Swing Weight (Super fast in your hands)
  • Good Sweet Spot

Cons

  • Lacks Reach
  • Pop can be hard to control
Specs Name Value
Weight: 8.0 oz
Dimensions: 15.7” x 8.1"
Handle Length: 5.3”
Grip Circumference: 4.125”
Face: T700 Raw Carbon Fiber
Thickness: 16mm/13mm
Swing Weight: 13mm: 100 16mm: 104
Twist Weight: 13mm: 6.35 16mm: 6.86

Power

9.0

Pop

9.5

Spin

9.0

Control

8.5

GRUVN MUVN ‘S’ Series Review

GRUVN nailed it with their S series. The 13S and 16S play extremely differently, but they have two things in common. Super low swing weights and shorter lengths.

If you feel like hand speed is holding you back or want to increase your biggest strength, then you will want to check these paddles out because they feel so light to swing.

They are some of the shorter paddles around but that is how the low swing weight and high twist weight are achieved. This does mean you have less paddle surface to hit with and it can take some getting used to.

The 13S has some of the best pop in the game and still maintains great power on serves, drives, and overheads. This is the first paddle with a swing weight of 100 that I have played with that can be played without adding weight to it.

It didn’t twist in my hands, and the sweet spot felt great. There are two places where the paddle has drawbacks and that is the reach, and the pop can be hard to control. If you want the ultimate speed machine at the net then there isn’t anything better at this time.

Did you like that explanation of the 13S, but you want a little more control? Perfect, let’s talk about the 16S. The 16S has less pop and less power than the 13S, but the control is amazing.

The swing weight goes up just a little, so you can still have the edge with fast hands. If you want the combination of stability, control, and fast hands, this is the paddle for you. I think most will prefer the 16S unless they want the extreme pop of the 13S.


Honorable Mentions

Honorable Mention (Value/Control)

Vatic Prism Flash 16mm

Pros

  • Great Price
  • Great Spin
  • Excellent Control

Cons

  • Lower Pop
  • Lower Power
Specs Name Value
Weight: 8.1oz
Dimensions: 16.3" x 77."
Handle Length: 4.125"
Grip Circumference: 5.3"
Face: Raw Toray T700
Thickness: 16mm
Swing Weight: 114
Twist Weight: 6.41

Power

8.0

Pop

8.0

Spin

9.5

Control

10

Vatic Pro Prism Flash Paddle Review

Vatic does a great job offering a range of paddles at different price points and different specs. You can get most shapes you want and the thickness you want.

Vatic also offers newer designs from time to time to keep things fresh. They deliver nicely with the Vatic Prism Flash at $100. It is a non-thermoformed paddle as well which will give you a softer feel and better control.

If you have had issues with controlling thermoformed paddles or you simply don’t like the feel, then the Prism Flash is a great option to consider.

If you are still having trouble getting to the net because you can’t hit your drops, dig out balls from the transition zone and reset the ball then get this paddle now.

You will sacrifice the power and pop that you get from thermoformed paddles, but those things don’t matter if you struggle to make it to the net. This paddle will give you the best opportunity to learn and get better. 


Honorable Mention (Lightweight)

Electrum Pro Stealth Model E

Electrum Model E Stealth

8.75 Overall Score

Pros

  • Low Swing Weight for an Elongated Paddle
  • Great Spin
  • Interesting Design
  • Good Price for Edgeless

Cons

  • Low Twist Weight
  • Harder to Control
Specs Name Value
Weight: 7.8 oz
Dimensions: 16.5" x 7.5"
Handle Length: 5.5”
Grip Circumference: 4.25"
Face: Toray T700 Carbn Fiber
Thickness: 16mm
Swing Weight: 112
Twist Weight: 5.39

Power

9.0

Pop

9.0

Spin

9.0

Control

8

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Electrum Pro Stealth Model E Review

The Stealth Series went under the radar but if you are looking for a low swing-weight paddle that is elongated then I would go with the Electrum Pro Stealth Model E.

I think you could play it without adding weight but I do suggest adding a little bit (start with 2g at 4 and 8 o’clock) to help with the stability of the paddle.

It feels light in your hands. It has a great combination of power, pop, and spin. The control is decent for an elongated low swing weight edgeless paddle but isn’t the strong suit. I like the design, but some may find it to be too much.

