Tonja Major waits on a ball during a match at the 2016 USA Pickleball Association Nationals in Casa Grande Arizona. (Selkirk Sport)

Tonja Major waits on a ball during a match at the 2016 USA Pickleball Association Nationals in Casa Grande Arizona. (Selkirk Sport)

Lynnwood woman is a passionate pickleball professional

Tonja Major has been playing in tournaments around the country ever since since turning pro in 2011.

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