Squash clubs all over the world will be celebrating World Squash Day on Saturday October 18th with a stimulating and varied programme of events.
One week after Matthew Hopkin celebrated his breakthrough win, Christine Nunn is also celebrating her maiden tour victory. Hopkin, though, had to settle for the runners-up title at the NSW Open.
You rarely see Aaron Frankcomb's name on the start list for major tournaments these days. When it does pop up, it sends shivers down the spines of grown men. In NSW he's showing why.
Matthew Hopkin was almost lost to squash in 2008. The then-teenager quit the sport, disillusioned and racked with injury. But two of the game's heavy-hitters convinced him to return, and he's now deadly serious.
Matthew Hopkin broke through in Shepparton for his first PSA tour title. The closest the 23-year-old came to being beaten was on the opening day.
Matthew Hopkin's dream run at the Shepparton International has continued. He's now just one win away from the title - but standing in his way is a Dutchman who's been in outstanding form all week.
QLD's Matthew Hopkin provided the early upset on day one of the Shepparton International, taking out Canadian fourth seed Adam Auckland. The remaining seeds all moved comfortably into the second round.
An estimated 35,000 followed five days of singles action and six days of doubles action at the Scotstoun Sports Campus in Scotland's largest city.
David Palmer is the toast of Australian squash today, after he helped guide the Aussies to two gold medals on the final day of competition at the Glasgow Commonwealth Games.
A fairy-tale climax to David Palmer's comeback appearance in Scotland saw the illustrious Australian veteran win two gold medals on the final day of Squash