This video shows how Rocky Carson practices his racquetball forehand by hitting three fundamental shots: Down the line Cross court Pinch to right front corner
Whenever you have a shot which you can hit at knee level or below, AND, you opponent is behind you, then you should hit a pinch shot. In this video, Ben Croft shows how he drills his pinch shots.
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. […]
“If you want to improve your racquetball game, it’s all about reps.” This video demonstrates a variety of shots which can be practiced alone. Note how the player is relaxed and hitting the ball effortlessly. “For every hour you play someone, do drills like these for two hours alone.”