Official Surface

of the
Carvana PPA Tour logo

Official Surface of the PPA Tour since 2020

Title Sponsor of the Acrytech Atlanta Open (May, annually)

5000+ gallons of coatings used for PPA surfaces

Acrytech products used at 60+ PPA venues

Proud Sponsor of PPA Pro Athlete, Meghan Sheehan-Dizon

AT PPA court

PPA Tour

The PPA Tour features tournaments nationwide highlighted by professional pickleball play, beautiful venues, awesome vendors, and unique experiences at each location. 

Both indoor and outdoor courts will be utilized in tournament play throughout the year. Look for AT Sports at an upcoming PPA event. The 2023 season is packed with more than 24 stops on the tour.

PPA Tour Schedule

PPA Standings

The PPA Tour points accumulate throughout the year during the tournaments, and the ranking is based on a rolling year.  Points are awarded for singles, doubles, and mixed doubles events.  Check out where professional players are ranked in singles, men’s/women’s doubles, and mixed doubles.

Player Standings

Futures Tour Schedule

The PPA Tour invites amateurs to come and play at the same venues as the top professionals in the sport of pickleball. No memberships are required and you’ll play at the best venues, on the best courts, and alongside the most exciting “pickleballers” in the sport.

Upcoming Stops


PPA Court Gallery

Some of the beautiful courts and venues where Acrytech products are used
PPA court blue
cout PPA Peachtree
Riley PPA
Allyce Jones, pickleball player
Professional pickleball player playing
professional female pickleball player
Aerial view of court at PPA
Callie-AL-win-3 PPA
court shot at PPA Tour

Frequently Asked Questions

Common questions about pickleball
How did pickleball get started?

Joel Pritchard and Bill Bell were at Prichard’s home on Bainbridge Island, WA, and found themselves bored. The property had an old badminton court so the men looked for badminton equipment and could not find a full set of rackets. So, they improvised and started playing with ping-pong paddles and a plastic ball. After deciding the net height should be set at 36 inches, they invited another friend, Barney McCallum, the next weekend the three men created rules, relying heavily on badminton. From there it has evolved into the game we all know and love today.

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When was the first pickleball constructed?

The first permanent pickleball court was constructed in the backyard of Joel Pritchard’s friend and neighbor, Bob O’Brian.

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