In this video, Ben Croft and Tom Fuhrmann explain the benefits of serving a drive jam serve. The short jam serve is hit to a target very low on the side wall and then comes in at a tough angle straight towards the receiver.
Calling penalty hinders during a racquetball match plays an important part of keeping racquetball a fair and honest game. A penalty hinder does not necessarily have to be an intentional act. There are many types of penalty hinders, but the most common falls under Rule 3.15 (a) Failure to Move.
Cliff Swain discusses the various important features to consider when purchasing a new racquetball racquet which include shape of the racquet shape of the grip type of grip grip size weight balance price strings