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Indian Squash Academy

Squash staring at long break with major cities hit hard by COVID-19

With the COVID-19 wreaking havoc in the major squash centres of India - Delhi, Mumbai and Chennai - the players might not be able to resume training before September, let alone playing tournaments, according to the Squash Rackets Federation...
Mahesh Mangaonkar (Source: Asian Age)

Squash: Mahesh Mangaonkar first Indian athlete to return to action following COVID restrictions

Squash player Mahesh Mangaonkar becomes the first Indian sportsperson to return to action as sporting activities resumes in Helsinki, Finland following the relaxation of lockdown forced by the COVID-19 pandemic. The 26-year-old Indian returned to court and is working with the...
Dipika Pallikal

I don’t see a similar attitude among junior squash players today — Dipika Pallikal

India's most decorated squash player, Dipika Pallikal is pleased to be spending time at home with her husband Indian cricketer Dinesh Karthik, during the coronavirus lockdown and with sports not being possible. Keeping themselves busy for most of the time...
Squash India

Squash federation to wait for state, central government guidelines for resumption

The Squash Rackets Federation of India (SRFI) has said the guidelines outlined by World Squash Federation (WSF) is not all-encompassing and it will wait for the directives from the state and central governments for resumption of the sport following...
Yash Fadte

Squash player Yash Fadte returns to Goa after being stuck in UK

Budding squash player and French Junior Open winner Yash Fadte returned to his home state Goa on Monday after being stranded in the United Kingdom, where he went for training in March. Fadte, 18, who is currently lodged at...