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...

World’s First All-Glass Hardball Doubles Court a Hit with the Pros

By Kristi Maroc The world’s first all-glass hardball doubles court was officially given the nod of approval by the world’s top players during the first-ever professional event to be held on the court and simultaneously...

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,...

World Doubles: Nineteen Countries Compete for World Supremacy

By Kristi Maroc It was a victory for the USA in the women's draw of the 2013 World Doubles Championships, with home heroines Amanda Sobhy and Natalie Grainger taking the title in the Turner Women's...

The 2013 U.S. National Junior Doubles

By James Zug Ninety players from around the U.S. and Canada took part in the 27th annual National Junior Doubles in April 2013 in girl’s, boy’s and mixed age divisions. First run by Wilmington Country...

Mondo Money: 2007 Briggs Cup, The Richest Tournament in US History, Confirms The Decline...

By James Zug It was a perfect storm. People adored the man. People really liked to play and watch squash doubles with the best. People wanted to help one of the urban squash programs. People enjoyed...

2012 U.S. Squash Doubles Championships

Article and photos by Preston Quick The Apawamis Club in Rye New York played host to the 2012 U.S. Squash Doubles Championships. Title sponsored by Hospital for Special Surgery, the event was also co-hosted at...

SDA Bantams: The Group of Trinity Alumni Shaping the Professional Doubles Tour

By Chris McClintick Nearly a score of graduating classes played some part in the longest winning streak in college sports history—Trinity men’s squash: 252 consecutive victories, including thirteen national titles, from 1998 to 2012. While...

Drills for Doubles: Get the Most Out of Your Game

By Aidan Harrison Most of the focus of teaching professionals is on the juniors but if you can build a vibrant adult doubles program at your club and make it fun, it builds an extra...

2011-12 Doubles Season a Wrap

The 2011-12 Doubles season kicked off with over 30 men’s and women’s teams, representing 15 schools, competing in the Intercollegiate Doubles Championship, held at the Racquet Club of Philadelphia, in conjunction with the 2011...