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.
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April 25 2022
Nick Wall defeated fellow Englishman Tom Walsh 11-7 11-6 11-5 in the final of the Qualico Manitoba Open in Winnipeg to win back-to-back PSA World Tour titles.The young Englishman, whose aggressive, fast-paced attacking playing style has seen him recognised as one of the most exciting young talents on the Professional Squash Association (PSA) World Tour, capped a memorable couple of...Keep reading
April 19 2022
Nick Wall of England defeated David Baillargeon of Canada 11-3 11-3 11-13 11-6 to be crowned Canadian Open Champion on the all-glass show court erected in the atrium of the spectacular Bow Valley Square venue in downtown Calgary Alberta.The young Englishman, whose aggressive, fast-paced attacking playing style has seen him recognised as one of the most exciting young talents on...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 27 2022
Nick Wall of England claimed the PSA Doncaster Cup title after compatriot Sam Todd was forced to withdraw from the final PSA World Tour event due to injury.The English pair, the top two seeds for the inaugural Doncaster Cup, both progressed to the final with relative ease after surviving 5-game scares in the opening round.Top seed Nick Wall overcame fellow...Keep reading
February 21 2022
Simon Herbert claimed his biggest PSA World Tour title to date at the 3rd PSA Silvester Squash Trophy staged at the impressive Squash Arena Uster in Switzerland.Seeded No.9, Simon Herbert started the tournament with a four-game victory over Switzerland’s David Bernet followed in the 2nd round with a hard-fought 56-minute 11-8 6-11 9-11 14-12 11-8 victory over 3rd seed Robin...Keep reading
January 01 2022
We’re 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.Our aim is to inspire all squash players by offering specialist equipment that helps them fulfil their potential & gain maximum enjoyment from playing one of the world’s most exciting &...Keep reading
December 12 2021
Nick Wall claimed his fourth Professional Squash Association (PSA) World Tour title since joining #teamunsquashable earlier this year with a determined & hard-fought 11-8 6-11 7-11 11-3 11-5 victory over Curtis Malik to win the final of the PSA Lockerbie Challenger in Scotland.The young Englishman, who since joining UNSQUASHABLE in June has won PSA World Tour titles in Gibraltar, Zurich...Keep reading
December 04 2021
Moustafa Elsirty collected an astonishing 9th Professional Squash Association (PSA) World Tour title since joining #teamunsquashable in January after overcoming fellow Egyptian Zahed Salem in the final of the PSA CIB Egyptian Squash Challenger staged at Smouha Sporting Club in Alexandria, Egypt.Seeded only No.7, Moustafa Elsirty, now at his highest ever position of World No.38 in the PSA World Rankings,...Keep reading
December 01 2021
Moustafa Elsirty has been named the PSA Challenger Tour Player of the Month for November.Since joining #teamunsquashable in January, Moustafa has proven himself to be the most successful player on the Professional Squash Association (PSA) World Tour by winning a remarkable seven PSA World Titles from nine final appearances.Moustafa, who was also named PSA Challenger Tour Player of the Month...Keep reading
November 14 2021
Moustafa Elsirty claimed his 8th PSA World Tour title of the year with a 6-11 11-7 11-8 11-8 victory over top seed Bernat Jaume of Spain to win the PSA Capra Baerum Squash Open staged at Lysaker Squash & Fitness in Norway.The Egyptian, whose PSA World Ranking had jumped over 30 places to a career-high World No.51 coming into the...Keep reading
November 07 2021
Nick Wall claimed the PSA Northern Joe Cup in Manchester with an impressive 8-11 11-4 12-10 11-7 win over fellow Englishman Charlie Lee at Cheetham Hill Sports Club in Manchester, England.After back-to-back wins at the PSA Gibraltar Squash Open, PSA Swiss Squash Open in October, Nick Wall was aiming to make it three consecutive wins on the Professional Squash Association...Keep reading
November 06 2021
Moustafa Elsirty continued his incredible run of form on the Professional Squash Association (PSA) World Tour by winning his 7th title of the year in Karachi at the 15th CNS International Squash Championship.The fourth seeded Egyptian received a bye through to the second round where he started his campaign with a 19-minute 11-7 11-8 11-5 victory over compatriot Khaled Labib.Moustafa...Keep reading
November 01 2021
Nick Wall defeated top seed Rui Soares of Portugal 6-11 11-7 11-9 11-1 to win the Swiss Open at the Squash Arena in Zurich & claim back-to-back Professional Squash association (PSA) World Tour titles.The young Englishman, who last week won the Gibraltar Open, cruised to the Swiss Open final with impressive victories over Toufik Mekhalfi of France, Abhishek Pradhan of...Keep reading
November 01 2021
Nick Wall has been named as the PSA Challenger Tour Player of the Month by the Professional Squash Association (PSA) for October after winning the PSA Gibraltar Squash Open & PSA Swiss & Uster Cup.21-year-old Nick Wall impressed in winning the PSA Gibraltar Squash Open by cruising through the draw with wins over Hasnaat Farooqi & Arón Astray before victories...Keep reading
October 25 2021
Scotland’s Rory Stewart produced a spectacular 12-10 10-12 17-19 11-5 11-3 victory over Sam Todd of England to win the PSA Novum Energy Texas Squash Open staged at the Downtown Club, Houston, USA to secure his 4th PSA World Tour title of the year.Rory Stewart, seed No.4 seed for the tournament, started his campaign with wins over Tom Walsh of...Keep reading
October 23 2021
Nick Wall of England defeated fellow UNSQUASHABLE player Iván Pérez of Spain 11-7 11-6 11-6 to win the Professional Squash Association (PSA) Gibraltar Squash Open at the Europa Sports Complex in Gibraltar.Whilst Nick Wall reached the final without dropping a game following 3-0 victories over Hasnaat Farooqi, Arón Astray & Simon Herbert, Iván Pérez endured a succession of five-game battles....Keep reading
October 15 2021
Moustafa Elsirty defeated 3rd seed Auguste Dussourd of France 9-11 11-7 11-6 12-10 to win the PSA CAS Serena Hotels/Combaxx International Squash Championship staged at the Mushaf Squash Complex in Islamabad, Pakistan.The 4th seeded Egyptian recovered from losing the 1st game against his French finalist to win his sixth Professional Squash Association (PSA) World Tour title of 2021 in 47...Keep reading
September 19 2021
Moustafa Elsirty won the PSA Heroes Graz Squash Open in Austria with a 39-minute 11-9 11-5 11-6 victory over fellow Egyptian Yahya Elnawasany to claim his fifth Professional Squash Association (PSA) World Tour title of the year.Having received a bye in the 1st round, Moustafa Elsirty showed great form as he progressed through the tournament staged at Heroes Squash-Bar in...Keep reading