Joel Makin maintained his career-high ranking of 12 on the PSA World Tour to start the new decade off as the British No. 1. Notable performances throughout 2019 included reaching the semifinals of the CIB Egyptian Open in November, as well as a win against Tarek Momen during the Men’s World Team Championships.

James Willstrop reclaimed his title as the English No. 1 after briefly falling behind Adrian Waller in October. The Marksman has had a stunning 20 years on tour, and in 2019 he won the London Open title and took down former World No. 1 Karim Abdel Gawad to reach the quarter-finals of the World Championships.

Other achievements amongst our ambassadors include a new career high ranking for rising Kiwi youngster, Lwamba Chileshe who reached World No. 148.

 

James Willstrop uses the UNSQUASHABLE JAMES WILLSTROP AUTOGRAPH racket which is available exclusively from www.unsquashable.com

Joel Makin uses the UNSQUASHABLE JOEL MAKIN AUTOGRAPH racket which is available exclusively from www.unsquashable.com

Lwamba Chileshe use the UNSQUASHABLE TOUR-TEC PRO racket which is available exclusively from www.unsquashable.com

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