Squash is basking in the glory of having three of its elite athletes chosen to be flag-bearers at the opening ceremony of the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow tomorrow evening.
The eyes of the Squash world will be sharply focussed on Glasgow over the next two weeks when the sport's elite challenge for medals in the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Scotland.
The Australian Team is in the Village – or will be once athletics, squash and a handful of others arrive Monday.
Pools have been set in the Men's, Women's and Mixed Doubles events
Donna Urquhart has defeated Rachael Grinham to take out the 2014 Victorian Open
Later this month they'll be Commonwealth Games teammates. For now though Donna Urquhart and Rachael Grinham will be fighting out the Victorian Open final
Seven Aussies take gold with Geoff Davenport winning a record fifth career championship
It was a tough day for the Australians at the Victorian Open, with just the two women's top seeds, Rachael Grinham and Donna Urquhart, remaining in the draw.
Just two seeds fell on day two of the main draw of the Victorian Squash Open, and one of those was through illness. It's set up some intriguing quarter finals in both the men's and women's draw.
Kelvin Smith, a world top ten player in the mid-80s, wound back the clock to despatch Singapore's No2 seed Zainal Abidin 11-8, 14-12, 11-9 to earn a surprise place in the Men's Over-55 final.