The spin, pace, and location of Morgan Evan’s serve is absolutely an art form to watch. The serve can be an aggressive attempt to win the point outright on one shot. Theoretically you could dominate a match with your one shot wonder—the serve! Check out his serve.
Practicing on a wall is the single best practice tool you can do to improve your game. You can groove your shot making while at the same time get a strong workout. In this video you’ll see how to use the wall. I would suggest measuring 7 feet out for a no volley zone and 22 feet out for serve practice.
Jordan talks about drop feeding forehands and backhands, and hitting low half volley transition shots and the serve. You will need to have a bucket of balls for these drills. Its important to develop topspin on your shots to force your opponent to hit up.
These are really good basics to help you win at all levels.
It is a game consistent shot making.
Four shots you need to become 4.0 or better:
This is the U.S. Pro championships for 2021.Here are some great pickleball clips to see point play at the highest levels. Notice that the server doesn't always come in the the third shot. Some times it may take a fifth or seventh shot to be able to work their way to the no volley zone. Patience is key to this game. Power is not a priority when setting up a point.
This is a clip of the top ten pickleball points in 2020. Amazing long points.