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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...

Exclusive Interview with Jonathan Kemp: Following in the footsteps of squash legend Geoff Hunt in Qatar

Learning from the great Aussie champion helps Kemp Aspire to great things for the game in Qatar INTERVIEW BY RJ MITCHELL (Squash Mad Special Correspondent) JONATHAN...

Exclusive Interview with Squash+ mastermind Lee Witham: “We need new courts, new club designs, and new ideas to rescue the game at club level”

“With glass side walls players can feel the energy of other people playing alongside, whether on another squash court or maybe a padel court” INTERVIEW...

Angela Smith and Billie Jean King, two sporting legends who have opened so many doors for female athletes

‘Meeting BJK twice in New York was such an inspiration and she continues to be one as she nears 80’ By ALAN THATCHER (Squash Mad...

State Of The Game: Busy Berko bounce back in buoyant style after lockdown

‘We had a low point in August but worked hard to engage with members, especially those who didn’t renew,’ says popular chair John Shaw By...

PSA reveal new scoring system for November’s Nations Cup in New Zealand

Tauranga event to launch with best of seven games with each one up to seven points, plus two Power Plays for each player per...

Yes, it rained on our parade but an open-air court in Vancouver can only help squash to recover in Canada

We were unlucky with the weather but we need more events like this to raise the profile of our sport By ROBERT EBERHARD (Squash Mad...

‘I love squash so much but I can do without this casual, ingrained sexism,’ says coach Nicky Horn

‘I left because I was treated differently as a woman and paid less than the men’ By NICKY HORN (Squash Mad Correspondent) Andre Agassi once said:...

World Championships success: Karim’s magnificent Museum piece is a festival of fun for squash lovers

Karim’s Cairo carnival of squash raises the bar after months of innovative planning By ALAN THATCHER (Squash Mad Editor)  Karim Darwish is one of the key...

Organisers announce second edition of the Open de France à Nantes

Location remains a closely guarded secret … down by the river? By JAMES ROBERTS - Squash Mad Correspondent The Nantes Sautron Squash Association, the organisers of...

Padel and pickleball boom leaves squash standing still

Having downgraded squash, LifeTime aims to build 600-700 pickleball courts across USA By ALAN THATCHER - Squash Mad Editor As Covid regulations are being relaxed in...

Extra Commonwealth funding helps England Squash to make the game accessible to disadvantaged communities

‘We must break down barriers to enable people from all backgrounds to enjoy sports’ By ALAN THATCHER - Squash Mad Editor England Squash has been given...

Sport England backs England Squash with £7m funding aimed at breaking down barriers to healthy activity

Project aims to make the sport inclusive and available to groups that are typically less active By ALAN THATCHER - Squash Mad Editor England Squash is...

Squash in the station appeals to a new generation says Sarah-Jane Perry

‘This is a real opportunity to relight the fire for squash’ says England’s gold medal hope By ALAN THATCHER – Squash Mad Editor Squash is on...

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