Check out Daryl Selby’s Introduction to Racketball:

Video courtesy of England Squash and Racketball.


Racketball Racket

Racketball is played on a regular squash court, is similar to squash, and its rules are quite similar. In Racketball the ball is larger, slower and bouncier, so rallies last longer, and rackets are shorter and bigger making striking the ball easier.

Overall this makes Racketball much easier to pick up than many other sports like squash or tennis. It is said to be “Easy to learn yet difficult to master”.


It is important to note that Racketball is very different from the US version of Racquetball; they are two completely different sports! Racquetball is mostly played in America and uses a specific racquetball court and different rules. Racketball however is mostly played in the UK and as stated above uses a regular squash court and similar rules to squash.

Racketball Starter Pack

Racketball Starter Pack

Get started with Racketball with this great Starter pack by Technifibre!

Pack Includes:

  • 1 x Tecnifibre Tonic Fit Racketball Racket
  • 3 x Tecnifibre Racketball Balls (1 pack)

Click the image to be directed to their website for more information.

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