A racketball is 3-dimensional.
The two games that were combined to form the sport of "racketball" were squash and handball. BTW "racket ball" is actually "racquetball." Remember that!
He liked karate, American football, and racketball.
Forehand, Backhand, and Overhand cant describe though.
Same reason tennis does...you're swinging your arms and running and chasing a ball :)
racketball is good as it is anaerobic also jogging helps
The principal ones are : hockey, soccer, skiing, football, basketball, volleyball, tennis, racketball, swimming, .
No. Completely different types of rackets, balls, and even the court is vastly different.