It is the most eagerly anticipated part of the draw in any major championship and the British Open quarter-finals are upon us at last. Yet ahead of the 2023 edition of the 'Wimbledon of Squash' one of the major talking points was the amount of injuries having been sustained by many of the pre-tournament title […]
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Technically it should have improved. Advanced Research and technology, in body training, paired with technologically monitored food and nutrients, should have made significant improvements.
But, then there is the human choice factor and the global image;
Squash may not have remained the No.1 sport for youth, over the years.
Blame lack of global promotion, less prize money, Institutions’ reluctance to invest more and businesses backing out of sponsorship.
Look at the rise of Cricket’s popularity, in the last few years, instead.