Racketball is played on any regular squash court and is similar to squash.
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An Overview of Racketball
Compared to squash it uses a larger ball that does not need warming up and a shorter racket is used. The rallies last longer and the ball moves slower than in squash giving the opponent more time to react and get to the ball.
- Great cardiovascular and muscular workout
You can book a court with a friend or join one of the many social sessions that run every week in clubs and leisure centres. If you want to play more competitively you can join a box league or get involved in a local competition or event.
Equipment can normally be hired but if you want your own then you will need a racket and a ball. You will also need suitable footwear due to the constant change in direction.
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