If you’re a woman who loves sports and is looking for a new challenge, it’s time to get your paddle on and try pickleball! But what about tennis?

Pickleball is the fastest growing sport in North America, and for good reason.

It's fast-paced, easy to learn, and low on cost—all things that make it a great alternative to tennis. Read on to find out why pickleball is taking over the courts.

Pickleball Is Faster (and Easier!) Than Tennis

Pickleball has some major advantages over tennis when it comes to speed of play. The rules are simpler and the court size is smaller than a traditional tennis court, meaning you don't have as much ground to cover.

Plus, since pickleballers typically use paddles instead of racquets like in tennis, shots can be hit with more power and accuracy—so games move faster!


Pickleball is less intimidating than tennis for beginners because there are fewer strokes to learn (i.e., forehand, backhand).

And since players stand closer together on the court due to its smaller size, it’s easier to make contact with the ball more often during rallies.

So if you’re just starting out or are looking for an easier game than tennis, give pickleball a shot!

It Costs Less Than Tennis Too

Speaking of shots…pickleball costs less than tennis too! The price of rackets alone may already have you feeling overwhelmed when considering taking up a game of tennis.

But thankfully with pickleball all you need is a paddle (which usually runs around $30) and some balls ($10 for three). That's not bad at all!

Moreover, most public parks offer free courts or require only minimal fees per session—which means no costly memberships required either!


So if you're ready to take up a fun new sport that doesn't break the bank or require hours of practice before mastering its rules and techniques, give pickleball a try today!

Pickleball offers the same excitement as tennis without all the fuss—it's fast-paced yet low-cost AND easy-to-learn yet still challenging enough for advanced players.

Plus it's gaining popularity nationwide so there are plenty of opportunities both online and offline that will help you find your perfect match (pun intended!).

So don't wait any longer—get out there and get your paddle on!

One More Thing:

So, you've finally won a pickleball game and you want everyone to know it. You were a hotshot in tennis, but this is pickleball. Well, it has been a few years since you one a game, but I don't think your ready for the Olympics. But, still I guess it's time.

But you don't know what to do next? Where do you go to find out where to find this perfect trophy?

Well, don't worry, we've got you covered.

We've done the research by reading numerous articles, blogs and the reviews of numerous reviewers on Amazon and we feel we have a good handle on various awards, plaques, and medals you will  need so you can let everyone know what a pickleball expert you are.

And, yes pickleballers play in the cold months too, but I wouldn't recommend you taking your award to the court then. That's a little too much!

So, a good place to find items is the article we've written on the 11 Pickleball Trophies To Prove You Won...Or Lost!

So tap the button below and read what we've found for you. Then start practicing. Then maybe it won't be two years before you get another trophy. Instead, just go out, have fun, and perhaps develop that ability to actually earn that trophy you now hold!