The characteristic court (consisting of squares) can either be drawn on the floor (for example with chalk or paint) or marked in another way on the surface (for example with adhesive tape, masking tape or sports markers).
A street racket court consists of three squares of the same size arranged in a row and can be scaled (basic recommendation and tournament size: 2m per square – overall size 2x6m for a single court). Thus, the movement game adapts flexibly to any available space and makes ideal use of the respective setting. Larger courts mean more and bigger movement / intensity, smaller courts increasingly train fine motor skills and ball control.
The middle squares replaces the net. This also means: No purchase of a net, no setting up of a net, no maintenance, no poles, no holes. Just draw the court and play!
Draw your court in seconds!
Other standard courts and exercise variations
In addtion to the single court, the most common standard courts include the cross court, the wall court and the XL court. With those 4 courts, more than 400 games and excercise variations have been developed by today and up to 30 people can be moved.
You can play singles, doubles and rotation games – and cross battles as a high-performance excercise. The number of variations is sheer endless!