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By SEAN REUTHE – Squash Mad Correspondent Egyptian duo Ali Farag and Nour El Sherbini have stayed at World No.1 after the PSA World Rankings for March were released today. The lack of PSA World Tour action means the top 20 is unchanged for a second month in a row but, with the CIB PSA Black Ball Squash Open taking place in Cairo from March 12-25, valuable ranking points will be...

Big debate: Does College Squash help or hinder young professional players?

By ANDY WHIPP – Squash Mad Columnist Now that the opinions from social media are in, let's take a look at Mazen Hesham’s Twitter debate...

Squash Summit: Time to talk and plan a fun future for this fantastic game of ours

By ALAN THATCHER - Squash Mad Editor I am looking forward to speaking on March 5th at the online Squash Summit organised by the brilliant...

World Champs back in Chicago in July with another million-dollar prize fund

By ALAN THATCHER – Squash Mad Editor The PSA World Championships are heading back to Chicago in July. Once again there will be a million-dollar...

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Big debate: Does College Squash help or hinder young professional players?

By ANDY WHIPP – Squash Mad Columnist Now that the opinions from social media are in, let's take a look at Mazen Hesham’s Twitter debate...

Andy Whipp: The secrets of Egypt’s success, from Ahmed Barada to today’s wave of champions who are dominating the game

By ANDY WHIPP - Squash Mad Correspondent Most of us know that Ahmed Barada was a trailblazer in squash and a huge factor in inspiring...

Bob Kingsley: How the hardball politics of US Squash tinned our Olympic bid

By BOB KINGSLEY - Squash Mad Correspondent Some years ago I wrote an article for Squash Mad about how “back in the day” the United...

Squash is in limbo, waiting for the moment of truth

By ALAN THATCHER – Squash Mad Editor With lockdown in various parts of the world set to continue for weeks and probably months, squash is...

Robert Eberhard: How our new lifestyles can help squash grow in 2021

Robert Eberhard: How our new lifestyles can help squash grow in 2021 By ROBERT EBERHARD - Squash Mad Correspondent Changes to our lifestyles, brought about the...

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World Squash Library launches World Junior Compendia

World Squash Library launches World Junior Compendia By HOWARD HARDING - Squash Mad International Correspondent Following the success of its senior packages, the World Squash...

Sports lawyer Rowena Samarasinhe joins PSA Board

Sports lawyer Rowena Samarasinhe joins PSA Board By ALAN THATCHER - Squash Mad Editor London-based commercial sports lawyer Rowena Samarasinhe, based in London, has joined the...

WSF joins forces with Global Esports Federation

‘This could help squash to evolve’ says WSF chief Louis-Marie  By ALAN THATCHER The World Squash Federation (WSF) has announced that it has joined as a...

World Squash Library launches Women’s Worlds section

Library features every result since World Open launch in 1976 By HOWARD HARDING - Squash Mad International Correspondent The World Squash Library has launched a second...

World champion Tarek Momen heads Troilus Canada Cup entry

Momen, Coll, Elias and Makin are top four seeds in Toronto By MATT COLES - Squash Mad Correspondent The entry list for the 2020 Troilus Gold Canada...

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Georgia Adderley: My faith has helped me through lockdown and made me train harder

Interview by ANDY WESTON  Squash player Georgia Adderley has opened up about her life-affirming revelations during lockdown and how her faith has helped her mature and remain positive during the...

Big debate: Does College Squash help or hinder young professional players?

By ANDY WHIPP – Squash Mad Columnist Now that the opinions from social media are in, let's take a look at Mazen Hesham’s Twitter debate...

Squash Summit: Time to talk and plan a fun future for this fantastic game of ours

By ALAN THATCHER - Squash Mad Editor I am looking forward to speaking on March 5th at the online Squash Summit organised by the brilliant...

World Champs back in Chicago in July with another million-dollar prize fund

By ALAN THATCHER – Squash Mad Editor The PSA World Championships are heading back to Chicago in July. Once again there will be a million-dollar...

Andy Whipp: The secrets of Egypt’s success, from Ahmed Barada to today’s wave of champions who are dominating the game

By ANDY WHIPP - Squash Mad Correspondent Most of us know that Ahmed Barada was a trailblazer in squash and a huge factor in inspiring...

Shelley Kitchen so close to comeback glory as Millar and Williams win in Auckland

By DAVE WORSLEY - Squash Mad Correspondent Evan Williams and Emma Millar emerged triumphant after two dramatic, five-game finals in the Henderson Rochelle Hobbs PSA...

Talk show time at ToC as new dates are announced for Cairo, Manchester and New York

By ALAN THATCHER – Squash Mad Editor On the day that the dates for next year’s J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions were announced, squash fans...

As top kids learn lessons from Egypt’s superstars, Russia hopes for rich results in the future

By ALAN THATCHER – Squash Mad Editor Two leading Russian juniors are training with the world’s top stars in Egypt. Moscow-based twins Varvara Esina and...

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