2020 January

Tools of the Trade: What the Pros Used at the U.S. Open

Official Q&A: Tammer Alnaggary

U.S. Pro Tour Tier 2 referee Tammer Alnaggary spoke with Squash Magazine about becoming a squash referee and his work in the U.S. with junior, college and professional tournaments. Squash Magazine: How did you get your start as a referee? Tammer Alnaggary: My refereeing career began in Cairo, Egypt when I was in my early […]

Dealing With an Acute Soft-Tissue Injury

By AJ Lamb, MS, CSCS, PES supervisor/senior exercise physiologist at Zarett Rehab & Fitness Joe Zarett, physical therapist and founder of Zarett Rehab & Fitness It happens to most of us. We feel a pull or a tweak as we are exercising or recreationally playing a sport. We typically want to finish what we’ve started, […]

Resilience & Grit: Amanda Sobhy

by Bailey Bondy, Sports Psychologist/toughminds.net What does it really mean to have grit? And where do we, as competitive athletes, improve our grit and resilience? Dr. Angela Duckworth, a pioneer and best-selling author, defines grit as “passion and sustained persistence applied toward long-term achievement, with no particular concern for rewards or recognition along the way. […]

Gohar or Go Home: Nouran Gohar and Ali Farag Capture U.S. Open Titles

Overseas Student-Athletes and Squash

Perfectness Escapes its Hiding Place: New Squash Books

Arlen Specter US Squash Center: On Track for Fall 2020

It’s Mine: Defined by Titles, Remembered by Values

It’s my resilience. It’s my passion. It’s my strength. It’s my vision. It’s my voice. It’s my risks. It’s my way. Recently the PSA has accelerated its video output in an effort to present players in an accessible and behind-the-scenes way. Led by Nathan Clarke, they have issued twenty-odd minute-long videos entitled “A Day With….” […]