The price was a problem but it looks like they have had a permanent sale for $165 lately and at that price it makes this paddle a great deal.


Is There Really a Difference in Pickleball Paddles?

If you’re unsure whether changing paddles will affect your game, the best thing you can do is borrow a friend’s for a game or two. Try different face materials, shapes, and handle lengths.

A brand new shiny paddle is not going to solve all your problems and magically make you a pro-caliber player overnight, but it may complement how you play so that you can make the marginal improvements that, over time, will solidify your strengths, limit your weaknesses, and make you feel more confident and comfortable on the court.

Here’s how the individual specs of various paddles typically affect performance:

Dimensions and Size

The dimensions of your pickleball paddle can actually have a significant effect on its overall performance. Typically, a narrower, elongated paddle shape will have more pop since the sweet spot is compressed, but a smaller compressed sweet spot is more challenging to hit consistently.

On the other hand, a wide-body paddle shape has a larger sweet spot and is more forgiving, but it may be harder to generate power.

It’s also important to consider your style of play when choosing the size of your paddle. For example, if you play singles and you could use a little more put-away power on drives, then elongated is your best option since you get the extra reach as well as some extra pop.

On the other hand, a wide body would be better for doubles pickleball where you need a little more control and finesse.

Weight

Paddles can weigh between 7 and 8.5oz. Those between 7 and 7.6oz are considered lightweight, those between 7.7 and 8.2oz are midweight, and anything heavier than that is heavyweight.

The weight of a paddle has three distinct effects on your game: maneuverability, stability, and power. A lighter paddle is more easily changed in angle and position, which is key for agile defense, especially when playing at the net.

Heavier paddles feel more stable. Whereas hitting the ball along the edge of a lighter paddle might result in some wobbliness, a heavier paddle will typically better maintain its angle and position in your hand.

Finally, because heavyweight paddles of course have greater mass, they impart more force to the ball, resulting in faster shots.

Core Construction

The paddle’s core refers to its internal structure and the material used to build it. The majority of paddles being released today employ a “honeycomb” structure that creates an evenly responsive paddle that resists wear and tear and enables a lighter construction.

As a buyer, your primary concern should be core thickness. Most popular paddles range between 10 and 16mm. Thicker cores are more forgiving since they’re more stable and can, therefore, better respond to fast shots.

Thicker cores also impart force more evenly to balls, allowing you to develop greater control over your shot placement and pacing.

Thinner paddles are more rigid, which causes the ball to bounce off the face more aggressively. I generally recommend looking for a paddle on the thicker side: Pros and newcomers alike benefit from having greater control and can usually generate enough force to hit a winner, even without a thin core.

Face Material

The Gen 2 pickleball paddles that are gaining popularity are mainly thermoformed with a raw carbon fiber or Kevlar carbon fiber face. These paddles are not only more durable but also provide a much more forgiving, plush, and consistent feel compared to the Gen 1 graphite or carbon-faced paddles.

The biggest difference between raw carbon fiber and kevlar compared to graphite or composite is the amount of spin you can generate. Carbon fiber is much gritter and has a lighter swing weight, which is the perfect formula to create a ton of spin.

Which Pickleball Paddle Has the Biggest Sweet Spot?

The Volair Mach 2 Forza 14mm has the biggest sweet spot and offers the most forgiveness. It has a twist weight of 6.99, which pairs well with the elite power and low swing weight. It’s the best overall pickleball paddle in 2024.

Finding the Ideal Paddle

The best pickleball paddles are those that complement your style and respect your budget. Before making an investment in one, consider your experience level, style of play, and tendencies on the court. If your friends use a variety of paddles, don’t hesitate to ask for their insights or to try a few points using theirs to see how they feel.

Now that your search has been narrowed, I hope you can find the right pickleball paddle for you quickly and easily so you can get onto the court and enjoy the game with a great pickleball paddle in hand.

Written by:

Jacob Hoisington

Jacob discovered pickleball when he one day was biking past local courts and started a conversation with some players. He asked what they were playing and got invited to a beginner’s night where he got hooked on the game. As a long-time doubles’ tennis player, pickleball was a natural fit for Jacob. His first love of the game was trying different paddles as there were so many and ever since he has become obsessed with trying every paddle, he can get his hands on. Jacob appreciates that pickleball is accessible to anyone while still offering competition.

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