Racketball

Comment: It’s hard to rename something you don’t own

Racketball: a (very) brief history; and why WSF should think again By DAVID IRESON - Squash Mad Correspondent in Aberdeen   The passage of time allows...

Squash 57: Open Letter to England Squash

‘Self-indulgent, corporate name-change is meaningless and pointless’ says club manager By ALAN THATCHER   A major squash facility in Norfolk has circulated an open letter...

As we warned, Squash 57 rebranding exercise is laughed out of court

Clubs, coaches, players and racket manufacturers all refuse to play ball with name change <!-- --> By Alan Thatcher, Squash Mad Editor As we warned the other...

Racketball: 57 guesses to come up with a new name

Stand by for a racketball revolution as new name is about to be announced <!-- --> By Alan Thatcher, Squash Mad Editor News reaches Squash Mad HQ...

Elise and Jack lift English racketball crown

Essex duo carry off national doubles title ESSEX pair Elise Lazarus and Jack Jago were crowned England national racketball doubles champions after a punishing all-day...

Yorkshire coaches lead racketball boom

Racketball playing numbers will overtake squash within five years, predicts coach Nick Bond  By MIKE DALE - Squash Mad Reporter A new series of racketball events...

Alan’s Blog: More plaudits for Nicol David, Linda Elriani goes the extra mile, and did racquetball kill Elvis Presley?

Tributes pour in for Malaysian superstar after 100 months at the top of her game  Nicol David's astonishing achievement of topping the WSA rankings for...

US Open: Comparing squash and racquetball

US Open: Where were the Americans in squash and racquetball?  By FREDDY RAMIREZ  - Editor of Restrung Magazine This year both the Delaware Investments US Open...

Fun in the sun as racquetball moves outdoors

Outside the season, pros hit the road    By Freddy Ramirez, Restrungmag.com   Racquetball in the United States now runs all year long. When the professional indoor season...

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