Letters February 2010

More PAR Bashing As I sit having my second cup of coffee and easing into the day by reading the lastest edition of Squash Magazine I am struck by the continuing number of letters opposed...

SPA-tlight: Peter Avitable

This season, U.S. SQUASH has introduced the Squash Professionals Affiliate Program (SPA). With this program, U.S. SQUASH will offer personal liability insurance coverage to qualified squash professionals for coaching, access to a pre-screened, preferred...

SPA-tlight: Mick Joint

Mick Joint, Head Pro at the Detroit Athletic Club Where did you grow up? I was born and raised in Melbourne, Australia. How did you get involved with squash? My mother introduced me to squash when I was five. I...

Women in Squash

By Jennifer Gabler The best part of being tournament director for the Howe Cup this year was all the people I met through email and then met in person at the event. I got a call a...

Pro-File: Simba Muhwati

Chief Squash Officer, StreetSquash When I first came to the U.S. in 2005, I could not believe how cold it was. The cars seemed so big. After arriving at Trinity, where I was headed for...

Local Call: May I Play Through?

Within the close confines of a squash court, physical contact between the players is inevitable. A good percentage of the time, it is incidental and has a negligible effect on play. A player should request a...

SPA-tlight: Sunny Hunt

Sunny Hunt, Director of Sunny Squash Miami (FL), Coach of University of Miami Squash Team Sunny Hunt is a former top PSA player and has won numerous titles including the Australian Championship. He runs a...

SPA-tlight: Adam Hamill

Last season, U.S. SQUASH introduced the Squash Professionals Affiliate Program (SPA). With this program, U.S. SQUASH will offer personal liability insurance coverage to qualified squash professionals for coaching, access to a pre-screened, preferred network of...

Countdown to Copenhagen

Frank van Loon, VP, WSF Squash is exactly one year away from a decision that could change the face of the sport forever. At its 121st session in Copenhagen in October 2009, the IOC will...