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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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.
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Yannick Wilhelmi reaches semi-finals of PSA Swiss Squash Open
October 28 2022
Yannick Wilhelmi was denied a place in the final of the PSA Swiss Squash Open by Marek Panacek of the Czech Republic who overcame the Swiss top seed 6-11 11-2 11-9 11-7 to end any hopes of a home victory at the Squash Arena in Uster.Despite taking the first game of their semi-final contest to delight the home crowd, Yannick...Keep reading
Yannick Wilhelmi reaches maiden Swiss National Championship final
September 25 2022
Rising Swiss squash star Yannick Wilhelmi reached his maiden Swiss National Championship final at the Squash Arena Uster with a semi-final victory over Robin Gadola before eventually being denied in a closely contested final by top seed & defending champion Dimitri Steinmann.Keep reading
Yannick Wilhelmi represents Switzerland at World Games in USA
July 19 2022
Yannick Wilhelmi represented Switzerland at the recent World Games which were staged at the University of Alabama Recreation Center, Birmingham, Alabama, USA.Seeded 9/16, Yannick defeated Harley Lam of Hong Kong 9-11 12-10 11-3 before being denied a quarter-final place by the eventual Gold Medal Winner Victor Crouin of France.The World Games is an 11-day international multi-sport event organised with the...Keep reading
Yannick Wilhelmi denied in PSA Austrian Open final for 2nd consecutive year
July 09 2022
Yannick Wilhelmi of Switzerland was unable to avenge defeat in last year’s final & was PSA Austrian Open runner-up once again following defeat to James Peach who won this title with a hard-fought 63-minute 4-11 11-9 11-5 10-12 11-7 victory on the all-glass show court situated at the spectacular EUROPARK shopping mall in Salzburg.Peach, the 25-year-old Englishman, produced a succession...Keep reading
Yannick Wilhelmi reaches PSA Austrian Squash Open Final
July 11 2021
The 2021 Professional Squash Association (PSA) Austrian Open produced a high-quality & thrilling 67-minute final benefiting the spectacular setting at the EUROPARK venue in Salzburg.From an UNSQUASHABLE perspective, unfortunately Yannick Wilhelmi was denied his 2nd PSA World Tour final after another impressive tournament which saw him record victories over compatriots Miguel Mathis & Robin Gadola as well as Austrian No.1...Keep reading
Yannick Wilhelmi wins PSA Lorient Open
May 02 2021
Yannick Wilhelmi produced a sensational performance to defeat Robin Gadola 11-9 11-9 13-15 11-3 in the final of the Archi Factory Lorient Open to claim his maiden Professional Squash Association (PSA) World Tour title at the Top Form Squash & Fitness in Lorient, France.Following a bye in the 1st round, Yannick defeated Paul Gonzalez of France 12-10 17-15 11-5 in...Keep reading