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Unformatted text preview: RACQUETBALL TERMS Ace- a legal serve that is untouched by the opponents racquet Avoidable hinder- interference with the opponents play that could have been prevented or avoided, results in loss of serve or point for opponent Backcourt- the back fifteen feet of the court, covering the area from the receiving line to back wall Center court- the area of the court just behind the short line, midway between the side walls, the most advantageous place on the court Controlling center court- returning to center court and successfully preventing your opponent from returning there Court hinder- when the ball is deflected by an obstruction on the court such as a door handle, door edge, or wooden board on back wall Crotch/corner- the point where two walls meet each other such as the side and front wall Dead ball- a ball that is no longer in play (2 bounces, court hinder, etc) Dead ball hinder- an unintentional interference or screen of the ball that prevents the opponent from having a fair chance to return the ball, the point is replayed without penalty, server receives...
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This note was uploaded on 05/13/2011 for the course KNEA 219 taught by Professor N/a during the Spring '11 term at University of Louisiana at Lafayette.
- Spring '11