Why does Yoda use a stick
Why does Yoda need a walking stick when he's so skillful and agile with the lightsaber?
In essence, it's because he's an "old man" by nature. His speed and agility in combat are the result of the use of force. Ataru, Form IV, and the lightsaber shape that Yoda used canonically in the Legends canon harness the power to encourage that speed and athleticism.
By allowing the Force to flow through their bodies, they were able to overcome their physical limitations - including age, as was the case with Master Yoda - and perform amazing acrobatic feats such as somersaults and backflips not only to attack but also to execute Dodge the slashes and strikes of their opponents.
The Disney canon has not explained it to my knowledge, but the fact that Yoda appears frail and leans on his walking stick both times when he finishes the fight suggests that his ability to promote that athleticism is limited and probably straining his body.
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