WORLD TOUR HIGHLIGHTS
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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.
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August 08 2022
James Willstrop brushed aside the disappointment of losing to his close friend Saurav Ghosal of India in the Men’s Singles Bronze Medal to win a Gold Medal with Declan James in the Men’s Doubles & claim a record seventh Commonwealth Games medal.The top seeds & reigning Men’s Doubles World Champions overcame compatriots Daryl Selby & Adrian Waller in the first...Keep reading
August 04 2022
Despite another huge effort from six-time Commonwealth Games Medallist James Willstrop, the defending men’s champion was denied a seventh by his close friend Saurav Ghosal of India.The victory represented an historic accomplishment with Saurav Ghosal becoming the first Indian to win a singles medal.Feeling the effects from his previous matches clearly, Ghosal played a brilliant game and constantly nullified James’...Keep reading
August 03 2022
Despite another impressive performance, defending Men’s Singles Gold Medallist James Willstrop was unable to overcome No.2 seed Joel Makin of Wales in the semi-finals of the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham.The 38-year-old who battled past fellow #teamunsquashable player Rory Stewart of Scotland in a tough 5-game quarter-final match extended Joel Makin for 50 minutes before eventually being beaten 11-5 11-5 11-9...Keep reading
August 01 2022
#beinspired … tonight we witnessed a truly magnificent match in which James Willstrop of England needed all of his experience, fighting qualities & unbelievable racket skills to overcome a truly inspired performance from Scotland’s Rory Stewart.We are so proud to have these two incredible players part of #teamunsquashable … well played Rory Stewart & congratulations James Willstrop.Defending Men’s Singles Gold...Keep reading
July 31 2022
James Willstrop of England defeated Nasir Iqbal of Pakistan 11-6 11-4 11-7 to reach the quarter-finals of Men’s Singles at the Commonwealth Games being staged in Birmingham.Today’s match represented another remarkable landmark for the defending Commonwealth Games Men’s Singles Champion as James earned his 200th England Cap to consolidate his position as the most capped English player of all time!Keep reading
James Willstrop begins Commonwealth Games Gold Medal defence with victory over Christian Navas of Gibraltar
July 30 2022
James Willstrop of England began the defence of his Men’s Singles Gold Medal at the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham with a clinical 11-1 11-2 11-6 victory over fellow #teamunsquashable player Christian Navas of Gibraltar on the show court, in front of passionate crowd at the University of Birmingham Squash Centre.The defending Commonwealth Games Men’s Singles Champion took the first game...Keep reading
July 24 2022
James Willstrop will be representing England at the at the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, England which start on Thursday.The 38-year-old Englishman will be looking to make a toughminded defence of the Men’s Singles Gold Medal he won at the 2018 Commonwealth Games in Australia.It was third time lucky for James at the Gold Coast four years ago having previously been...Keep reading
July 16 2022
In a season packed with incredible drama on the Professional Squash Association (PSA) World Tour, where there was no shortage of comebacks, shocks & upsets, the PSA have recognised the sensational performances of James Willstrop at last year’s US Squash Open as one of the 'Shocks of the Season'.James Willstrop approached last year’s U.S. Squash Open ranked World No.31 –...Keep reading
June 18 2022
James Willstrop & top seed Mohamed ElShorbagy produced unquestionably the match of the 2022 British National Championships staged between the 14th & 18th June at the National Squash Centre in Manchester.ElShorbagy eventually overcame the four-time champion 11-6 11-9 1-11 14-12 in 47-minutes to progress to his first final in his maiden appearance in the British National Championships.ElShorbagy controlled the opening...Keep reading
April 30 2022
England Captain James Willstrop rolled-back the years to secure victory for England over France in the European Team Championships with an incredible 46-minute 11-8 11-9 7-11 11-7 victory over Gregory Gaultier in Eindhoven.James Willstrop & George Parker contributed significantly to England reaching a 28th consecutive final of the Men’s European Team Championships which was achieved with victory over Scotland who...Keep reading
April 09 2022
James Willstrop, partnered by Declan James in the Men’s Doubles, helped England secure their first World Doubles title since 1997 with a 51-minute 11-10 11-6 victory over Scottish No.6 seeds Rory Stewart & Greg Lobban.Trailing 8-10 in the first game, the prospect of England’s long hunt for a championship gold seemed ever more distant, however the English pair recovered spectacularly,...Keep reading
February 16 2020
James Willstrop prevailed on finals day at the AJ Bell British National Championships after overcoming a titanic challenge from Joel Makin to lift the prestigious titles at the David Ross Sports Village at the University of Nottingham.The defending champion saved eight game balls to successfully defend his crown in style by stunning favourite Joel Makin to claim a fourth title.Second...Keep reading
January 05 2020
As part of its recently launched academy programme, UNSQUASHABLE have unveiled a pioneering James Willstrop Experience which has been designed to provide an inspiring & unforgettable squash experience by allowing participants to access the unique philosophy, approach & insights from one of its leading players.The UNSQUASHABLE Academy will offer players of all standards the highest levels of squash tuition, instruction...Keep reading
February 17 2019
James Willstrop prevailed on finals day at the AJ Bell British National Championships after overcoming a spirited challenge from Daryl Selby to lift the prestigious titles at the David Ross Sports Village at the University of Nottingham.The 35-year-old top seed enjoyed a rich vein of form throughout the championships, with the route to his tenth final including one-sided straight game...Keep reading
December 16 2018
James Willstrop defeated Zahed Salem of Egypt 11-9 11-7 11-7 in the final of the 2018 PSA London Squash Open at the prestigious Cumberland Lawn Tennis Club to capture his 20th Professional Squash Association (PSA) World Tour title.The top seeded Englishman, who had looked in a good form throughout the championships, finished strongly in each game to close-out an impressive...Keep reading
September 09 2018
James Willstrop was denied victory in the final of the Open International de Squash de Nantes by compatriot Declan James who claimed his first ever win over the former World No.1 & Commonwealth Games Doubles partner in a dramatic 76-minute final which saw the two towering Englishmen showcase their best squash in front of a full audience inside the stunning...Keep reading
April 08 2018
It was third time lucky for two times runner-up James Willstrop who won the Gold Medal in the Men’s Singles at the 2018 Commonwealth Games at Oxenford Studios in Gold Coast, Australia.Willstrop, the fourth seeded Englishman, prevailed in straight games over New Zealand’s No.2 seed Paul Coll.Both players had endured arduous routes to the final - Willstrop denying home interest...Keep reading
February 18 2018
James Willstrop was beaten by Nick Matthew in an epic showdown in the final of the British National Squash Championships in Manchester.In his final appearance in the championships, Matthew overcame his long-time domestic rival 11-7 12-10 8-11 11-6 in a tightly contested 69-minute finale to claim a record tenth British National title.Remarkably before yesterday’s clash, the younger James Willstrop had...Keep reading
August 27 2017
James Willstrop overcame Gregory Gaultier on the all-glass show court at the David Ross Sports Village at the University of Nottingham in England with a spectacular to 68-minute 7-11 11-8 11-8 2-11 11-8 victory to be crowned AJ Bell European Champion.The match represented the pairs 42nd meeting since first contesting the British Junior Open Boys U16 semi-final in 1998 &...Keep reading
June 10 2017
Mohamed ElShorbagy claimed the men’s titles at the season-ending PSA Dubai World Series Finals following a hard-fought victory over James Willstrop inside the stunning Dubai Opera.The championships brought together the top eight qualifiers from the annual men’s & women’s Professional Squash Association (PSA) World Series tournaments, featuring a format of two pools of four players, with best-of-three-game matches, leading to...Keep reading