Racquetball Court

Dimensioned plan drawing of a Racquetball Court measured with length, width, and court markings

A Racquetball Court is a three or four sided rectangular room of play with three distinct floor areas and fully playable surfaces used in the sport of Racquetball. Similar to a handball or squash court, most games are played in the receiving area of the court. Just beyond the receiving area and receiving line is the safety zone. Beyond the safety zone and the short line is the service area, which is flanked by screen lines and the doubles boxes. Unlike a squash court, there are no line markings on the front wall, and therefore all surfaces are playable throughout the court.

Series of front and side elevation illustrations of different types of Racquetball Court designs

Racquetball Courts have an overall length of 40’ (12.19 m) and width of 20’ (6.1 m) for a total area of 800 ft² (74.3 m²). The front wall of a Racquetball Court must have a minimum height of 20’ (6.1 m) while the back wall has a minimum height of 12’ (3.66 m). The surface of a Racquetball Court is marked with a service line 15’ (4.57 m) from the front wall, followed by a short line at 20’ (6.1 m) and a receiving line of 25’ (7.62 m). Drive Service lines are placed on both sides of the service zone at a distance of 36” (91.4 cm) from the wall, with a service box line splitting the zone at 18” (45.7 cm).

Scaled illustration of a Racquetball Court compared to other sports courts

Details

*Under Development*

Height:
20’ | 6.1 m (Front Wall)
Width:
20’ | 6.1 m
Depth:
Length:
40’ | 12.19 m
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Weight:

Height (Back Wall): 12’ | 3.66 m (Minimum)
Service Line: 15’ | 4.57 m
Short Line: 20’ | 6.1 m
Receiving Line: 25’ | 7.62 m
Service Zone: 5’ | 1.52 m
Drive Service Line: 36” | 91.4 cm
Service Box: 18” | 45.7 cm
Court Markings: 1.5” | 38.1 mm
Surface Materials: Finished and treated wood; glass entry optional

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Properties

Drawings include:
Racquetball Court plan, front (various), side (various), side (players)

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Racquetball, also called paddleball, is a sport played on a court where the opposing player must hit a ball after it has passed the receiving line. The game is based on squash, yet uses smaller rackets. The rubber ball must first hit the front wall, and cannot bounce twice against the floor.

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