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Racquetball

written by: CropCircle
 
You can burn up about 360 calories per hour practising this sport which can be played year round.... game on!

Question 1:


The true origin of racquetball is questionable, but which decade did the shortened racquet appear?
1970's
1930's
1950's
1900's

Question 2:


Regulation racquetball courts are 20 x 20 x 40 feet.
False
True

Question 3:


In racquetball a player must win by at least how many points?
1
4
3
2

Question 4:


What are the two basic types of serves in racquetball?
Stoop serve and Straight serve
Drive serve and Lob serve
Pure serve and Fake serve
Stick serve and Flick serve

Question 5:


In racquetball the drop shot is not a hard-hit shot.
False
True

Question 6:


Is it true that in racquetball, the kill shot is a legal shot that is hit low on the front wall and bounces twice before it reaches the service line?
No
Yes

Question 7:


Can 'doubles' be played in racquetball?
No
Yes

Question 8:


According to the official rules of the United States Racquetball Association a match may be forfeited by the referee in which of the following cases?
All of these
Any player leaves the court without permission of the referee during a game
Any player refuses to abide by the referee's decision, or engages in unsportsmanlike conduct.
Any player for a singles match, or any team for a doubles match, fails to report to play. Normally, 20 minutes from the scheduled game time will be allowed before forfeiture.

Question 9:


The racquetball term 'avoidable hinder' refers to which of the following?
Intimidating the opponent by playing too close
Serve that hits the ceiling
Interference, not necessarily intentional
Illegal placement of a foot before or during the serve

Question 10:


Is command of center court one of the winning tactics of singles racquetball?
Yes
No

Question 11:


Which of the following court types are allowed in racquetball?
Three-walled courts
One-walled courts
It is played outdoors
All of these

 


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