well, that would depend on the density of the squash. garden grown squash tend to be ok for use with a Racquetball racquet, however, some store bought squash have a much higher density due to the fact that they require shipping in order to get to the supermarket. personally I like to hit my squash with a hockey stick but the choice is really up to you.
You CAN use a racquetball to play tennis. The real question here is: "Should you use a racquetball racquet to play tennis?" The answer to that question is no, absolutely not.
No,a racquetball racket is too light for playing tennis. You can not bear the hitting power of a tennis ball with a raquetball racket.
Legally, in competition, no. The size and shape of a racquetball racquet is specific to the structural integrity and overall safety of the racquet.
Tennis, squash, and racket ball
squash is a racket and BALL sport.. so you kind of need a ball to play. its like saying 'why do you need a tennis ball to play tennis?' :) xx
The official rules state that a racquetball racket cannot be longer than 22 inches. This includes the handle, bumper guard, and the face of the racket. There are no maximum width requirements. However, dimensions of racquetball rackets are subject to change depending on the year and brand of racket you use. They are available in a variety of sizes.
a racket it what you use to play a game
Usually only official racquetballs are used to play racquetball and are required to be used in tournaments.
No. Completely different types of rackets, balls, and even the court is vastly different.
A racket and a shuttle cock ('birdie').
You should choose a table tennis racket which complements your style of play.
The sport of Middleball is easy to learn and play. It requires the use of a beachball and a net (or nets) and is played inside a Racquetball or Squash court. Please visit the following page for a description of the easy to learn rules : middleball.com/HowToPlay.aspx Hope this helps!