Amanda Sobhy: US Star Opens up on 10-year Struggle with Eating Disorder

USA’s World No.3 Amanda Sobhy shares her personal story about her 10-year struggle with an eating disorder in this emotional interview. As part of the PSA Foundation’s recently launched health and wellness group, which sees players on the PSA Tour come together to support each other around mental wellbeing, Amanda has decided to share her […]

Squash Coaching Webinar Week

Take part in the upcoming week-long series of coaching webinars, featuring some of the top coaches from around the world. All sessions take place over Zoom & the webinar series has chosen to direct 100% of entry fees to the PSA Foundation. Info: Event postponed until 2022 – We are sorry for any inconvenience. €20 […]

The Future of Squash? Outdoor Squash Movement Gathers Momentum After World Squash Day Exhibitions

The global campaign for outdoor squash courts continues to grow after a hugely successful demonstration of the courts’ capabilities during last weekend’s World Squash Day was praised by some of squash’s top players. In Queens, New York, Egyptian World No.2 and former World Champion Mohamed ElShorbagy joined New Zealand’s Joelle King and Indian duo Joshna […]

PSA Foundation Launch Player Health and Wellness Programme

The PSA Foundation has launched a new health and wellness programme which brings together players to tackle the wellbeing challenges on Tour. Professional sport presents unique pressures for athletes and the aim for this programme is the players will spearhead a Tour wide effort to share struggles, advice, experiences and support each other. This initiative […]

Simply Squash Academy: Zambian Club Championing Women’s Squash

Simply Squash Academy is a Zambian squash club that boasts an impressive 60 percent female membership and 75 percent female coaching staff. This stands in stark contrast to a 2020 survey of 24 clubs in England, which revealed only 17 percent of players were female. We caught up with founder Mayase Mibenge about how the […]


It’s National Read A Book Day in the U.S. and to commemorate the occasion here’s a bagel of books about squash we can recommend! 1-0 The Book of Jonah, Jonah BarringtonJonah Barrington, a six-time British Open winner, known as “Mr. Squash,” is one of the most influential players in the history of the game. The Book of Jonah, Barrington’s […]

Squash in the Community – Manchester & British Open

The PSA Foundation has had a busy month introducing squash to the communities of both Manchester and Hull in the UK. For the Manchester Open, PSA World Tour Silver event, we placed ourselves in St Ann’s Square to showcase our great sport. Hundreds of children had their first introduction to squash with roughly 4,600 people […]

Club Spotlight: Hong Kong Football Club Squash Section

The Hong Kong Football Club (HKFC) Squash Section has been a loyal supporter of the PSA Foundation over the years. From donating significant amounts of squash clothing and equipment to our ReBound initiative, hosting international PSA events, holding fundraisers and now donating another HK$50,000 to the ‘We Are One Fund’. HKFC is a great example […]

Squash celebrates 1 year until Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games

On the 28th of July 2021, squash celebrated 1 year to go before the start of the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games. Alongside 11 other Commonwealth sports, the West Midlands communities came to Centenary Square for a day of sport and fun activities. Members of the public from a wide variety of backgrounds enjoyed having a […]

What Does it Mean to be an LGBT+ Squash Club

It’s great to see an international community that is joined together through a love for squash. In this instance a network of LGBT+ squash clubs that host competitive and social events across the globe (check out our previous article). We talk with Jonathan MacBride of Colinton Squashers and Alexander Jan of OutPlay Squash to find […]