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    Welcome to the Hilton Pickleball Court! Where you can enjoy a game of pickleball in your hotel!

    Don’t forget to ask about our Sunset Sessions from 5 – 7pm every Friday

    Click here to watch and Learn how to play Pickleball 

    Shake up your Summer Days with Hilton Little Queen St’s Rooftop pickleball court, brought to you by Game4Padel Australia, The Hilton Lt Queen St, Monkey 47 Gin & Ellesse.

    With city skyline views you can enjoy refreshing cocktails and savour delectable snacks while you enjoy a casual hit. Plus it’s free to play!

    Enjoy our sunset sessions, running every Friday from 5pm Game4Padel’s own expert coach will be on hand to show you how to not only play, but to WIN!

    The court is open from Jan 12th

    For Hotel Guests – 11am to 4pm

    For Hotel Guests and the Public – 4pm to 9pm

    Play THREE GAMES FOR FREE at the Game4Padel Docklands Courts

    The Rules Explained

    The ball is served underhand from the right side of the court and is played diagonally across to the other service court. The defending side has to let the ball bounce first before it can be returned and, subsequently, the serving side also has to let the ball bounce. It is only on the third ball that the ball can be returned immediately. Either you can play a volley or you can let the ball bounce first.

    Points can only be scored by the serving side. You win a point if the defending side does not manage to return the ball, hits the ball out, does not let the serve ball bounce, volleys in the non-volley zone, or is hit by the ball. The game ends when one of the parties gets 11 points, with a 2-point lead.

    When a side scores a point, the same person serves, but from the other side of the court. When a player loses a point, his or her partner serves from the side of the court where he or she is standing at the moment. If this service also fails to score, service goes to the opponent and the opponent begins the service on the right. For the first service, however, the service changes sides after only one serve.

    When playing singles, the player serves from the left if he or she has an uneven number of points, and from the right with an even number of points. This is how scoring is kept: 1-0-1 means that the serving side has 1 point, the other side has no points, and this is the first server.