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Rules to play Paddleball

21. Safety
1 goggles must be worn.
2 wrist through racquet string
3 do not run into other courts to chase ball.
4 stay seated against wall when not playing.
5 call a LET, if risk of hitting another player in adjacent court.
6 stretch properly before playing
22. Boundaries
1 Lines are in.
2 For end courts the side red line is boundary for the serve. After the serve the side walls are in, as long as the ball hits the front wall first.
23. Serving
1 Server stands in service area. Must bounce ball and strike it on 1st bounce below waist. Ball must hit front wall and rebound past short line and land within or on sidelines or long lines. You have two tries to make a good serve.
2 If receiving player strikes serve in air, anywhere, it is in play, even though it may be going out of the playing area.
3 If a fairly served ball hits server or partner it is an out.
4 The receiving team must play the ball before it bounces twice, or they can play it on the fly. Contact of the serve, by receiver may not be in advance of the short line.
5 A returned ball must strike the front wall first to be in play.
6 Round Robin Tournament: 3 serves each and rotate. First team to 9 points wins.
7 Double Elimination Tournament: 3 serves each and rotate. First team to 11 pts. win.
8 Singles: 2 serves each; game to 7 points.
24. Lets
A let means that play stops, and the point is replayed. All lets must be called immediately and reserved.
1 Ball too close to another player to allow a safe hit.
2 If a player hinders opponents chance to play the ball.
3 If the ball hits the basketball board, net, door handle etc., the receiving team has the option to continue play, or calling a let .
25. Balls off screens
If a ball in play or on the service hits the deck in the proper court and then touches any part of the back or side screens, or both screens, or the horizontal top, rails, or the snow boards, it may be played, so long as it does not bounce on the deck a second time before being hit by the player.
26. Good return
The ball touches the net, posts, cord, net hand crank, band or center strap and then hits the deck within the proper court.
The ball, served or returned, hits the deck within the proper court and rebounds or is blown back over the net, and the player whose turn it is to strike reaches over the net and plays the ball, provided that neither the player nor any part of the players clothing or equipment touches the post, net, net hand crank, cord, band or center strap or the deck within the opponents court, and that the stroke is otherwise good.
The ball is returned outside the post, either above or below the level of the top of the net, whether or not it touches the post, provided that it then hits the deck within the court. NOTE: It is not a good return if the ball is hit through the open space between the net and the post.
A players paddle passes over the net after the player has returned the ball, provided that the ball had crossed to the players side of the net before being struck by the player and that the stroke is otherwise good.
27. Singles play
The rules are the same except for the following: In Singles, the game is played within the standard singles court, two serves are allowed and no ad scoring is used. The no ad game point is served into the service court of the receivers choice.
28. Court fixtures
Court fixtures are the posts, the net, the net hand crank, the cord or metal cable that holds up the net, the band across the top of the net, the center strap, the screens, the snow boards, the superstructure, the doors, the lighting poles and lights, any diagonal corner support beams within the enclosure, and, when they are present, the umpire and umpires chair.
29. Use of Paddle and Ball
A player may not carry a second paddle or a second ball during play, although it is permissible to use both hands on the paddle and to switch the paddle from hand to hand in the course of play.
With regard to ball change, play should continue with the same ball as long as it is in good condition. In tournament matches;
Play should continue with the same ball throughout a set, and the ball should not be changed during the set unless.
The ball becomes clearly defective, such as a crack or split in the ball, or.
If, for any other reason, all four players agree that the ball should be changed during the set. Unless all four agree to the change to a new ball, play should continue with the same ball through the completion of the set.
At the end of a set, play can continue with the same ball; however, if any one player desires a new ball, the ball change is made.


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