Matkot

GoPro Hero 3 Beach Matkot (paddle ball game)

GoPro Hero 3 camera - Sport - Matkot in the beach (pin pong / tennis),
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matkot from Israel, Itzik and Roman 12 meters

matkot sdot yam 12 meters Roman and Itzik

Matkot Goes Pro: Israeli beach sports

Often referred to as Israel's unofficial national sport, Matkot, a combination of tennis, ping pong and squash, is the quintessential beach pastime in Israel. Now some player's passion for the game is pushing for it to go pro.

A Game of Matkot

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Matkot

Sports in Israel, Matkot

Matkot from Israel 2 , Roman and Itzik 12 meters Herzlia

Matkot and Tel Aviv

Amazing game!!! Matkot perfect game on the beach in Tel Aviv

Playing Matkot at the beach

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Matkot - מטקות

ככה העולם רואה את המטקות מישראל.......
Matkot (Hebrew: מטקות‎) is a popular paddle ball game in Israel similar to beach tennis, often referred to as the country's national sport. The goal of the game is to hit a small rubber ball with a wooden racket as many times as possible without dropping it.

Player poised to hit the ball
Matkot is a non-competitive beach game in which two or more players hit a small ball back and forth using paddles. The sport is named after the racquet, the matka; the origin of this word is unclear.
The racquets are traditionally made of wood, although sometimes the handles are reinforced with a plastic covering. The head of a racquet may vary somewhat in size and shape. The heads are circular and about 30 centimetres (12 in) in diameter. The racquet handles are short, and with very little trunk between the handle and the racquet head.
The standard ball used is the same ball as is used in squash. However, novice and intermediate players sometimes use a ball that is similar in size to a squash ball, but lighter and/or bouncier.

The game has developed a moderate level of popularity outside of Israel as a participatory sport, particularly where there is either a strong beach culture (e.g. Brazil, where it is also highly popular, but more commonly known as frescoball), or a significant number of Israelis living abroad

El frescobol es un juego de paleta típicamente playero entre dos o más jugadores. Es principalmente un juego no profesional, aunque en la actualidad se realizan torneos en varios países como Brasil e Israel. No debe ser confundido con el Tenis playa, el cual se asemeja más al Tenis al ser un juego de oposición y poseer una área para cada jugador delimitada por una red.
El juego consiste en golpear la pelota con una paleta y pasársela al compañero manteniendo la pelota en el aire el mayor tiempo posible sin que esta caiga. No hay un ganador o un perdedor.

La paleta clásica es de madera pero en la actualidad se encuentran también de plástico. Su forma puede ser circular o en forma de gota.

Matkot ist ein populäres Ballspiel in Israel und wird als eine Art Nationalsport bezeichnet.
Matkot ist kein Wettbewerbsport, sondern reiner Zeitvertreib am Strand, bei dem mindestens zwei oder mehr Spieler einen kleinen Ball ähnlich dem Tennis spielen. Die Schläger bestehen aus Holz, ältere sogar aus Stein. Der Ball ist der gleiche wie beim Squash. Anfänger spielen mit einem etwas leichteren Ball.
Der Ursprung von Matkot ist nicht geklärt. Man vermutet, er sei mit jemenitischen Juden nach Israel gekommen. Das Wort Matkot soll von einem arabischen Wort madka oder dem hebräischen Wort makah stammen, was klopfen bedeutet.[5]
Matkot wird hauptsächlich in Israel gespielt. In Brasilien, wo es ein ebenso reges Leben am Strand gibt, heißt es Frescoball.

Маткот — игровой ракеточный вид спорта на открытом воздухе (разновидность пляжного тенниса). Игра (одиночная — два игрока; или парная — четыре).
Популярная игра по побережью Средиземного моря. Ракетки традиционно делаются из дерева, хотя иногда ручки усилены пластиковым покрытием.
Стандартный мяч тот же шар, который используется в сквош. Сегодня используют уже зачастую полые мячи.

Matkot

People playing Matkot on da beachside Bat-Yam. 11.02.11
אנשים משחקים מטקות מטילת בת-ים.
Маткот на бат-ямском пляже)

Matkot (Israeli Beach Paddleball)

Two guys play matkot (Israeli beach paddleball) on Haifa's Dado beach. [ ]

The goal of the game is to keep the ball in the air as long as possible. For more info, check out my matkot site at

MATKOT - JUST BEAT IT - LIMOR & EREL - "KUTIMAN STYLE"

MATKOT - just having some fun - video clip edited in Kutiman's style. Enjoy.

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Matkot in Israel

Tel Aviv Beach

matkot מטקות

הברוס לי של המטקות יאיר הייס - נתניה חוף סירונית ברמודה- גבי
בסאשן מטקות

Matkot at Tel Aviv Beach / מטקות

A quick snippet of Matkot on Tel Aviv Beach. Matkot (paddles) is a sport very popular in Israel.

Matkot מטקות high quality freestyle

מתאמנים לאליפות הארץ במטקות שנה הבאה
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What is the israeli Matka | Kadima ? How to play matkot?

Matkot is a popular paddle ball game in Israel similar to beach tennis, often referred to as the country's national sport. The goal of the game is to hit a small rubber ball with a wooden racket as many times as possible without dropping it. Matkot is a non-competitive beach game in which two or more players hit a small ball back and forth using paddles. The sport is named after the racquet, the matka. This extreme bat and ball beach game is good for all ages and all skill levels.

how to play matkot?
1. Make sure that no sunbathers or dangerous objects are close by.
2. Stand at least a few meters/feet apart on the beach or in your backyard.
3. Serve the ball
4. Try to get a rally going
5. Have fun and enjoy the great outdoors!

Matkot Z breaking matka

Game on the beach at Kalderon Bat-Yam, Zvika & Jecky against Avi Tostim.

Matkot (Israeli beach sports) - Doron and Adriano at Bondi Beach

Israeli and Brazilian playing Matkot at Bondi Beach - Australia

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