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Pickle Ball (4/17)

Pickle Ball Study Guide (4/17)

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Pickle ball was created during the (season) of (year) on (Name of island) Island Summer; 1965; Bainbridge
Bainbridge Island is a ferryboat ride from ___________, Washington Seattle
The original purpose of the game was to provide a sport for the entire ______. Family
The co-inventors of the game are...? (List in alphabetical order by last name) William Bell, Barney McCallum, Joel Pritchard
William Bell, Barney McCallum, and Joel Pritchard were not only the co-inventors of pickle ball; they were also all U.S. ________________. Congressmen
When serving, the player must keep one foot behind the _______ _______ until the ball is served. Service line
The serve must be (overhand/underhand) Underhand
When serving, the paddle must be (above/below) the waist Below
The server must (let the ball bounce, and then hit it/hit the ball in the air) on the serve Hit the ball in the air
A serve is made (diagonally/directly across from the server) Diagonally
A serve must clear the ___-______ zone. Non-volley
After each point is won, the server will alternate service courts until he/she (loses the serve/gets 5 or more points in one possession) Loses the serve
After a player loses a serve, his/her teammate will being serving in the (right/left) service court Right
TRUE OR FALSE: A team ALWAYS has two possessions. False
All volleying must occur outside the ____________ zone. Non-volley
A team scores a point (only when serving/only when the other team loses possession) Only when serving
An official game is played to __ points. 11
A team must always win by __ points. 2
TRUE OR FALSE: Strategies include lobbing, overhead smashing, passing drive shots from the baseline, fast volley exchanges at the net, reaching the front of a court, and communication among teammates True
To hit a ball in the air without letting the ball bounce is also known as.....? Volleying
A mistake made in the game is also known as a...? Fault
Faults include...? a) Hitting ball out of bounds b) Not clearing net c) Volleying in non-volley zone d) Volleying before ball bounced twice e) Ball bounces more than once f) Player hits ball twice g) Serve isn't diagonal h) Player serves from wrong side
How the game is started and what happens after a fault has occurred is also known as a...? Serve
Key rules to serving include...? a) Players must keep one foot behind the back line when serving b) Serves must be diagonal c) Servers must hit the ball in the air d) Paddles must pass below the waist e) Never serve from the same place twice.
What rule states that: Each team must pay their first shot off the ounce. Receiving team must let the ball bounce and there serving team must let the ball bounce before it can be returned or volleyed Double Bounce Rule
What type of animal was pickle ball named after? Dog
Created by: oliva.muchnik