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Lee Witham

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Lee Witham is Company President at ProSportCourt, using his experience as a professional squash player and coach in his new role as inventor, lighting expert and court designer to create solutions to enhance and improve multiple sports.

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Lee Witham, Part 9: My final point is to stress that technology is the key to building squash’s future

‘We need a fresh approach in a post-Covid world and that begins with understanding costs and how to make squash more visible’  By LEE WITHAM...

Lee Witham, Part 8: How clubs can improve their business performance, and make their venues more attractive to young adults

‘Technology is the way forward to create a new generation of squash players’ By LEE WITHAM (Squash Mad Special Correspondent) I cringe when I hear volunteers...

Lee Witham, Part 7 on Recreational Squash: Why do so many clubs ignore 95% of their members?

‘Do they care about the recreational player? Of course not. Do they care about the fact that most players are using the wrong ball?...

Lee Witham Part 6: Stars like Ali Farag, Amanda Sobhy and Gina Kennedy shatter the myth that college squash might damage your career

For all the successes, we also need to adopt a more caring attitude to help players avoid burnout  By LEE WITHAM (Squash Mad Special Correspondent) Today...

Lee Witham Part 4: The world is a better place with role models like James Willstrop, Nicol David and Roger Federer

‘Win-at-all costs mentality breeds a toxic, abusive culture within all sports’ By LEE WITHAM (Squash Mad Special Correspondent) I love to see talented players performing high...

Lee Witham Part 3: The challenges of encouraging younger players and retaining seniors

‘Let’s raise the tin to 36 inches to make court games more fun for players of all ages’ By LEE WITHAM (Squash Mad Special Correspondent) How...

Lee Witham Part 2: Squash is a brilliant sport with so much to offer, especially the agility that will help your body stay stronger...

‘Squash movements offer so much more than static routines in gyms, but nobody is out there selling the game effectively’   By LEE WITHAM (Squash Mad...

Lee Witham Part 1: Covered outdoor courts are just the starting point for reviving squash

‘Pandemic helped me to focus on new ideas to help this great game of squash to bounce back’ By LEE WITHAM (Squash Mad Correspondent) Yesterday we...

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