Player Bids Farewall to Four of the Greats
Squash Player pays tribute to four of the great professionals who have
bowed out this season in the final issue of the 2018/19 campaign.
The retirements of eight-time world champion Nicol David, triple world
champion Ramy Ashour, double British Open winner Laura Massaro and
former world no.2 Jenny Duncalf are covered comprehensively by our team
of top writers.
In addition, Ashour's innovative new scoring system is reviewed by
Ashley Davies and Rod Gilmour looks at how squash is at the forefront of
the University of Warwick's new £36million Sports Hub.
World no.2 Mohamed ElShorbagy talks about his game to Ian McKenzie, who
also reviews the British Open, while former world no.1 James Willstrop
reveals his recovery secrets from a major hip operation to physio Phil
Jonny Harford explains to Mike Dale why Wycliffe School are so
successful and Simon Redfern interviews the two new European junior
champions - Czech Viktor Byrtus and Poland's Karina Tyma.
In an exclusive story on our News page, the World Squash Federation
accuses the International Olympic Committee of "closing off" the Games
to new sports.
All the regular sections are there as well, including Hall of Fame, On
and Off Court, Tactics, Drew's Diagnosis, Looking Forward, Calendar and
Gallery, which this time is provided by Squash Stories founder Jamie