Since a pickleball net is 2” shorter than a tennis net, this handy tool will easily shorten any tennis net (36") for a pickleball game (34"). Simply hook an end of the net adjuster to the top of a tennis net and secure the other end of the net adjuster to an eye hook on the tennis court. The eye hook will need to be drilled into the pavement of the tennis court before securing the net adjuster. When the net adjuster is in place, tighten or loosen the metal piece in the center to easily raise or lower the net to the desired height for play. The clamp will keep the net at that height for the duration of the game.