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If your opponent's serve is short, then the ball is dead immediately and the rally is over. You don't have a choice to return a short serve. This is unlike a serve that's going long, which you can choose to play before it goes long, provided you do so before it hits the back wall and becomes a dead ball. This is because the ball is still in play until ...


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Yes, until the ball bounces twice on the floor, it is still in play - with the obvious exceptions like when the ball hits a player or goes out of the court. I believe the scenario you're specifically referring to is when your opponent hits a hard, high shot off the front wall that then hits the back wall, bounces once on the ground and makes it all the way ...


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Yes, unless racquetballs are in sealed, unopened, canisters, then all of the balls you buy will go flat together over time - especially if it will take you a year to go through them. While racquetball ball freshness is important in competitive play, as a new player learning how to play, ball freshness is much less critical. If you play with a variety of ...


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