the PSA World Championships underway, the latest issue of
Squash Player is packed full of previews and interviews for the
flagship event on the PSA Tour in Manchester.
Richard Eaton speaks to the record-breaking Egyptian couple, Ali Farag
and Nour El Tayeb, about repeating their historic U.S. Open achievement
at the Worlds, and looks forward to the women's event.
Rod Gilmour interviews world no.2 Mohamed ElShorbagy about his timely
return to form, while Ian McKenzie discusses how the men's Qatar Classic
provided some useful pointers for Manchester.
There is also a comprehensive guide to the Championships - with the
schedule, draws, profiles on the leading contenders and a special
feature on the host city - and a report on Egypt regaining the world
men's team title.
In addition, Mike Dale investigates the use of wearable technology in
squash and interviews top coach Ronnie Vlassaks, while Gilmour
experiences the internet squash revolution,
All the regular sections are there as well, including Drew's Diagnosis,
Physio's Therapy, On Court, Off Court, Mastershot and History, while
Rodney Martin is the latest addition to our Hall of Fame.
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COMMENT: Yes tackling blocking, but...
NEWS: Egypt's world dominance complete; Shelley shock
WORLD SQUASH NEWS: Taking refereeing to new levels
FEATURES: The iSquash revolution; Mohamed makes crisis call;
Egypt couple make history; Classic form for Worlds; El Sherbini the
favourite; Egypt regain men's title
WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS GUIDE: Schedule; Draws; Profiles;
OFF COURT: Matthew the movie; Perry is Unsquashable; Crouin
joins Salming; Aidan Keane tribute
WORKSHOP: New app from Irving; Ronnie wears it well; Physio's
therapy; Drew's diagnosis; Mastershot; Technology rules; Aspire today
ON COURT: PSA Tour round-up; One to watch - Raphael Kandra;
Calendar; Player of the Month awards.
HALL OF FAME: Rodney Martin
GALLERY: Ian McKenzie provides a personal view of events on
and off court