John Ellis demonstrates how and when to hit the basic racquetball shots: down-the-line pass, cross court pass, wide-angle pass, pinch, splat, and reverse pinch. Hit passing shots when your opponent is in front of you. Try for pinch and splat shots when your opponent is behind you in the back court.
John Ellis gives a demonstration on how to hit a backhand lob Z serve as perfected by Rocky Carson.
The key to controlling a rally in racquetball is to keep the center court position. Center court position is located 1 or 2 feet behind the 5 ft encroachment line. Pretend there is a very powerful magnet always pulling you to this spot on the court. Keeping center court position is so important because any […]
The high lob nick serve is hit just like a high lob serve, but hits the side wall first and then the floor. You use the side wall to brake the speed of the ball so it will die in the back court. It is difficult to control so use a short swing, and push […]