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Iana’s Story, Part 3: Finding a new safe haven in Poland allowed me to resume my refereeing career

‘Such extraordinary kindness from so many people helped me to focus on something positive in life after escaping from Kyiv’ By ROSANNA RADLINSKA-TYMA – Squash...

Iana’s story, Part 2: Escape to Poland and a warm welcome at Enjoy Squash in Bielsko-Biała

‘Ukrainians were being killed, but Russian squash friends were only worried about being banned by the PSA’ By ROSANNA RADLINSKA-TYMA - Squash Mad Correspondent Today we...

Focus on Ukraine: How a squash family escaped the murderous turmoil of Putin’s illegal invasion

‘We heard shots above us as we drove past tanks to escape from Kyiv’ By ROSANNA RADLINSKA-TYMA - Squash Mad European Correspondent Squash Mad European Correspondent...

Big Interview: French ace Victor Crouin ready to make his Canary Wharf debut fresh from winning US College title

Harvard hero clinches his second solo win after third team title By ALAN THATCHER - Squash Mad Editor French ace Victor Crouin makes his debut appearance...

Interview: James Willstrop and Miguel Rodriguez ready to put on a dazzling show at Canary Wharf

Willstrop on Paul Coll: ‘He plays hard, aggressive squash but with a level of honesty and respect’ By ALAN THATCHER - Squash Mad Editor Not so...

Big Interview: Ali Farag is on top of the world and aiming to bounce back at Canary Wharf after U.S. Open shock

‘Having my family at courtside for my second world title in Chicago was so special’ By ALAN THATCHER - Squash Mad Editor Ali Farag has his...

Big Interview: Daryl Selby makes final appearance at Canary Wharf

Daryl admits ‘It’s more of a semi-retirement’ as he eyes a place in next year’s Commonwealth Games By ALAN THATCHER - Squash Mad Editor England squash...

Gregory Gaultier interview: The pain of ending my career through injury still hurts

‘But I fancy sharing one last moment with the French team before passing the flag to a new generation’ By ARTYOM LISS - Squash Mad...

Big Interview: Charlie Lee puts injury and illness behind him as he looks forward to Canary Wharf debut

Tough balance to stay fresh with a constant treadmill of training and travel By ALAN THATCHER - Squash Mad Editor Charlie Lee is aiming to put...

Amanda Sobhy rises to world No.3 on the eve of the U.S. Open on her doorstep

“I’ll feel at home with family and friends all here,” says Sobhy By ALAN THATCHER - Squash Mad Editor On the verge of the US Open...

Laura Massaro’s amazing revelations: ‘People thought I was a mentally tough Ice Queen but I thought I was a nutter!’

Laura opens her heart about an incredible journey from a nervous youngster to becoming world champion By LAURA NORTHEAST - Squash Mad Sports Science Correspondent I...

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...

Interview: Black Ball Club is on course to be the biggest powerhouse in world squash

Ashraf Hanafi: ‘It’s all about attention to detail and making small changes’ By ROSANNA RADLINSKA-TYMA - Squash Mad Correspondent Everyone in squash knows that Egypt is...

Jethro Binns interview: Building SquashSkills into a force for good in the game

‘Our ambition is to qualify two new coaches in every club around the world’ INTERVIEW by ALAN THATCHER - Squash Mad Editor Jethro Binns has been...

Georgia Adderley: My faith has helped me through lockdown and made me train harder

Interview by ANDY WESTON  Squash player Georgia Adderley has opened up about her life-affirming revelations during lockdown and how her faith has helped her mature...

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