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Matkot, or beach paddleball, or kadima, (מטקה in Hebrew, pl. מטקות, lit. "racquets") is a popular traditionally non-competitive game in Israel, sometimes called Israel's unofficial national sport. The sport is named after the racquet, the matka. The word may come from the word maka or madka, both meaning a knock or a blow.
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