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      • Pakistan National Championship: Khan & Ul Huda Set Up Final Clash

        Zaynab Khan and Noor Ul Huda will go head-to-head for the 2021 Hyderabad Gymkhana Pakistan Women Squash Championship trophy after they achieved respective victories over Rushna Mehboob and Komal Khan to reach the title decider. Karachi-based Khan’s run to the final is notable for her win over top seed Amna Fayyaz in the quarter-finals, who Continue Reading...

        • 19 janvier 2021
        • 12:02
      • WSF Mourns Death of Hany Hamouda

        The World Squash Federation (WSF) has learned with great sadness of the passing of Squash Federation of Africa President Hany Hamouda, who sadly lost his battle with COVID-19 earlier today at the age of 64. Hany, from Egypt, was an Executive Committee member of the WSF and had served as the President of the Squash Continue Reading...

        • 15 janvier 2021
        • 22:06
      • WADA Launches New and Improved Anti-Doping Education and Learning Platform (ADEL)

        Today, the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) launched its Anti-Doping Education and Learning platform (ADEL), which is a new and improved version of the current Anti-Doping e-Learning platform (ADeL) that was launched in January 2018. Via the new ADEL platform, WADA will provide education and learning opportunities for the anti-doping community worldwide; including: athletes, coaches, parents, medical Continue Reading...

        • 8 janvier 2021
        • 14:00
      • David Shortlisted for World Games Greatest Athlete of All Time Poll

        Malaysia’s eight-time World Champion Nicol David has been shortlisted for the World Games Greatest Athlete of All Time poll alongside 23 other candidates representing sports that are included in the World Games programme. David, 37, spent an unprecedented nine-year period atop the women’s World Rankings between 2006-2015 and secured three World Games gold medals as well as Continue Reading...

        • 4 janvier 2021
        • 11:22
      • Former WSF CEO Andrew Shelley Awarded MBE in Queen’s New Year Honours List

        Former World Squash Federation (WSF) Chief Executive Andrew Shelley has been awarded an MBE for services to squash in the Queen of England’s New Year Honours list, published yesterday. Shelley has worked in squash for over 40 years and served as WSF Chief Executive between 2010-2019.  He began working in the sport in 1976 at Continue Reading...

        • 31 décembre 2020
        • 11:16
      • New Squash Courts to Be Constructed At National Stadium Delhi

        The Indian Minister of External Affairs, Subrahmanyam Jaishankar, has laid the foundation stone for six squash courts at the Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium, which is home to the Indian hockey team. Squash Rackets Federation of India (SRFI) Secretary General Cyrus Poncha attended the ceremony in the presence of the Union Minister of Youth Affairs Continue Reading...

        • 29 décembre 2020
        • 11:55
      • German No.1 Simon Rösner Announces Retirement

        Simon Rösner, the greatest German squash player of all time, has announced his immediate retirement from the PSA Tour. Paderborn-based Rösner, 33, is the highest-ranked German player ever and reached No.3 in the PSA World Rankings in December 2018. He also became the first German player in history to win a major PSA World Tour Continue Reading...

        • 21 décembre 2020
        • 09:48
      • Q&A with New WSF President Zena Wooldridge

        Following the 50th World Squash Federation (WSF) AGM earlier this month, Zena Wooldridge was elected as the 10th WSF President, replacing outgoing President Jacques Fontaine. Wooldridge, from England, was voted into office by delegates representing 64 National Federations – a record number. Wooldridge has extensive experience working in sport and served as President of the Continue Reading...

        • 19 décembre 2020
        • 11:45