After a correct serve, players alternate hitting the ball until the rally ends. That is when one of the player :
# The ball can strike the back or side walls in any combination in its flight
towards or away from the front wall.
For theScoring, a standard match is played either as the best of three sets or five sets at the option of the organizers of the competition. Pointes are scored only by the server who receives a point when he or she wins a rally. First player to 9 points wins the game, except that at 8-all, the receiver shall choose to continue that game to either 9 (set one) or 10 (set two) points.
American Scoring :
For the American Scoring Game, a standard match is played either as the best of three sets or five sets. Points are scored by the one who wins a rally. First players to 11 points wins the game, except that at 10-all – tiebreaker, player to win by two clear points.
A shot played so that the ball hits the side wall before hitting the front wall.
A shot played so that the ball hangs high in the air and falls almost vertically to die in the back corners.
The drop shot is a delicately placed stroke that lands close to the front wall.
A ball hit before it bounces, either on the forehand or backhand side.
Length & width:
In squash, the players will try to hit the ball close to either walls (width) and to the back of the court (length).
It is the junction between two walls or between the wall and the floor where the ball dies immediately.
It is the area at the junction of the short line and the half-court line.
When one player interferes with the other's choice of movement to the ball or with the other's clear path for movement, he/she can call out
loud 'let'. When a let is called and given, the rally does not count and is replayed.
Stroke to (Name of player):
A call made by the Referee when one player interferes with the other's choice of movement to the ball or with the other's clear path for movement. The player named is to be awarded a stroke and wins that rally.
When the ball is not struck correctly by the server or striker; OR when the ball bounces more than once upon the floor before being struck by the striker: OR when the ball touches the striker or anything he wears or carries other than his racket.
When the ball hits the tin or board.