Cameron Pilley progressed through his first round of the PSA M70 Grasshopper Cup in Zurich, Switzerland and sets up a quarter-final clash with world number 12 and tournament 7th seed, Marwan ElShorbagy of Egypt.
Twenty of Australia’s most promising teenage squash players finished exhausted but invigorated after an Australian Institute of Sport talent camp in Canberra earlier this month.
Steve Finitsis, one of the most popular players on the world squash tour, has announced his retirement from the game.
Squash Australia is in the process of setting up several working groups to help guide the sport through the challenges ahead and to equip it with the necessary skills and experience to deal with a rapidly changing sporting environment.
Squash Australia is delighted with the appointment of former Brisbane Squash Association President, Kay Kendall, to a key role at the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games Corporation (GOLDOC).
Rachael Grinham and Donna Urquhart both lost in the opening round of the Women’s World Championships in KL despite Grinham taking number 2 seed Nicol David to 5 games.
Lakeesha Rarere has wrapped up her fifth Australian Junior squash title and her third U19 crown with a comprehensive victory in Devonport.
Tasmania’s Grace Pattison is one win away from an Australian junior title in her home state, after the Tasmanian survived a tough five-game battle to book her place in Monday’s U17 final in Devonport.
Australia’s Lakeesha Rarere remains on track for a fifth Australian junior title and Ethan Eyles for his fourth after the second day of the Australian Junior Championships in Devonport.
Squash Australia has unveiled a new look as it sets a course to once again establish Australia as a world powerhouse in the sport.