Rocky suggests the proper method for hitting a powerful racquetball forehand swing: Get the racquet UP. Step into the shot. Rotate hips and lower body first. Swing with leading elbow. Contact ball at leading heel.
In racquetball, the server has a huge advantage over the receiver. The server can hit the ball from a fixed position into a very large area of the court. The server also has the advantage of being in the front of the court and can take advantage of any weak returns. The serve receiver must […]
In this video, Cliff Swain demonstrates his classic 2-step drive serve technique. His 3 key points to a good racquetball drive serve are Get low, and stay low throughout the serve Drop the ball, don’t bounce it Step in the direction of your target
As a last resort to get to a ball and keep it in play, you can dive for it. Even if you are able to make a successful dive, you still have very low odds of winning the rally. However, successful dives will pressure your opponent into trying more difficult shots, leading to mistakes or […]