The wide-angle passing shot is more effective than a standard cross-court passing shot. The wide-angle pass hits the front wall slightly higher and closer to the side wall. Then ball then travels deep to the side wall, hitting the side wall 1-2 feet above the floor and 4-5 feet behind the dotted 5-ft receiving line. […]
A rubber grip provides a tacky and non-slipping surface to grip your racquet. The unique v-shaped tire-tread like pattern on a Python grip provides a sure grip that will last longer than a traditional grip. It only takes a few minutes to replace a worn-out grip. Many players will immediately replace a brand new original […]
Ben Croft provides a short lesson on how to take a shot off the back wall. He suggests using your racquet or hand to find the back wall, and then to move forwards, building up momentum before hitting the ball.
According to Ben Croft, the most important shot in racquetball is the serve. He also talks about changing his pattern of serving straight-in drive and lob serves by mixing in Z-drive and high Z-lob serves.