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miguel sosa Coach Pahl Racquetball Study Guide The Game The game starts by player alternately batting a rubber ball against the front wall of a one three or four wall court The object of the game is to try to cause the ball to rebound in such a way that your opponent cannot return it before the second bounce The ball can be played either on the front wall or after one bounce from the ground or floor The game starts when the serve hits the front wall You can play racquetball with two three or four players There are two types of games singles and doubles Singles is when two players oppose each other Doubles is when the competition involves two players against another team of two Rules Singles Singles starts with a server bouncing the ball on the floor while standing in the serving zone When the ball is served it must hit the front wall first then rebound to the floor behind the short line before going out of bounds or touching the back wall When the ball rebounds it is allowed to hit the front wall as long as it lands in the backcourt before touching any other surface A fault is when the ball hits the ceiling or two sidewalls lands on the short line or lands out-of bounds If a server has two faults in a row it will result in a side out and the server becomes the receiver As long as the server is scoring points the server is allowed to serve Second serve attempts are not permitted and the receiver and server must change places Position of Receiver Position the receiver in the middle of the backcourt The ball is not allowed to be hit by the receiver until after it has passed over the short serve line There is a five-foot short line that is marked off with dotted lines
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