WORLD TOUR HIGHLIGHTS
Squash is a fast-paced, high-energy sport that demands ambition and dedication from its leading professional players who are amongst the fittest and committed athletes in the world.
UNSQUASHABLE is committed to developing equipment to be used by the world’s leading players because we believe that engineering equipment for professional competition makes for better product for the everyday player.
We partner only with professional players who symbolise and demonstrate our brand values and characteristics of being competitive and committed to being the best version of themselves.
Inspired by the legacy and example of Jahangir Khan, universally recognised as the world’s greatest ever player, #teamunsquashable players are amongst the finest and committed players on the Professional Squash Association (PSA) World Tour who share our values and the UNSQUASHABLE philosophy.
Our vision is to bring inspiration and innovation to every squash player in the world through one global voice and united by our passion for squash and our unique brand personality, we have sought to create a space online to share the journeys and stories of our leading #teamunsquashable players.
We welcome and invite our followers to comment and share our World Tour Highlights stories on social media by using the hashtags #UNSQUASHABLE and #beinspired which remind us that #weareunsquashable.
September 25 2022
Ambre Allinckx, who recently returned to the PSA World Tour after an injury enforced absence of over 12 months, reached the women’s final of the Swiss National Championships at Squash Arena Uster with an 11-7 11-5 11-6 semi-final victory over top seed & defending champion Cindy Merlo, before eventually being denied by Celine Walser in a closely-contest 5-game final.Keep reading
February 23 2020
UNSQUASHABLE ambassador & Swiss No.1 Ambre Allinckx claimed another title at the French Junior Open.Competing in the Girls Under-19 category as the top seed, Ambre Allinckx claimed convincing wins up to the finals where she faced American Lucie Stefanoni.The closely contested final saw Ambre claiming the 1st game 11-8 but falling to a 2-1 deficit after the third. However, Ambre...Keep reading