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Growing the game

Mike Harris: ‘My quest to save squash left me scarred and miserable’

The immensely popular Mike Harris - AKA ‘Mr Squash’ - has opened up to Squash Mad about the toll last year took on his...

“Don’t listen to the doom-mongers – US squash is in rude health”

Robert Gibralter – pioneer of the famous steel squash court in New York and recently appointed Director of Growth at the Squash and Education...

James Willstrop helps Mark Fuller to continue surge in squash at University of Nottingham

By ALAN THATCHER (Squash Mad Editor) Former world No.1 James Willstrop has joined Mark Fuller to beef up the coaching team at the award-winning University...

Mohamed ElShorbagy caps his first appearance for England with a Nations Cup win alongside Sarah-Jane Perry

‘The new scoring system is edgy and we didn’t know what to expect – but I loved it,’ says Kiwi Joelle King By ALAN THATCHER...

Hurricane halts World Squash Day in El Salvador but the rest of the globe kicks up a storm of energy

Outdoor venues and clubs with interactive courts join forces for a fun day to promote the game By ALAN THATCHER (Squash Mad Editor and Founder...

Nick Matthew leads a day full of fun as Crowborough celebrates the launch of interactiveSQUASH

By ALAN THATCHER (Squash Mad Editor) Nick Matthew is travelling from Yorkshire down to Sussex today to spearhead the launch of interactiveSQUASH at Crowborough Tennis...

Squash makes a big splash in Singapore with some creative marketing

By ALAN THATCHER (Squash Mad Editor) We saw plenty of graffiti around the glass court in Nantes last week for the Open de France inside...

Nouran Gohar the top earner as PSA World Tour prize money hits record heights

By ALAN THATCHER (Squash Mad Editor) The PSA World Tour is hoping that the new season will result in an increase in the record prize...

World Squash Day teams up with interactiveSQUASH to attract new players and support Ukraine

By ALAN THATCHER (Squash Mad Editor and World Squash Day Founder) World Squash Day has announced an exciting partnership with interactiveSQUASH as today (Friday August...

Feeding off the energy and passion in Birmingham, World Squash Day teams up with SquashLab to grow the game

‘Teaming up with World Squash Day is a natural extension of our whole ethos, which is about helping squash communities to grow across the...

Millie Tomlinson beats Grace Gear as Canterbury Women’s Open attracts 41 players to the UK’s first all-female graded event

By ALAN THATCHER (Squash Mad Editor) World No.60 Millie Tomlinson of England battled past compatriot Grace Gear (World 59) to take the inaugural Canterbury Women’s...

Squash Australia aims to revive the sport with four-year plan to develop ‘a strong and sustainable’ future

Focus on four pillars: participation, performance, profile and facilities By ALAN THATCHER (Squash Mad Editor) Squash Australia, in partnership with its State and Territory Members, has...

Snorkelling, cliff jumping and a party on a pirate ship: Adam Murrills on making squash grow in the beautiful British Virgin Islands

‘Staging the Carey Olson Tortola Classic was a dream come true after rebuilding the club following the wreckage of Hurricane Irma’ By ALAN THATCHER (Squash...

Squash Levels partnership with WSF aims to unite players across the globe

By JANE BALL (Squash Mad Reporter) The World Squash Federation (WSF) and SquashLevels have agreed an exciting new partnership to deliver the official World Squash...

Behind the scenes with Omar El Sherbini, a man with a passion and vision for squash

Founder of InSocial says: “We are building ideas to market squash on a worldwide basis” INTERVIEW by ALAN THATCHER (Squash Mad Editor) Everyone in squash knows...

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