no.7 Sarah-Jane Perry was once told she would never make it as a top
squash professional, but next month she will be rubbing shoulders
with the women's elite at the PSA World Series Finals in Dubai.
The 27-year-old, who recently led England to victory in the European
Women's Team Championship, tells Rod Gilmour how she silenced her
critics in a revealing interview in the latest issue of Squash
England men's no.1 Nick Matthew reports on events on and off court
from those European Championships in his Gallery column, while
team-mate Declan James writes about his debut in Helsinki.
Richard Eaton, the doyen of squash writers, looks back on the recent
PSA Women's World Championship in El Gouna and there is a
competition to win the Tecnifibre racket used by world no.1 Nour El
Sherbini in retaining her world title.
We also have features from Mike Dale on the man behind
SquashLevels.com, Squash Player Club of the Year Market Harborough
and the rise of junior squash in Kent.
All the regular sections are there as well, including Drew's
Diagnosis, Physio's Therapy, On Court, Off Court, Coaches' Corner,
Practice Routines, Mastershot and History, while Peter Nicol is the
latest addition to our Hall of Fame and Essex teenager Elise Lazarus
is our 1ToWatch.