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Squash Boast: Life Time Squash Professionals

Pro-File: Jamie Sutcliffe

I first picked up a squash racquet when I was ten years old at the Huddersfield Lawn Tennis and Squash Club where the coaches Matthew Thorpe and Andy Learoyd inspired me to get to where I am today. Huddersfield is located in the heart of Yorkshire, which is known as one of the best English […]

Local Call: See Something, Say Something?

“Did you see that?” “Did you hear that?” Although at many tournaments, crowd reactions—ooohs and aahhs, cheers and shouts of encouragement—are commonplace and players are expected to play through extra noise, this is not always the case when it is the opponent who creates the distraction. The most common instances are in the middle of […]

Sneaking in: Coach Paul Selby Tells About How He Started Playing Squash

Outside The Glass, the world’s leading squash podcast, is a radio show with a new episode coming out at the beginning of each month. Paul Selby is the longtime English coach, director of Off The Wall Squash and father of three world-ranked players. In episode six, he told Outside The Glass about his unorthodox introduction […]

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 Warrior Never Discards His Weapon: Joey Barrington Talks About Jonah Barrington

Outside The Glass, the world’s leading squash podcast, is a radio show with a new episode coming out at the beginning of each month. In episode four, Joey Barrington, the lead commentator for SquashTV and former world No. 24, spoke about his father, six-time British Open champion Jonah Barrington. Outside The Glass When you were […]

Local Call: Give Me a Break

The summer months are upon us, but diehard squash fans won’t be too far away from a squash court. As temperatures rise outside, courts can get warmer. This can make for long, grueling rallies and sometimes a player might look for a breather. It’s worth noting that a player is not allowed to step off […]

Squash Boasts: 2017 HEAD U.S. High School Team Champions

The Top: Combined Rankings of Couples on PSA World Tour