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Racquetball Strategies : Tiring a Racquetball Opponent

Racquetball tournaments are split up into
divisions. They have like d’s, c’s, b’s, a’s, opens and then the pros. D’s are put together
so that players on the same level can compete for a championship. So most of the time you
go into a tournament, you’re going to playing somebody at your same exact skill level. That
means they’ve got the same skills that you do. Sometimes that match only comes down to
who works harder. So, you’re going to hit the same shots. You’ve got the same abilities
out there. The only one who’s going to prevail is the person that works the hardest. You’ve
got the heart. You’ve got to work hard. You’ve done the preparation. Now, you battle like
it’s a war. You battle hard. You die for everything. You never give up. The key is to outwork your
component. They’ve come in prepared. They want to beat you, but your mind has got to
be set that I’m going to work hard on every single point and I’m going to make sure that
all the elements that are in here; it?s super hot, it’s sweaty, it’s humid in these four
walls. We’re all playing under the same elements, but who’s tougher? Is it you or is it the
other guy. We’re going to find out when you play those matches on who outworks who.

David Frank



  1. Ricardo Ruiz Posted on December 19, 2008 at 2:31 am

    bad audio quality

  2. lonewizzard Posted on March 12, 2009 at 4:21 am

    same exact skill level? no i've never heard of sand bagging.

  3. renato a Posted on June 23, 2010 at 11:18 pm

    I had a good day yesterday after being off the court for a month..
    15 – 0

  4. Elijah Foster Posted on April 9, 2011 at 2:57 pm

    @ricardoruiz2007 its all the echoing