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  • Full of articles from around the squash world
  • Fantastic interviews with squash players
  • Information on upcoming events
  • High quality squash images!
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Squash Player Magazine 2022 Issue 1
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COMMENT: Our editor discusses Ukraine, mid-match coaching and squash’s relationship with racketball.

OBITUARY: The life and influence on squash of pioneer Ann Jackson is remembered.

NEWS: Russia is ostracized from squash circles and the World Junior Championships seeks a new home. Padel grows and is in the money.

WORLD SQUASH: Scotland gets behind World Doubles.

FEATURES: What are the prospects for England’s rising star Gina Kennedy? Part two of the Paul Coll series. We also look back at the career of modern-day legend Gregory Gaultier.

RACQUETBALL: James Zug looks at the rise and fall of racquetball in the US and its developments as an outoor pursuit.

STATE OF THE GAME: The development of padel and the experience of Dax Mellor. Is it a question of padel or racketball?

THINKING OUT OF THE BOX: Squash Player looks at the evolution of squash and asks if racketball is the easier game we seek.

CLUB & COURT: News, Tom Oldroyd is squash’s new chief inspector, Abingdon Squash and Racketball Club going strong after 50 years, and the pleasure and practicalities of underfloor heating.

GEAR: Paul Coll appoints a manager, Victor Crouin is snapped up by Dunlop while Head girls climb into the top 10. Joel Makin reveals what is in his bag.

ON COURT: Comment on the battle for no.1; round-up and performances of the month. There is a first UK win for Farag plus a wrestling match at Canary Wharf. There is also News, Calendar and Looking Forward.

WORKSHOP: News, Drew’s Diagnosis on El Sherbini’s awareness, key tactical failures, Hesham El Attar on crosscourts, Jesse Engelbrecht on nerves, Phillip Marlowe on fundaments and Michael Khan on anticipation.

GALLERY: Chanel no.555 for Jahangir, meeting up in Oz, squash theatre pre-Commonwealth Games, a court in the tropics, Sex Education and Zelenskyy takes up squash.

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