New Champions At 2013 U.S. Open Doubles

By Chris McClintick The second annual joint Squash Doubles Association (SDA) and Women’s Doubles Squash Association (WDSA) U.S. Open Squash Doubles Championships crescendoed with the first SDA semifinal as Matt Jenson & Preston Quick reached match ball in the...

Double Down

by Amanda Sobhy Most of you know me as a professional singles player. However, what you may not know is that I love to play doubles. No, I’m not talking about doubles on a singles...

Hewitt Approaches Mateer’s Title Record; Evergreen Garno Matches Hahn’s Record

Above: (l-r) Ed Garno, the oldest man to ever win the men's open draw at the National Doubles, cracked a cross-court while Steve Scharff, Alex Stait, and Zac Alexander watched in the finals of...

Squash Doubles Practice With Two or Three Players

By Graham Bassett, Victor Elmaleh US Squash Director of Doubles and Professional Squash While nothing beats a full game of four-person doubles, some of the best and most fun practice can be achieved with fewer...

Opportunity in Chaos: Damien Mudge Retires After Record Doubles Career

by James Zug Damien Mudge has an intentional relationship with velocity. For twenty years he played professional squash doubles across North America. The very first time he went on a doubles court, his boss and...

2011 U.S. Doubles Squash Championships

By Dent Wilkens The 2011 U.S. Doubles Squash Championships returned to Chicago March 25-27, after last being held there in 2004. Title sponsored by BMO Capital Markets, the event was hosted by the Racquet Club of Chicago,...

Doubles: Let the Ball Go

By Suzie Pierrepont I hated squash doubles when I first tried it. I hated the way the ball came off my racquet with no control and the way the ball bounced at the back of...

Century Doubles

The 2013 U.S. Century Doubles Squash Championships were held February 22-24, 2013 in New York City with Eben Hardie and William Villari winning the Century Open division. As the name suggests, the tournament requires the...

Down the Middle Solves the Riddle

By Preston Quick In tennis doubles, the mantra is: down the middle solves the riddle. In squash doubles, however, it is an uncommon shot. But strategically hitting the ball in the middle of the court,...

U30 Doubles Titles Decided in NYC

Graham Bassett and Greg McArthur defeated Shaun Johnstone and Jacques Swanepoel to capture the Men’s title at the 2011 National Under-30 Doubles Championships in New York City. McArthur also teamed with Fernanda Rocha to win...