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Play Pickleball at The nZone!

Pickleball Mondays and Thursdays from 1pm-3pm!

Pickleball players welcome! Soon you will be able to try the fastest growing racquet sport in the country!  Great exercise and tons of fun for players of all ages!

Introduction to Pickleball

Pickleball originated at the home of Joel Pritchard in the Seattle, Washington, area
in 1965. The game began as a family activity when Mr. Pritchard and his houseguest, Bill Bell, discovered that there wasn’t enough good badminton equipment for the two families to play. After modifying rules and replacing rackets with wooden paddles, they developed this new game. The name came from the Pritchard’s cocker spaniel, “Pickles”, who kept running off with the ball whenever it landed off the court.

Slowly, pickleball spread among neighbors and friends, and in 1972 a corporation was formed to protect the new game. During the 1970s the popularity of the game grew in the Seattle area, where it was used in high school and college physical educational programs and the park and recreation association. Though it has been around for about twenty years, the last five has seen tremendous growth. The United States of America Pickleball Association is the official promoter and governing body for the game.


How to play Pickleball

Pickleball is a simple paddle game, playing a special perforated slow-moving
ball over a tennis type net, on a badminton-sized court. The ball is served
underhand, without bouncing it from the court, and is served diagonally to the
opponent’s service zone.

Points are scored by the serving side only and occur when the opponent faults
(fails to return the ball, hits the ball out of bounds, etc.). The server continues to
serve, altering service courts, until the server faults.

A game is won by the first side to reach eleven (11) points but will continue
until won by a two-point margin.


Call us at 703-266-0118 for details and to reserve your court!

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