Racquetball Racquet

Measured elevation illustrations of a Racquetball Racket dimensioned with overall length, width and depth

A Racquetball Racquet is used to play the sport of racquetball by hitting the Racquetball. A Racquetball Racquet is typically made from titanium or graphite.  A Racquetball Racquet is more dynamic than a tennis racket as the shape of its head is similar, but length is shorter. A Racquetball Racquet is shorter in length due to the smaller size of the racquetball court and to cut reaction time.

The head shape of a Racquetball Racquet is available in a quadroform or teardrop shape. A Racquetball Racquet has 3 grip sizes and players should use the smallest grip size that is comfortable. Racquetball Racquets are available in a variety of colors. 

Racquetball Racquets have overall lengths between 19”-22” (48.3-55.9 cm), widths from 9.5”-11.5” (241.3-292.1 mm), and typical depth of 1” (25.4 mm). The length of the handle is 5”-5.25” (127-133.4 mm) with a grip circumference between 3.625”-4” (92.1-101.6 mm). The weight of a Racquetball Racquet is 5.3-6.5 oz (150-185 g). The surface area of a Racquetball Racquet is between 100-125 in2 (645-806 cm2).

Details

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Height:
Width:
9.5”-11.5” | 241.3-292.1 mm
Depth:
1” | 25.4 mm
Length:
19”-22” | 48.3-55.9 cm (Max)
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Weight:
5.3-6.5 oz | 150-185 g

Handle Length: 5”-5.25” | 127-133.4 mm
Surface Area: 100-125 in2 | 645-806 cm2
Beam Width: .63”-.75” | 16-19.1 mm
Grip Circumference: 3.625”-4” | 92.1-101.6 mm
Materials: Carbon fiber, graphite, wood (traditional)

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Properties

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Racquetball Racquet front, side, bottom

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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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