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Squash: 11-yr-old Anahat Singh one win away from second British Junior Open title

Rising sensation Anahat Singh’s heartwarming triumph last year at the prestigious British Junior Open Squash tournament (girls’ under-11 category) in Birmingham was significant for a number of reasons that are bound to have a salutary effect on...

Squash: Harinder Sandhu forges inspiring comeback after career-threatening injury

Squash player Harinder Sandhu defeated Tomotaka Endo of Japan 11-5, 11-6, 11-7 in just 31 minutes to win the HCL-SRFI India Tour title in Mumbai on Saturday. The win comes just a few days after he won...
Squash World Championships

Believe It Or Not: World Squash Championships overlooking Pyramid of Giza

The PSA Women's World Championships made waves not only for the quality of squash displayed, but also for the magical location of the event.

How Indian squash grapples with lack of full-time coach

Indian squash has been making all the right noises in recent years performance-wise and there are enough signs to suggest that Indian squash is in good health – the country currently has as many as four men...

Joshna Chinappa in favour of a full-time coach after SRFI moves to ‘event-based coaching’

Joshna Chinappa believes that the lack of a full-time coach for the Indian team is hampering the progress of the younger players, even as the Squash Rackets Federation of India (SRFI) is keen to carry on with...