Four specific technical skills for squash players
What are Four specific technical skills that squash players should master? Racquet control, Ball control, Shot selection, and Footwork.
Racquet control is the ability to manipulate the racquet effectively to hit the ball with power, accuracy, and spin. In squash, this skill is important for executing a variety of shots and strokes, and for making precise, controlled shots.
Ball control is the ability to hit the ball with precision and accuracy. In squash, this skill is important for placing the ball where you want it on the court, and for making shots that are difficult for your opponent to reach.
Shot selection is the ability to choose the right shot at the right time. In squash, this skill is important for outmaneuvering your opponent and controlling the rally.
Footwork is the ability to move efficiently and effectively around the court. In squash, this skill is important for getting into position to hit the ball, and for recovering after hitting a shot.
At Squash Systems all of these technical skills are trained within our systemic approach that combines them with cognitive, mental and physical skills. If you're interested in more tips and advices on how to improve your game, don't hesitate to reach out to us so we can start with some classes.