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26/01/2022
Squash Player Annual issue out

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Squash Player Annual issue out



The Awards issue of Squash Player magazine has now been published

The 2021 Squash Player Awards, selected by a panel of international experts, will be announced in Squash Player magazine’s ‘Annual’ edition on Wednesday 26th January. Categories include: Player of the Year, Young Player of the Year, Most Improved Player of the Year, Comeback of the Year and and Tournament of the Year.

The sport’s all-time records are published each year in Squash Player‘s ‘Annual’ edition. Our 2021 Stats feature, in partnership with squashinfo.com, reveals which player won most matches, played most events and who played the year’s longest match.

There are features on the next world no.1 Paul Coll, the world’s greatest collection of squash memorabilia, an exclusive on a very special pre-Commonwealth Games showcase event in Birmingham and we catch up with squash genius turned pop star Ramy Ashour.

In our Club&Court section, we reveal how MSquash are setting the trends at their futuristic new centre MSquash Sono campus in Connecticut. Mike Dale assess the state of our sport after the pandemic and our ‘Thinking Outside the Box’ feature looks in-depth at the Iranian outdoor squash initiative.

In the latest Workshop section Jesse Engelbrecht addresses pre-match nerves and Hesham El Attar provides ground-breaking analysis of a player’s recovery path and position. Also more on Tactical Errors, ‘My Game’ with Olivia Fiechter, and the new Off the Wall Squash workshop on starting school programmes.

In ‘From The Gallery’, Alan Thatcher gives readers a peek behind the scenes at Canary Wharf and explains why Mohamed Asal was not in top form.

See Magazine contents here