Andrew Shelley began his association with the sport in 1976 when he joined the (then) Squash Rackets Association, now England Squash. Managing championships such as the British Open (20 times) and eventually becoming the Association's Operations Manager, Shelley left in 1994 to run the Women's International Squash Players' Association (WISPA). Over 15 years, he oversaw a 300% growth in the women's pro tour before being appointed the WSF CEO in 2010. Since leaving the WSF in 2019 he has set about developing the World Squash Library to ‘give back’ to squash.
HRH Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh: The Prince and the tale of the missing British Open trophy
Andrew Shelley reminisces on fond memories of Prince Philip’s links to squash By ANDREW SHELLEY - Squash Mad Correspondent The Duke of Edinburgh was an enthusiastic...