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  • Full of articles from around the squash world
  • Fantastic interviews with squash players
  • Information on upcoming events
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COMMENT: Mike Clemson proposes changes to Masters scoring; Patrick Osborn looks for consistency in Squash57 balls and the editor points out a refereeing rules fiasco.

NEWS: Mohamed ElShorbagy follows Peter Nicol’s example and opts to play for England. Comment and criticism follow.

WORLD SQUASH: Squash Player meets the new European President Thomas Troedsson.

FEATURES: BBC Outside Source presenter Ros Atkins explains why he is a squash enthusiast.

THINKING OUT OF THE BOX: Squash57 gets an invite to the outdoor 3WallBall Championships in Las Vegas.

COMMONWEALTH GAMES: Defending champions James Willstrop and Joelle King look forward to Birmingham 2022; preview; doubles prospects; and United by Birmingham’s New Street Station spectacular; Guyana prepares.

CLUB & COURT: Latest news including the new Squash+ Outdoor court made of glass, steel and polycarbonate.

GEAR: Paul Coll signs for Raw Sport, plus new rackets incoming from Head and Tecnifibre.

ON COURT: Comment on the mental game; Round-up; Performance of the Month; Rankings analysis; News; Calendar; Looking Forward. British Open and World Championship analysis.

WORKSHOP: News, Drew’s Diagnosis on Diego Elias, My Game by Ali Farag, Hesham El Attar on the secrets of ghosting, Jesse Engelbrecht on combating nerves, Phillip Marlowe on boasts and Major Maniam on deception.

HISTORY: When James Willstrop said, “I couldn’t ask for the ball to flow of my racket any better.”

GALLERY: James Zug on Chicken Soup, Polar Squash and La La Land.

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