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  1. For World No.1 Al Farag, the WSF Men’s World Team Squash Championships is one of the most important tournaments in a player’s career. Speaking ahead of the upcoming 27th edition of the tournament in Kuala Lumpur, which will take place 07-12 December, the reigning Men’s Teams champion said that more than anything, he enjoyed being Continue Reading...
  2. The World Squash Federation (WSF) makes the following update to clarify reports in some media outlets that the Israeli Squash Team has been barred from the upcoming WSF Men’s World Team Squash Championships, to be held next month in Malaysia. The WSF has not been informed by the Malaysian authorities that the Israeli team will be denied visas. The Continue Reading...
  3. After numerous delays due to the uncertainty of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the European Squash Federation (ESF) was able to welcome 11 coaches for an elite Level Three course In Langnau, Switzerland, earlier this month. The Level Three, the highest level of WSF coaching certification, guides coaches to work with players up to a national Continue Reading...
  4. The World Squash Library has today published a unique record of the evolution of international squash management over the past six decades, including decisions, rules and regulations. The full set of 50 AGM minutes of the World Squash Federation, from its formation in 1967 until 2020, can be found at the Squash Library site, and Continue Reading...
  5. Shahjahan Khan will make his first appearance for the USA team when the squad travels to Kuala Lumpur for the WSF World Team Squash Championship 07-12 December, after switching his official national affiliation from Pakistan. Khan, 26, who was born in Pakistan but gained US citizenship in 2019, says he is looking forward to competing Continue Reading...
  6. The World Squash Federation (WSF) extends its condolences to the family of former Secretary General Prasad Pillai, who has passed away at the age of 72. Mr. Pillai served tirelessly as Secretary General of the WSF from 1989-1992 and for the ASF from 1997-2001. He also served as SRAM’s second Honorary Secretary, where he is Continue Reading...
  7. Days after victories in the Singapore National Championships, Samuel Kang and Au Yeong Wai Ann have recorded impressive wins at the MARIGOLD SGSquash Closed Satellite 2021. Kang plays through pain Having been through a grueling week at the National Championships, 30-year-old Samuel Kang was initially a doubt for the final due to a rib injury. Continue Reading...
  8. Fifty seven squash players from 17 nations will compete at the upcoming Junior Pan American Games, held in Colombia between November 25 – December 5. The Games, held every four years for athletes between the ages of 17-22, will feature 315 events across 28 sports, including squash singles, doubles and team events. This year’s event Continue Reading...