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It is from a dog. (Ask a founder)
Never seen anyone play it outside of states
Looks like fun for homosexuals only. Nobody else
Does she mean regulation?
If you are going to do more on pickleball, be sure to include how people who live near these courts are driven insane with the obnoxious noise from it. For people near these courts it's all day, they don't leave, the game never ends. Other sports are short lived or have a variety of sounds. This is a rising issue as this "sport" becomes more popular. I have sympathy for people living near where people play. It seems to be more annoying than tennis sounds.