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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 3
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EDITORIAL: Surprise England junior win; the start of the ‘match followed by dinner’ tradition; and the key question, ‘have we the right ball,’ is asked.

WORLD SQUASH: Simon Redfern reports on the World Junior Championships and speaks to new champions Amina Orfi and Rowan Damming.

ZUG: Commonwealth Games analysis; doubles; put a pin in it;and accreditation.

NEWS: Asal under scrutiny again.

RULES POINTS: How will the Asal ‘turning incident’ turn out and what do the rules say?

RACKETBALL (Squash 57): Simon Redfern speaks to Mark Fuller, the organiser of the successful UK-Racketball series, which reaches a milestone.

GAMES: Mike Dale writes about the time of his life at this summer’s Commonwealth Games.

PROFILE: Mike Dale meets squash prodigy Anahat Singh.

FEATURE: Rod Gilmour on ‘The Making of Gina’.

RACKETS: Paul Hargrave reviews the new season’s racket offerings; five top rackets; and ‘The Racket Guide’.

GEAR: Dunlop winners; Tecnifibre lifts off with the X-Top; Karakal; PDH joins forces with a new ‘old’ racket; and Prince returns to the natural fit.

HISTORY: Dinner with a special theme; 100 years of the Bath Club Cup.

ON COURT: Performances of the Month; Round-up; Rankings; Calendar; Qatar; Masters; Todd supreme; News; Beachill looking forward.

WORKSHOP: News; Drew’s Diagnosis on Gohar’s laser lines; Newton investigates Gawad’s foot pad pain; Hesham analyses energy systems; Engelbrecht explains how to deal with nerves; Marlow reviews squash balls; and Coaches’ Corner with ‘early bird’ Alison Insley.

MY GAME: Ali Farag talks about rallying, reading the game, movement and the key pattern he keeps repeating.

GALLERY: Mike Dale enthuses about his Commonwealth Games experience and even takes on Mohamed ElShorbagy on court…well, a mini court.

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