Difference between Pickleball and Tennis

Pickleball and tennis are two of the most popular racquet sports out there, but what sets them apart? 

For starters, pickleball is played on a smaller court, which means less running around and more action at the net. The ball used in pickleball is also lighter and has holes in it, giving it a unique flight path that can take some getting used to. 

On the other hand, tennis courts are larger, and the standard ball used in tennis is heavier and moves much faster through the air. Another key difference is the type of racquet used. Paddles are used in pickleball, while tennis players use strung racquets. 

Ultimately, both sports offer a fun and challenging way to stay active and compete against others, but they each have unique rules and characteristics that make them stand out.

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