The lob serve which requires the most precision is the high nick lob. When performed correctly, this serve cannot be cut off by the receiver and dies in the back of the court, making it one of the most difficult lob serves to return. The server stands just to the left of center in the […]
In this video, Rocky Carson demonstrates several alternative lob serves which can be more difficult for your opponent to return. Rocky shows how to hit the high lob nick, high lob z forehand, high lob z backhand, and half lob serves. Please remember that when serving, you are not allowed to back out of the […]
SERVE MORE EFFECTIVELY USING CHANGEUPS In baseball, a changeup is an “off-speed pitch thrown to look like a fastball but arriving much more slowly to the plate. Its reduced speed coupled with its deceptive delivery is meant to confuse the batters timing.” Using changeup serves during a racquetball match are crucial to keeping your opponent […]
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.