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SQUASH

The rebounding sport of squash is played in singles or doubles on the squash court. There are special squash balls, which are available in different speeds, so that also beginners will quickly enjoy the game. The equipment also includes a squash racket. The aim of the game is to hit the ball in a way that the opponent cannot reach it before it touches the ground for the second time. In squash, the opponents share the playing field. The side walls are included in the game.

Squash is played in a limited space (9.75 m x 6.40 m), the squash court. On the walls and on the floor are markings that define the playing field and the serving area. On the front wall is a board or sheet of metal called Tin. If a ball lands there, it is out of the game. Tournaments are often played in complete glass courts. A white ball is played on these courts.

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SQUASH

COURT

SQUASH RULES

THE BALL

In squash, there are four play balls, which differ in their bouncing behaviour and are marked by a coloured dot. A ball with a blue dot bounces very strongly and is therefore easier to play back against the wall. A ball with a double yellow dot is harder to reach because it hardly jumps at all.
blue - fast (for beginners)
red - medium (for beginners)
yellow - slow (for advanced players)
double yellow - very slow (tournament ball)

COURT

The playing field is marked by the upper coloured line, where the lines belong to the game aphid. The off also includes the board (also called "Tin").

BREAKS

The game is played without interruption in each set. There should be no delay between the end of the ball change and the serve. A break of maximum 90 seconds is possible between sets. The pitch can be left to change defective clothing or equipment.

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COUNT TILL 11 - POINT A RALLY

In squash, a player wins a set by first reaching 11 points. However, if the score is 10:10, the player who first reaches 2 points wins (e.g. 13:11, 19:17, 104:102, etc.). The game is played for three winning sets. Every point counts.

GAME RULES BEFORE THE GAME

The right to serve is determined among the players by turning a club (similar to throwing a coin). The serving player can choose the field to serve, after which the field is changed after each point until a change of serve is achieved. Here the new serve player may choose again.

WINNING POINTS

A rally is won when the ball bounces twice on the pitch after a valid serve or when the opponent plays the ball out of bounds or against the board / "tin".

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