Indian teenager Kush Kumar is making a lot of entries for next week's Australian Open nervous. He claimed another big scalp on the opening day of the Victorian Open.
The big names in Australian squash, and a sprinkling of top international players, are in Melbourne for the Victorian Open starting Wednesday.
Australia's Christine Nunn and Indian teenager both made pretty short work of their opponents at the Tasmanian Open in Devonport.
Top seed Christine Nunn had to fight her way back from two sets down to beat fellow Australian Lisa Camilleri and book a finals clash with South Africa's Cheyna Tucker at the Tasmanian Open.
The top seeds were untroubled but there were several tense battles for some of the lower seeds in the men's draw of the Tasmanian Open on Friday.
The Australian Junior girls team is off to Amsterdam and this year's World Junior team's championships - dressed by clothing company Backyard Birdies, who will provide outfits for our teams for the rest of 2015
Momentum is building ahead of the return of the Australian Open next month, with several players competing at the City of Devonport Tasmanian Open this weekend - including Australia's Sarah Cardwell (left)
This week marks the start of a new era for sport in Australia, with a major Government-backed campaign to get school kids more active. Squash is one of the sports set to benefit.
Squash a gentleman’s sport? Not anymore. The East Coast Squash Academy is changing the face of squash with the announcement of Australia’s first All Women’s Squash Camp
Squash and Racquetball Victoria has announced the signing of radio station 1116 SEN as the official media partner for the next three Australian Opens in Melbourne.