The dink is a shot that drops into your opponents Non-Volley Zone (NVZ) or Kitchen. It is hit from your Non-Volley line and meant to land near your opponent’s feet. They must let the ball bounce before they can hit it, making them hit the ball upward over the net.
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Last week, the USAPA rolled out their new player rating system. The UTPR (USAPA Tournament Player Ratings) was established to have a more accurate assessment of all players.
With the previous or legacy system, the ratings were based on tournament directors and each player’s own ratings. (Surely no one would play down a level, would they?)
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The UTPR is comprised using up to 3 years of tournament history from pickleballtournaments.com. It’s based on past performance and will help in seeding future tournaments.
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