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DIADEM HERO Pickleball Starter Kit

£78.50

DIADEM HERO Pickleball Starter Kit – Includes 2 Hero pickleball paddles (one blue and one yellow) , 2 balls, and a mesh carry bag. Perfect for starting pickleball.   Unstrung weight 215.5 g.  Diadem is an American specialist brand, with an international presence. Designed by players, for players.

DIADEM HERO Pickleball Starter Kit

Founded in 2015, Diadem had a clear vision – to revolutionize the tennis  industry by creating innovative, top-tier products that would optimize players’ performance. Located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, the epi-centre of the sports market, Diadem became the last American tennis brand, to design and develop all their products in-house.  Developed with performance in mind, every Diadem pickleball paddle has been carefully crafted for a specific type of playing style. Whether your game commands power and spin, or precision and control, Diadem have the best option to help take your game to the next level.

Located in Farnham, in Surrey – PURE RACKET SPORT specialises in only racket sports and has a specially selected range of all you will need for Pickleball.   We are here to give advice and guidance about which model might be best and explain how the latest product technology directly can impact your game.  For any queries you can ring 01252 717214 or email info@pureracketsport.com

PICKLEBALL  – How to Play 

  • The ball has to land within the white lines on either side of the court when in play. Technically, if it hits the line, it’s in.
  • At the start of the game, there should be one bounce per side before you can volley the ball.
  • Serving must be at the baseline, one foot behind it. The serve must also be underhand, the ball held below the waistline and served diagonally.
  • The serve can’t land in the non-volley zone – ie, anywhere inside the lined box – which is seven feet from the net, on both sides.
  • The game ends at 11, 15 or 21 points. Similarly to volleyball and tennis, the winning team must win by at least two points. When playing to 11, teams switch sides of the court when the first hits six points; if 21, the switch is at eight points
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