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Racquetball Divisions

Novice DivisionD DivisionC DivisionB DivisionA DivisionOpen DivisionPro Division
What is a "D" Division Racquetball Player?
Knowledge of Rules:Knows basic rules of play, but still learning some of the more technical rules.
Play Frequency:Play once or twice a week.
Training Regimen:No training regimen.
Backhand vs Forehand:Backhand is attempted, but is significantly weaker than forehand.
Knowledge of Shots/Serves:Knows a couple of serves/shots.
Shot Accuracy:Serves and shots are still inconsistent and frequently wind up in center court.
Strategy:Not much strategy except hit the ball hard!
Anticipation and Angles:Still having difficulty anticipating where ball will go.
Court Position:Becoming aware that center court is important, but not implementing well.
Participation:Beginning to participate in club leagues and pick-up matches.

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Instructions Table of Contents
Introduction Divisions Racquet Technique Shots Training Other
Why Play Racquetball Novice Racquet Grip Shot Selection Game Training All Videos
How to Play Racquetball D Division The Forehand Serves Fitness Training Racquetball Links
Serve Box Lines C Division The Backhand Shots Collegiate Racquetball
Basic Strategy B Division Local Club Racquetball
Advanced Strategy A Division
Court Position Open Division
Pro Division