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.
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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.
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September 22 2023
Rory Stewart was denied a place in the semi-finals of the 2023 Springfield Scottish Squash Open by Edmon Lopez of Spain at the Inverness Tennis and Squash Club.Lopez, the 2019 Scottish Open Champion, faced off against the top seeded Scot in a gruelling contest that saw the two players locked in fierce competition during the opening two games. The Spaniard...Keep reading
September 21 2023
Nick Wall was denied a place in the semi-finals of the PSA NASH Squash Cup 2023 by Curtis Malik who overcame his fellow Englishman 11-7 8-11 11-4 11-8 in a tough 50-minute encounter at the PSA NASH Cup 2023 being held at the London Squash & Fitness in Ontario, Canada.Professional Squash Association (PSA) NASH Cup 2023, London Squash & Fitness,...Keep reading
September 19 2023
Nick Wall defeated fellow Englishman Nathan Lake 11-8 12-14 11-4 11-6 in the final of the Charlottesville Squash Open 2023 to win his 13th Professional Squash Association career title.The young Englishman overcame his fellow countryman in a high-quality 48-minute final at the Boars Head Resort in Virginia, USA to secure the most significant victory of his career to date.Despite a...Keep reading
September 10 2023
Rory Stewart and George Parker were both beaten in the 2nd round of the QTerminals Qatar Squash Classic being staged at the Khalifa International Tennis & Squash Complex.Following his 1st round win over fellow UNSQUASHABLE player Iker Pajares Bernabeu, Rory Stewart of Scotland was beaten in straight games by Mohamed ElSherbini, while George Parker was denied 11-8 11-13 11-8 11-6...Keep reading
August 27 2023
Impressive wins by England’s Nick Wall over Nathan Lake and Omar Mosaad in the first two rounds of the Paris Squash 2023 saw him up against World No.2 Diego Elias of Peru for a place in the quarter-finals of his opening PSA World Tour event of the new season.Despite another impressive showing, Nick faced a formidable opponent at the top...Keep reading
August 23 2023
Daniel Mekbib of the Czech Republic reached the quarter-finals of the 2023 ESF European Individual Closed Squash Championships following straight-game wins over Radu Stefan Pena of Romania & Spain’s Bernat Jaume on the opening day of the championships staged at the Hasta La Vista Club in Wroclaw, Poland.In his 1st round match, Daniel defeated Radu Stefan 11-3 11-6 11-3, followed...Keep reading
August 18 2023
Despite an impressive run of form at the PSA Hague Open at Houtrust Squash in The Hague, Netherlands, Owain Taylor was denied in the final by top seed Mahesh Mangaonkar of India.Consecutive hard-fought, four-game wins for Owain Talyor over Manu Paquemar of France, Sean Conroy of Ireland and Mohamed Nasser of Egypt enroute to the final proved decision as Mahesh...Keep reading
August 15 2023
Nick Wall was denied a place in the semi-finals of the 2023 British National Squash Championships by fellow Englishman Adrian Waller who secured a coveted spot in this year's semis with an impressive straight-game victory. 4th seed Adrian Waller, a runner-up to Joel Makin in 2021, encountered a stern challenge from his compatriot before eventually closing-out an 11-9 11-4 11-9...Keep reading
August 11 2023
James Willstrop, affectionately known as the 'The Marksman', is one of England’s greatest ever squash players and is still competing on the Professional Squash Association (PSA) World Tour with his remarkable racket skills enabling him to still consistently challenge the world's top players as he approaches the milestone of his 40th birthday later this month.When it comes to an impeccable...Keep reading
August 07 2023
Will Salter overcame fellow UNSQUASHABLE player Owain Taylor 11-5 11-6 5-11 4-11 11-9 in a marathon 94-minute final at the Lexden Open to claim his third PSA title from four consecutive final appearances.The young Englishman defeated top seed Perry Malik 11-9 11-9 7-11 11-6 in the semi-finals, having earlier recorded straight-game wins over Jamie Brown, Thomas Ramsay & Denis Gilevskiy...Keep reading
James Willstrop relects upon his illustrious career as one of England's greatest ever squash players
August 02 2023
As he nears his 40th birthday, James Willstrop discusses his illustrious career in an fascinating interview with squashsite.com, offering many intriguing insights into one of the most respected squash players of his generation.Known as the 'Marksman' in squash circles, James delves into his most unforgettable shots and matches, underscoring the artistry behind subtle holds to length and the complexities of...Keep reading
August 02 2023
UNSQUASHABLE player Moustafa Elsirty has been shortlisted for the PSA World Tour Men’s Young Player of the Year Award.Despite his 2022/23 season being curtailed by an injury, the 21-year-old Egyptian retained his CAS - Serena Hotels/Combaxx International Squash Championships title in Pakistan & reached the last 16 of five events, with a notable quarter-final appearance at Squash on Fire in...Keep reading
August 01 2023
Inspired by the legacy & example of Jahangir Khan, universally recognised as the world’s greatest ever squash player, UNSQUASHABLE players are amongst the finest & committed competitors on the PSA World Tour who share our values & philosophy.We aim to update our followers with of our players most notable achievements and career highlights along with details of exciting new product...Keep reading
July 26 2023
Yannick Wilhelmi was denied a place in the semi-finals of the PSA Bremer Schlüssel being staged at the Squash & Fitness Center Achim-Baden in Bremen, Germany by 4th seed Mahesh Mangaonkar of India who overcame his Swiss rival 11-5 6-11 11-4 13-11 in a tightly contested quarter-final.Mahesh Mangaonkar squared off against Yannick Wilhelmi in the opening quarter-final with both players...Keep reading
July 23 2023
Will Salter won his second PSA Satellite title with an 11-2 6-11 11-4 11-5 victory over Jared Carter in the final of the PSA Bexley Open in England.The young Englishman, who claimed his maiden PSA title earlier this month at the PSA Mote Open, reached his third consecutive final without dropping a game following clinical 3-0 victories over Michael Andrews,...Keep reading
Jahangir Khan opens all-glass show court at Roshan Khan Jahangir Khan RKJK Squash Complex in Pakistan
July 22 2023
Jahangir Khan was back on court at the inauguration ceremony for the opening of an all-glass show court at the Roshan Khan Jahangir Khan RKJK Squash Complex in Karachi, Pakistan.Located within the esteemed Fleet Club in Karachi, Pakistan, the Roshan Khan Jahangir Khan RKJK Squash Complex, under the auspices of the Pakistan Navy, has been a beacon for squash enthusiasts...Keep reading
July 16 2023
Temwa Chileshe was denied a place in the final of the PSA Victorian Open at the Mulgrave Country Club in Melbourne by Australian top seed Rex Hedrick who overcame the 4th seeded New Zealander 11-8 11-5 11-8 in the semi-finals.The New Zealand 3rd seed, who claimed his first PSA World Tour event last week with victory at the PSA City...Keep reading
July 14 2023
UNSQUASHABLE Ambassador Lee Drew has been appointed as the Head of World Squash Officiating (WSO), the organisation established in partnership between the World Squash Federation (WSF) and the Professional Squash Association (PSA) in 2019 dedicated to regulating and advancing squash officiating on a global scale.A former World Tour player and England Junior National Coach, Lee assumed the role of Refereeing...Keep reading