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Gina Kennedy storms through to women’s final against Georgia Adderley By LEE HORTON - Squash Mad Correspondent Daryl Selby and Georgina Kennedy have the Arion Homes Off The Wall PSA Open in their sights, albeit from differing perspectives to their careers. Kennedy is one year out of Harvard University and laying the foundations to a burgeoning career, making a name for herself on the PSA world tour hunting titles and slaying seeds....

Farag and El Sherbini are 2020-21 PSA World Champions

It's two for Farag and five for El Sherbini By SEAN REUTHE - PSA World Tour Egyptian World No.1s Ali Farag and Nour El Sherbini have...

Top seed Anna Kimberley on course for Ipswich showdown with Georgia Adderley

Daryl Selby battles back to vanquish valiant Vini Rodrigues By LEE HORTON - Squash Mad Correspondent Women’s number one seed Anna Kimberley withstood a full-on charge...

ElShorbagy reclaims No.1 spot after reaching PSA World Championship final

Gohar will emulate ElShorbagy if she wins the women’s final By SEAN REUTHE - PSA World Tour Egypt’s Mohamed ElShorbagy ensured he will overthrow rival Ali...

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Andy Whipp: Video review nasties are ruining the game for everyone

Our star players (and the fans) deserve better than this  By ANDY WHIPP - Squash Mad Columnist Squash has got to the stage where the standard...

Andy Whipp on Mostafa Asal: Cut out the gamesmanship and he could be squash’s biggest superstar

Raging Bull must be told to clean up his act By ANDY WHIPP - Squash Mad Columnist I couldn't not write about Mostafa Asal this week,...

Andy Whipp: Funding top referees is the missing link in world-class squash

Pay should reflect the pressure at the top level By ANDY WHIPP - Squash Mad Columnist In my eyes, squash is pretty much the perfect sport...

Andy Whipp: I’m not putting the boot in, but squash can learn a lot from women’s football

Women’s pro squash is better than ever, but the game needs huge help at grass-roots level By ANDY WHIPP - Squash Mad Columnist After reading Ed...

The future of squash: Ed Alvarez shows how clubs must be run as a business for our game to recover

‘Hoping that gyms will be loyal to squash is wishful thinking’  By EDUARDO ALVAREZ - Squash Mad Columnist I am writing from the squash ghost town...

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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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Laura Massaro’s amazing revelations: ‘People thought I was a mentally tough Ice Queen but I thought I was a nutter!’

Laura opens her heart about an incredible journey from a nervous youngster to becoming world champion By LAURA NORTHEAST - Squash Mad Sports Science Correspondent I really enjoyed my interview with...

Farag and El Sherbini are 2020-21 PSA World Champions

It's two for Farag and five for El Sherbini By SEAN REUTHE - PSA World Tour Egyptian World No.1s Ali Farag and Nour El Sherbini have...

Top seed Anna Kimberley on course for Ipswich showdown with Georgia Adderley

Daryl Selby battles back to vanquish valiant Vini Rodrigues By LEE HORTON - Squash Mad Correspondent Women’s number one seed Anna Kimberley withstood a full-on charge...

ElShorbagy reclaims No.1 spot after reaching PSA World Championship final

Gohar will emulate ElShorbagy if she wins the women’s final By SEAN REUTHE - PSA World Tour Egypt’s Mohamed ElShorbagy ensured he will overthrow rival Ali...

Coll mounts thrilling comeback to send former winner Gawad out of PSA World Championships

“I actually felt good ... I told myself to trust my game” By SEAN REUTHE - PSA World Tour New Zealand’s World No.4 Paul Coll is...

Daryl Selby back in action at Ipswich after a 16-month break

“I haven’t considered hanging up the racket as long as I still enjoy competing – age is but a number” By LEE HORTON - Squash...

Amanda Sobhy becomes first US-born player in history to reach PSA World Championship semis

“The crowd kept pushing me to stay confident and aggressive,” says Sobhy By SEAN REUTHE - PSA World Tour Boston’s Amanda Sobhy has become the first...

ElShorbagy seals last eight berth at PSA World Championships

Assaults on World No. 1 spots still on track for both ElShorbagy and Gohar By SEAN REUTHE - PSA World Tour World No.1 Mohamed ElShorbagy has...

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