MISSION STATEMENT

The Texas Racquetball Association's mission is to develop and promote the growth of racquetball.

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How To Play

To play a game of racquetball you only need a few things to get started. Most racquetball equipment and accessories can be purchased separately or starter kits can be purchased for about $30 from a club pro shop or sporting goods retail store.

How to play Racquetball: Basic Rules: Service Zone, Drive Service Zone, Safety Zone, Receiving Line

Rules of Racquetball

How to Play Racquetball

Racquetball can be a great way to exercise while building relationships with your friends or colleagues. The sport is relatively simple to learn and can be played with minimal equipment. If you learn the basic rules of the game, start...

Racquetball Rules: How To Play Racquetball | Rules of Sport

Racquetball was invented by Joe Sobek in 1950. Sobek, an American professional tennis and squash player wanted to invent a new game that combined elements of squash, handball and paddleball that was quick and easy to learn.