Friday, February 23, 2024

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How coaching double act is lifting Paul Coll

Rod Martin has revealed that he is working with Paul Coll in a three-way collaboration with the Kiwi and his long-standing coach Rob Owen....

How coach Alison Waters has given Tesni Evans confidence post injury

It is the moment every player dreads. And when injury comes right at the start of the season the impact is even more painful....

Road to 2028 Olympic Squash: One-off events or multi-phase qualification?

He is the man who is likely to play a key part in shaping the landscape of the qualification process for the Los Angeles...

Peter Marshall: How I maintain squash fitness into my 50s

Peter Marshall’s two-fisted style on either wing during his 1990’s pomp, when he reached World No.2, made him one of the most fascinating watches...

‘Squash now has the complete package with Olympics berth’

The great tragedy, of course, is that Geoff Hunt and Jahangir Khan,  two of the greatest ever figures in squash, were denied the opportunity...

Ali Farag: I’m in the form of my life – I can still get better

Six years ago, world No.1 Ali Farag claimed the first of two US open titles sharing a memory he describes as “the best day...

Sister Act: Sabrina Sobhy on song ahead of US Squash Open

Travelling, rooming and sharing laughs together. That’s the sister act which the Sobhys currently enjoy on the PSA World Tour. And for Sabrina Sobhy,...

Where there’s a wall, there’s a way!

Marc Thrill is on a mission to get more people playing squash – but rather than waiting for the public to walk through the...

Squash deep clean: World No 1 Ali Farag backs referee directives

World No. 1 Ali Farag has welcomed the PSA’s initiative to try and address some of the blights -- including blocking and dissent --...

Greg Lobban: ‘I don’t love squash but now I can trouble best’

Greg Lobban is doing it “my way”. So much so that he has become the first Scot since John White 15 years ago to...

Colombian Catalina Pelaez: ‘You have take care of your circumstances and challenges’

While the PSA World Squash Tour has started with the glam and glitz of Platinum events in Paris and Doha, for those players who...

Trust and state of mind – what Mostafa Asal has learned in squash ban

In an impressive admission that change is essential if he is to realise his full potential, Mostafa Asal has revealed the motivations and the...

‘Squash needs to be simplified for juniors – they are our future’

He is the man behind the mic for SquashTV who fronts super-slick coverage of our game from the most prestigious events on the PSA...

‘Mostafa Asal needs to be educated – he’s too exciting to be sidelined’

While Mostafa Asal’s latest ban was also accompanied by a £5,000 fine, following on from the matches at the last season’s World Squash Championships...

‘More structure’: Victor Crouin on referees, directives and squash technology

French squash star Victor Crouin has admitted he will wait to see the “consequences” of Lee Drew’s appointment as head of World Squash Officiating,...

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