Shane Vanderson discusses how top racquetball players will constantly vary the height, speed, and angle of their serves. This strategy will keep their opponent off-balance and prevent the serve from becoming predictable.
Why do so many racquetball players hit the wrong shot at the wrong time? In other words, why do players make poor shot selections which are easily retrieved by their opponents, or even worse, hit a skip shot into the floor? I believe many players get on the court and play in style which I […]
This is another really nice video by Jo Shattuck demonstrating the proper racquetball forehand and backhand strokes, followed by a demonstration of the two-step drive serve technique. First, notice that she shows how the swing is driven by hip rotation. Second, she is facing the front wall at the finish of her strokes. These are […]
Racquetball Terminology and Vocabulary A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Ace – a serve that isn’t returned; results in a point for the server. Alley – the area along the court’s side walls, a Down […]