Squash Mad

All posts by Rosanna Radlinska-Tyma

Squash Girls Can – a story from a different land

Squash Girls Can – a story from a different land

Growing the numbers in Poland…with a little help from two Egyptian superstars  By ROSANNA RADLINSKA-TYMA – Squash Mad Europe Correspondent   The first time I heard of the initiative which supports women’s squash was probably during the British Open 2016 when I talked to Adriana Olaya from PSA World Tour. Then I gradually saw it [...]

May 14, 2018 Rosanna Radlinska-Tyma Growing the game, News 0

Interview with Gary Crossland, inventor of the Squash Tech Buddy

Interview with Gary Crossland, inventor of the Squash Tech Buddy

‘We changed the name from Squash Swinger…’  By ROSANNA RADLINSKA – Squash Mad European Correspondent   While browsing Facebook I came across a fan page of Jorvik Squash Academy some time ago, and the video clips were not the usual video clips showing players repeating or demonstrating a certain technique (although I must admit that [...]

February 23, 2018 Rosanna Radlinska-Tyma Fun Stuff, Growing the game, Interviews, News 1

The magic of the glass court powers squash in Poland

The magic of the glass court powers squash in Poland

Kids get a buzz for the game when they step inside the glass box By ROSANNA RADLINSKA – Squash Mad European Correspondent   Have you ever thought how big a role the glass court plays when it comes to popularising squash? I didn’t want to write anything about the glass court itself until I’ve seen [...]

January 26, 2018 Rosanna Radlinska-Tyma Growing the game, News 2

Russia proves that squash in Europe is growing fast

Russia proves that squash in Europe is growing fast

Look East to see the biggest growth in squash By ROSANNA RADLINSKA-TYMA – Squash Mad European Correspondent   The reason for checking the ESF junior events calendar since 2006 was simple – I was a mother of a teenage junior player and a junior player in the making. Right now, a teenage junior is an adult and [...]

June 6, 2017 Rosanna Radlinska-Tyma Growing the game, Interviews, News 2