In this video, Ben Croft and Tom Fuhrmann explain the benefits of serving a drive jam serve. The short jam serve is hit to a target very low on the side wall and then comes in at a tough angle straight towards the receiver.
If you wish to catch an opponent off guard and elicit a weak return, then occasionally hit your drive serve to your opponent’s forehand. An ideal serving strategy includes this “change-up” drive serve because your opponent is expecting serves to their backhand and they “mentally lean” to this side. Proper Technique for a Deceptive Serve […]
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