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Growing the game

‘You could hold a tournament on this steel court,’ says Mohamed ElShorbagy

Stars love steel court outing in NYC on World Squash Day By ALAN THATCHER - Squash Mad Editor Outdoor squash was top of the agenda as...

Superstars set to shine as the sport goes outdoors on World Squash Day

Mega marathon in Brisbane kicks off a busy World Squash Day By ALAN THATCHER - Squash Mad Editor The 20th anniversary edition of World Squash...

President Biden pays tribute as ‘the world’s biggest community squash center’ opens in Philadelphia

Squash for all is the key target of the $40m Arlen Specter Center By ALAN THATCHER - Squash Mad Editor Staging the U.S. Open in its...

ICYMI: In case you missed it, squash is back – even in Inverness

Scottish Open serves up quality entertainment and shows how a small club can light up the PSA Challenger Tour By MICHAEL GREGSON - Squash Mad...

World’s top stars launch new era for the US Open at Philly’s $40m Arlen Specter Center

Eleven home players aim to shine in debut event at new National Center By ALAN THATCHER - Squash Mad Editor The 2021 U.S. Open Squash Championships...

CIB Egyptian Open to feature highest ever Platinum prize fund

Stars battle for $590,000 at The Pyramids By SEAN REUTHE - Squash Mad Correspondent The CIB Egyptian Open will bring world-class squash back to the iconic...

Clinical trials prove health benefits of ROXs squash training

By TONY GRIFFIN - Squash Mad Correspondent Please grab a coffee and read about some groundbreaking work being undertaken in the area of Physical Cognitive...

World Squash Day: Nations ramp up the plans with 50 Days To Go

Squash NZ link up with Mental Health Foundation By ALAN THATCHER - Squash Mad Editor National squash federations across the globe are announcing plans to help...

Be there on the Square: squash showcases One Year To Go before Birmingham 2022

Squash United to build a lasting legacy for the game By JAMES ROBERTS - Squash Mad Correspondent Squash is all set to be showcased as part...

Squash steels itself for a new tournament and a new future as an open-air sport

Chicago next in line for an outdoor community project forged in steel  By ROBERT GIBRALTER - Squash Mad Correspondent Not since the installation of a squash...

Shetland squash still shining as juniors fill up the courts after lockdown

By ANDY WESTON - Squash Mad Correspondent Shetland Squash enthusiasts are proving their love for the game is still strong with juniors flocking back to...

Equal prize money is just the start for growing women’s squash

PSA lead the way on funding ‘without cannibalising men’s events’ By ANDY WHIPP - Squash Mad Columnist I'm constantly thinking of ways to grow our sport...

World Junior Championships heading to St Petersburg in 2022

By ALAN THATCHER - Squash Mad Correspondent The World Squash Federation has awarded the WSF Men’s World Junior Team and Individuals Championships to Russia for...

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...

Mohamed Raef shares more secrets of Black Ball’s system of success

‘We have a unique system of quality and professionalism in everything we do’ By ALAN THATCHER - Squash Mad Editor Mohamed Raef, CEO of the Black...

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