A Look Back

A Look Back June 2017

Fifteen Years Ago in Squash Magazine  June/July 2002 Martin Bronstein reported on the 2002 British Open winner and favorite cover subject Sarah Fitz-Gerald. At the age of thirty-three, Fitz-Gerald romped to victory without losing a game (she gave up just twenty-eight points the entire tournament). Less than a year later, the Australian retired. Based in […]

A Look Back October 2016

Fifteen Years Ago in Squash Magazine November 2001 Amy Boytz, the managing editor, wrote a long profile of the pioneering Seattle coach Yusuf Khan as he announced his retirement. He turned eighty-six in August. He still loves to go down to the courts and watch and talk squash and coach and he spends time with […]

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Fifteen Years Ago in Squash Magazine  August-September 2001 Amy Boytz, the managing editor, penned a lengthy, deeply researched report on the current situation with eye protection in the American squash community, including interviews with players injured in the eye like Robert Graham and Will Carlin, along with a slew of doctors. “Eyeguards: For Your Eyes Only?” […]

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Fifteen Years Ago in Squash Magazine February 2001 Michelle Quibell adorned the cover for winning the U.S. Junior Open GU19 title and for beating Kasey Brown in the finals of the British Junior Open GU17. At Yale, Quibell clinched two national individual intercollegiate titles and led the Eli to three national team titles. After graduating […]

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Fifteen Years Ago in Squash Magazine, August 2000 In 1999 James Zug spent a week at Harrow School, the prep school outside London. He was the first squash journalist to go to Harrow and research the origins of the game at its nineteenth-century birthplace. His groundbreaking story, creatively photographed by Steve Line, unearthed the first courts, […]

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Fifteen Years Ago in Squash Magazine March 2000 Gary Waite, as hinted in James Zug’s profile, did switch over to team up with Damien Mudge on the pro doubles tour, becoming one of the most dominant partnerships in history. He left the University Club of New York in 2001 and returned to Toronto. In 2007 […]

A Look Back February 2015

Fifteen Years Ago in Squash Magazine January 2000 Simon Parke won the 1999 S.G. Cowan U.S. Open in stunning style. On back-to-back nights, the Englishman beat Peter Nicol and Jonathon Power in five-game matches. Parke, after reaching world No. 3, retired in 2006 and is now married with one daughter. He coaches at Chapel Allerton […]

A Look Back December 2014

Fifteen Years Ago in Squash Magazine November 1999 Cassie Jackman Campion Thomas appeared on the cover after winning the 1999 Phil Smart Mercedes-Benz Women’s World Championships, having previously lost twice in the final. The event was in Seattle, the first time an adult world championship was played in the U.S. Thomas, and her Australian husband […]

A Look Back May 2014

Fifteen Years Ago in Squash Magazine June 1999 Jay Prince presciently profiled Nicol David in the lead-up to the Junior Women’s Worlds in Antwerp, which the fifteen-year-old Malaysian won. Since then, David has won a second World Junior title, seven World Opens and 73 WSA events overall, becoming one of the all-time greatest players in […]