The paddle covers come in three unique designs representing lifelike marine life.

June 17, 2024

Guy Harvey Inc. has launched a new line of pickleball paddles and paddle covers in collaboration with Diadem Sports, a Fort Lauderdale, Florida-based tennis and pickleball gear brand. Available now at, and select retailers, the Guy Harvey Diadem Rush Pickleball Paddles and Covers feature vibrant, marine depictions of a Marlin, Sea Turtle or Mahi, created by world-renowned artist, conservationist and scientist Dr. Guy Harvey.

“With pickleball now the fastest-growing sport in America, it made sense for us to partner with Diadem Sports to bring a marine-inspired look to the courts,” says Alex Harvey, licensing and marketing director for Guy Harvey Inc. “We are continuing to expand our line of licensed products in new ways to bring attention to ocean conservation as a portion of sales benefit the Guy Harvey Foundation.”

The new Guy Harvey Diadem Rush Pickleball Paddles will be a “top-of-the-line choice” for pickleball players. According to Guy Harvey, the paddle offers advanced technologies, superior thickness, excellent spin potential and high-quality materials.

“As a Florida based company, we share the passion of the Guy Harvey community and the vital passions that bring meaning to our lives, whether that is creating art, enjoying the great outdoors and salt life or playing pickleball,” says Evan Specht, co-owner and vice president of Diadem Sports. “As Guy Harvey does, we at Diadem Sports are focused on connecting people with their passion to ‘Live to Play,’ for their physical, emotional and social well-being.”

As with all Guy Harvey apparel, original artwork and merchandise, a portion of sales from the Guy Harvey Diadem Rush Pickleball Paddle & Cover Collection benefits ocean conservation through the Guy Harvey Foundation (GHF). With a mission of better understanding and conserving the ocean environment, the GHF collaborates with local, national and international organizations to conduct scientific research and provides funding to affiliated researchers who share this objective.