Calling penalty hinders during a racquetball match plays an important part of keeping racquetball a fair and honest game. A penalty hinder does not necessarily have to be an intentional act. There are many types of penalty hinders, but the most common falls under Rule 3.15 (a) Failure to Move.
This series of racquetball instructional videos by Malia Bailey teaches the basics needed to get started playing racquetball.
The most current official racquetball rulebook (pdf file) can be downloaded from the teamusa.org website or from this link: Downloadable/Printable Rulebook-2013 Version (September 2013). There are 4 new rule changes in this version: 1. In USAR-sanctioned events throughout the nation, all divisions (including the “Open” divisions) will play the two-serve game — except for the U.S. […]
The Racquetball Screen Serve FAQ What exactly does the rule say? Rule 3.9 (h) Fault Serves Screen Serve – “A served ball that first hits the front wall and on the rebound passes so closely to the server, or server’s partner in doubles, that it prevents the receiver from having a clear view of the […]