Pickleball is sweeping the nation as one of the United States' next big sports.
The sport is played by athletes of all ages and pickleball has recently received a huge boost from major celebrities.
NFL stars like Russell Wilson, Drew Brees and Rob Gronkowski have all hit the pickleball courts and enjoyed the sport.
Although there are many similarities to tennis and other racquet sports, some pickleball terms differ.
ONE37pm offers up some of the most important pickleball terms to you'll need to know before hitting the courts.
The Association of Pickleball Professionals (APP) is one of the bodies that hosts both professional and amateur events.
The APP Tour is one of the leading tours in pickleball.
An Around-the-Post shot is one of the most exciting shots. Players wait for the right opportunity to hit the ball onto the other side around the post.
A Dead Ball occurs when a fault has happened and the ball isn't in play any longer.
The Kitchen is the phrase used for the No Volley Zone. Players can only enter the area if the ball has bounced in it.
Volleys and overhead smashes aren't permitted in The Kitchen.
Similar to tennis, pickleball has a variation of a drop shot known as a Dink.
Dinking occurs in or around The Kitchen and is designed for players to keep the ball as close to the net as possible.