(6 May) 18th Asian Individual Championship successfully concluded

Congratulations to Nicol David (MAS) and Leo Au (HKG), newly Asian Champions who won their victory at the 18th Asian Individual Championship held in Kuwait yesterday.  

Women's final was the match between world No.1 Nicol David from Malaysia and 2013 Asian Champion Annie Au from Hong Kong China. Third seed defending Champion Annie Au beat Delia Arnold in semifinal before losing to Nicol David in 3 games 12-10, 11-7, 11-8 yesterday. 

4th seed Hong Kong player Leo Au beat Asian Games Champion Kuwaiti Abdullah Al-Mezayen in 3 games 11-7, 11-9, 13-11 became the second Hong Kong men's player captured the Champion in history. 

Special thanks to Kuwait Squash Federation for hosting the event successfully. The full draws can be viewed on the event page under "Major Events - Asian Championships".


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(24 Apr ) 18th Asian individual Championships

The 18th Asian Individual Championships 2015 will kick off soon at Kuwait from 1 - 5 May 2015. Over 70 top Asian players from 15 Asian countries are ready to fight for the Men's and Women's champions. The updated draws are now avaliable on our Asian Championships page.

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(14 Apr) ASF Awards 2014

Very delighted to inform you that we have received 27 nominations from 8 countries for 7 categories of the ASF Performance Awards and 15 nominations from 6 countries for 4 categories of the ASF Coaches Awards this year in total. 

Below are the list of awards recipients for the two awards proposed by the Selection Panel and endorsed by ManCom: -

ASF Performance Awards 2014

1) Dato Alex Lee Award – Outstanding Performance of the Year (Senior)

   a) Men : Abdullah Kh. Al-Mezayen (Kuwait)

   b) Women : Nicol David (Malaysia)

2) Hassan Musa Award – Outstanding Performance of the Year (Junior)

   a) Boy : Kush Kumar (India)

   b) Girl : Vanessa Raj Gnanasigamani (Malaysia)

3) ASF Award – Outstanding Team of the Year

   a) Men's Team : India Men's Team – Asian Games 2014

   b) Women's Team : Malaysia Women's World Team 2014

4) ASF Development Award – The Most Improved Team of the Year

   Pakistan Junior Squash Team

ASF Coaches Awards 2014

**1) Coach of the Year : Nasser Sayed Zahran (Kuwait) for Individual Event & Cyrus Poncha (India) for Team Event

2) Junior Coach of the Year : Leung Kan Fai Dick (Hong Kong, China)

3) Development Coach of the Year : Kang Ho Suck (Korea)

4) Coaches Certificate of Recognition : Ifrahim Gul (Malaysia), Shamsul Bahary Salleh (Malaysia)

**In view of the outstanding achievements of two coaches Nasser Sayed Zahran (Kuwait) and Cyrus Poncha (India) in the Asian Games 2014, this year the “Coach of the Year” is awarded to both of them but presenting in two separate categories – Nasser Sayed Zahran for Individual Event and Cyrus Poncha for Team Event, especially both coaches leading his team or player to win the first-ever gold medal in the most prestigious event in Asia.

Many congratulations to all the above award winners and special thanks to all the Selection Panel members. The awards will be presented at the forthcoming Asian Individual Championships 2015 held in May in Kuwait.


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(2 Apr) Asian Junior Ranking Updates (Feb 2015)

The latest Asian Junior Ranking (April 2015) has been released. Congratulations to all Top 1 players and hope them keep up the good job in future!

BU19 - Yuen Tsun Hei (HKG)
BU17 - Mohammad Alsarraj (JOR)
BU15 - Siow Yee Xian (MAS)
BU13 - Navaneeth Prabhu (IND)
BU11 - Huzaifa Ibrahim (PAK)

GU19 - Choi Uen Shan (HKG)
GU17 - Andrea Lee (MAS)
GU15 - Aifa Azman (MAS)
GU13 - Jessica Keng (MAS)
GU11 - Sehveetrraa Kumar (MAS)

For the full list of the ranking, please click to Asian Junior Ranking page for details.

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President's Foreword

I have great pleasure in welcoming all of you to this new website of the Asian Squash Federation. With the successes that our Member National Federations have achieved in the past many years, the ASF has become a very active....

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