Play squash in the Sportwelt Radeberg

Squash became known in England in the 19th century and unites two or four players in the court (box) who try to hit the ball against each other out of reach of the opponent before he can reach it after a single bounce.

Since the 1970s, this active sport has experienced a real boom in Germany, with more than a thousand squash centres being built and meanwhile around two million people chasing the little rubber ball.

With four glass courts, the Sportwelt Radeberg has enough space for interested squashers who enjoy the fast game against the walls.

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