The latest issue of International Squash Magazine covers many of the recent highlights from the Professional Squash Association (PSA) World Tour:
Tarek Momen Crowned PSA Men’s World Champion
Egypt’s Tarek Momen produce a near faultless performance to overcome New Zealand’s Paul Coll in straight games PSA Men’s World Champion at the Khalifa International Tennis & Squash Complex in Doha, Qatar – a result that see Momen and wife Raneem El Welily become the first married couple in squash history to become World Champions.
UNSQUASHABLE Unveil Joel Makin Training Experience
As part of its recently launched academy programme, UNSQUASHABLE have unveiled a pioneering Joel Makin Training Experience which has been designed to provide an inspiring and unforgettable squash experience by allowing participants to access the unique philosophy, approach and insights from its leading player
Nour El Sherbini Claims Fourth World Championship Crown
Egypt’s Nour El Sherbini celebrated her 24th birthday in style by capturing her fourth World Championship title after overcoming compatriot and World No.1 Raneem El Welily in front of Cairo’s spectacular Great Pyramid of Giza to win the 2019-20 CIB PSA Women’s World Championship.
Karim Abdel Gawad Wins CIB Egyptian Open
In a repeat of the 2016 Al Ahram Open final, Karim Abdel Gawad produced a scintillating 11-6 11-8 11-8 victory over World No.1 and World Champion to claim the men’s CIB Egyptian Squash in front of Cairo’s spectacular Great Pyramid of Giza.
Coaching & Instruction: Squash Is Easy – At least that’s the way it should be
A common conversation amongst coaches is that present day players don’t work hard enough. Scottish National Coach Paul Bell explains that whilst he doesn’t disagree that work ethic is on the decline, over emphasise on hard work can have a detrimental effect on players who are looking to improve their squash
The Big Picture: Sarah Fitz-Gerald Wins Record 5th World Championship Title
As part of our collection of some of the most memorable images from the sport, International Squash Magazine presents Sarah Fitz-Gerald winning her then record 5th World Championship title in 2002 where she defeated Natalie Pohrer [Grainger] 10-8 9-3 7-9 9-7 in the final staged at the Khalifa International Tennis and Squash Complex in Doha, Qatar.
Squash Court Floors: What Goes Underneath?
There’s no question that the floor in a squash court must be top notch. In fast paced games like squash, the floor should give the player freedom of movement, optimal ball bounce and protection against injuries. Richard Aylen of Junckers explains why he believes solid beech floor has proved itself to be the best option in preference to all the other types of floor that might be used for squash
Ali Farag & Nouran Gohar Crowned US Open Champions
Ali Farag and Nouran Gohar captured the 2019 FS Investments US Open titles at Philadelphia’s Drexel University after overcoming compatriots Mohamed ElShorbagy and Nour El Tayeb to win the first Professional Squash Association (PSA) Platinum event of the 2019/20 season
ASB SquashCourts: ‘How to build a Squash Court?’
When asked about building a squash court, people would usually think that it’s basically a box, with or without a glass wall at the back, 9,75m in length and 6,4m in width. Leading squash court supplier ASB SquashCourts explains why there is much more than meets the eye and a lot of factors need to be considered when building such a ‘box’
Dunlop launch new Teamwear range
Following success in the Netherlands, Germany and Italy, Dunlop have recently launched a new Teamwear clothing range in the UK
Question & Answer: Declan James
International Squash Magazine talks with England international Declan James
Men’s & Women’s World Rankings at a glance