Zac Alexander has successfully claimed his 7th consecutive PSA title following his win at the 2016 Tasmanian Open.
The quarter finals and semi-finals were played at the 2016 Tasmanian Open today, in a full-day of squash at the Devonport Squash Centre.
The Tasmanian Open main draw began today after yesterday saw round one qualifications and qualification finals played to determine who would make the main draw.
The Pioneer European Junior Super Series is taking place in Koln, Germany this weekend and Australia will be represented in the U15’s by Ethan Eyles and in the U19’s by Joseph White.
Squash Australia is excited to announce the opening of public voting for the Squash Australia Annual Awards. The 2016 Awards Night recognises just some of the great work carried out by volunteers, coaches and players in 2015.
The Devonport Squash Centre will be welcoming the Tasmanian Open from Thursday 7th - Sunday 10th of July. The entries are comprised of Australian and International players from countries including South Korea, England, Singapore, Switzerland, India, Egypt, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Norway and Scotland.
This Friday the Devonport Sport and Recreation Centre will play host to not only both the Men’s and Woman’s Professional Squash Association five thousand dollar events, but hold the first in a series of nationwide state coaches workshops.
Zac Alexander continued his dominance of the Australian domestic squash circuit on the weekend, notching up his sixth consecutive title by winning the NSW Open, and making it 11 months without losing a match.
The Fujitsu NSW Squash Open came to an end after two exciting finals this afternoon.
The semi finals were entertaining matches at the Fujitsu NSW Squash Open this afternoon.