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Pickleball (Grade 7)

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Like                               , the object of pickleball is to keep hitting the ball over a net until your opponent cannot return the ball.
  1. baseball
  2. hockey
  3. tennis
  4. golf
How many points must be gained for a pickleball victory?                                              
A                                is when a player returns a ball after it has bounced once on his or her side.
  1. serve
  2. smash
  3. groundstroke
  4. lob
What is the size of the non-volley zone?
  1. It's the area within 7 feet on both sides of the net.
  2. It's the area within 10 feet on both sides of the net.
  3. It's about 7 square feet.
  4. It's the distance from the baseline to the net.
Why is the non-volley zone a feature of the pickleball court?

The non-volley zone is sometimes referred to as the                     .
The                                eliminates the serve and volley advantage and extends rallies.
  1. non volley-zone
  2. net zone
  3. two-bounce rule
  4. bounce rule
Pickleball is strictly a backyard game for amateurs.
  1. True
  2. False
What are soft shots intended to arc over the net and land within the opposing non-volley zone either straight across or diagonally crosscourt?
  1. dinks
  2. groundstrokes
  3. lobs
  4. dunks
In what year was pickleball invented?               
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