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  1. World Squash Day 2021 is 150 days away today with the World Squash Federation encouraging all Member Nations to unite on Saturday October 9 with a day of fun events designed to relaunch the sport. The World Squash Day Toolkit was published today with ideas to promote the sport in partnership with a global media Continue Reading...
  2. WSF President Zena Wooldridge caught up with SquashSkills founder Jethro Binns on the latest episode of Under the Tin. Zena discussed how vital the digital element is to the growth of squash, how graded tournaments for people ages between 19 and 34 could help to grow the game and also the launch of the World Continue Reading...
  3. 2019 WSF World Junior Squash Champions Hania El Hammamy (left) and Mostafa Asal (right).The World Squash Federation (WSF) board has awarded the WSF Men’s World Junior Team & Individuals Championships to Russia for the first time in history, with the 2022 edition of the sport’s most prestigious junior competition set to take place in St. Petersburg next summer. The event will feature both a men’s and women’s individual Continue Reading...
  4. The European University Sports Association (EUSA) conducted an online meeting with both the World Squash Federation (WSF) and the European Squash Federation (ESF) on Thursday, May 6, with fruitful discussions held between the three organisations. Present on behalf of the WSF in the virtual meeting was President Zena Wooldridge and CEO William Louis-Marie, while President Continue Reading...
  5. Nicol DavidMalaysian superstar Nicol David has been officially announced as a member of the Laureus World Sports Academy. David joins three other female sports stars – Lindsey Vonn, Jessica Ennis-Hill and Paralympic hero Daniel Dias – in being named as a member of the Laureus World Sports Academy, which pledges to use the power of sport Continue Reading...
  6. Malcolm Willstrop (Picture credit: Steve Cubbins)The World Squash Federation (WSF) would like to extend its condolences to the family of Malcolm Willstrop after he sadly passed away on Monday evening at the age of 83 following a battle with cancer. An enormous character and pivotal to the success of Pontefract Squash & Leisure Club in England, Malcolm mentored and inspired Continue Reading...
  7. Zena Wooldridge (centre) pictured with former World No.1 Nick Matthew (right) and Dunlop UK Sales Manager Steve Heatley (left)Squash Player’s Ian McKenzie interviews World Squash Federation president Zena Wooldridge. Published courtesy of Squash Player magazine and edited for use by World Squash. Full details on the latest magazine here. It has been a long journey for Zena Wooldridge, who was elected President of the World Squash Federation in December. She brings a wealth of experience to the Continue Reading...
  8. WSF Vice President Sarah Fitz-Gerald has paid tribute to the legendary Jonah Barrington on the day of his 80th birthday. Fitz-Gerald, a five-time World Champion and two-time British Open champion, was mentored by ‘Mr Squash’ who played a key role in the Australian’s success on the professional circuit. After their first meeting in 1996 after Continue Reading...