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Choosing not to choose One of the deepest understanding you need to have to become really good in squash is movement into the court. The best analogy to explain the deep concept that you need to use in order to move perfectly in the squash court is i
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Yes, until the ball bounces twice on the floor, it is still in play - with the obvious exceptions like when the ball hits a player or goes out of the court. I believe the scenario you're specifically referring to is when your opponent hits a hard, hi
Unfortunately, I've played too little tennis to give you an expert answer, but I'll give it a go anyway. The two main differences that I can think of are these: (1) The distance to the ball In squash, you generally want to stand closer to the ball wh
Serve strategies are used to gain advantage over an opponent. A lob will hit the front wall high and central, and will take the ball over head to the back of the opponents half. If a player returns this type of serve easily then a change of serve tac
Background Information This content from Wikipedia has been selected by SOS Children for suitability in schools around the world. A good way to help other children is by sponsoring a child Squash racquet and ball Players in a glass-backed squash cour
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In tennis, rule #24, which covers all the scenarios in which a player loses a point, does not forbid a player from switching the hand that holds the racket. 24. PLAYER LOSES POINT The point is lost if:a
Unfortunately, I've played too little tennis to give you an expert answer, but I'll give it a go anyway. The two main differences that I can think of are these: (1) The distance to the ball In squash, you generally want to stand closer to the ball wh