Racketlon is the sport in which you play your opponent in each of the four racket sports Table Tennis, Badminton, Squash and Tennis in the order from smallest to biggest Racket. Each of the four sets is played first to 21 points running score, with a margin of two points needed and the winner is the player who reaches most points in total. With the exception of the rules provided in the documents below, the official rules of the international federations of Table Tennis, Badminton, Squash and Tennis apply.

FIR - Fédération Internationale de Racketlon has developed two documents containing rules regulating the actual game as well as the constitution of the international federation, which can only be amended by the FIR Annual General Meeting:

- FIR RULES OF RACKETLON

- FIR STATUTES

The other four documents containing rules around all FIR international tournaments for organizers as well as players have been published and can be amended by FIR Council:

- FIR TOURNAMENT REGULATIONS

- FIR PLAYERS AND DRAWS REGULATIONS

- FIR RANKING REGULATIONS

- FIR APPROVED BALLS

The Tournament Regulations and Players and Draws Regulations have been revised per 1.1.2016. The major modifications can be found in the document below.

Contact and Info

Rules Officer Hans van Daele

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FIR APPROVED BALLS 2016.pdf130.54 KB
FIR Regulations Changes 1.1.2016.pdf220.55 KB