The opportunity for Squash to present its case again after the Tokyo 2020 Organising Committee were offered the chance to nominate sports has been grabbed with both hands by the WSF.
The return of the Australian Open in 2015 has attracted a top quality field in both the men's and the women's competition.
The future of squash in Australia has received a major boost, with the Australian Commonwealth Games Association providing NextGen funding for some of most talented juniors.
Joshua Larkin showed he had learned a lot from his first ever tour final one week earlier when he cruised to victory in the Golden Open in Kalgoorlie.
Last week Australia's Joshua Larkin broke through for bis first ever tour title, winning the WA Open (pictured with women's winner, Megan Craig). On Monday he'll take on Jamaica's Lewis Walters in the final of the Golden Open in Kalgoorlie.
It's a small field, but the inclusion of three qualifiers from Korea has added an 'unknown' factor to the dra at the Golden Open in Kalgoorlie. After Saturday, two Koreans and the top six seeds remain the draw.
Australia's Joshua Larkin broke through for his first tournament title and New Zealand's Megan Craig added another Australian title to her resume' at the City of Perth WA Open on the weekend.
While seven of the top eight seeds in the men's and women's draw of the City of Perth WA Open are safely through to Sunday, the men are all watching the eighth semi-finalist; an unheralded teenager from Korea.
While top seeds Dane Sharp and Lewis Walters moved into the second round of the City of Perth WA Open without too much incident, there were some enthralling games involving some of Australia's top teenage prospects.
The 2014 Champions haven't returned, but in their place are plenty of high quality players looking to grab the City of Perth WA Open squash title this weekend.