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Racquetball is a racquet sport played with a hollow rubber ball on a court. The serving player must bounce the ball on the floor once and hit it directly to the front wall, making the ball hit the floor beyond the short line. The ball may touch one side wall, but not two, prior to hitting the floor. Players alternate hitting the ball against the front wall. If the server wins the rally, then the server scores one point and continues to serve. If the opposing player wins the rally, then no point is scored but he takes over serving.
Racquetball is also known as Racketball and is a sociable sport that can be played all year round. Many sports centres have courts, so it's easy to find somewhere to play and you'll get some serious exercise into the bargain. The rules are pretty simple - you can play the best of three or five games, with each game being first to eleven, by two clear points.