MUNCIE, Ind. (WISH) - A Muncie retiree is working to introduce Indiana to a popular game known as Pickleball.
Brad Martin says the game is "a lot like tennis ... with ping pong paddles." It's less running than tennis and a game that everyone from kids to senior citizens can enjoy.
The Star Press reports the game is gaining popularity across the U.S. as courts pop up in parks and national associations form. The International Federation of Pickleball has an official tournament rule book with nearly 60 pages.
The game has been around since 1965. Martin says he's contacting Muncie officials to see if any of the city's underused tennis courts could be transformed into Pickleball courts.
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