Pandemic Pickleball Craze Is Driving Neighbors Crazy From Noise

August 5, 2021

Pickleball has exploded into the public’s consciousness during the pandemic, and for some neighbors near the courts, the noise of balls popping back and forth has them about ready to blow their lids in anger. Popular with older adults, the combination of tennis and badminton features loud, plastic balls being hit by solid paddles. In Ridgewood, New Jersey, things hit a boiling point after the “Pickle Pals,” a group of players mostly over 55, got complaints from neighbors about the noisy game.

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