(23 Jun) Squash shortlisted for Tokyo 2020

Asian Squash Federation warmly welcomed and delighted by Squash to be shortlisted as one of the eight sports announced by the Tokyo 2020 Organizing Committee yesterday, from which a final recommendation will be made to the International Olympic Committee for the addition to Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games in this September.

It is a remarkable moment for us with all the endeavors and efforts World Squash Federation, Japan Squash Association and all our squash enthusiasts in the world have been making on the Olympic Campaign. "We are glad to have the opportunity come once again to make Squash debut in the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games and be able to demonstrate some fascinating squash to the world." said Mr. David Mui, MH JP, President of Asian Squash Federation.

 

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(16 Jun) 28th Southeast Asian Games

The 28th Southeast Asian Games squash events was successfully concluded at Kallang Squash Centre, Singapore yesterday. CONGRATULATIONS again to Malaysi​a ​for winning both men's and women's team gold medals​ whereas jumbo double​s gold medal was clinched by the host Singapore's Marcus Phua and Vivian Rhamanan.

​In the team event, ​Malaysian women's team had defeated ​​third ​seed Indonesia ​in ​a straight game 2-0 ​at​ the final​ while the top seed Malaysian men's claimed another gold by winning against Singapore ​in 2-0.​ ​​Team event was followed by the jumbo doubles, a Singapore pair comprised of Marcus Phua and Vivian Rhamanan ​reigned ​the first ever squash Southeast Asian Games gold medal in the jumbo doubles ​by defeating Indonesia​'s​ Ade Furkon ​and​ Sandi A. Perdanato​ in 2-0​​.​​

Many congratulations to the following medalists for their outstanding performance at the Games:​ -​

Singles

Men's Gold - Sanjay Chal (MAS)

Men's Silver - Muhd Bahtiar (MAS)

Men's Bronze - Samuel Kang (SIN)​ & Bryan Koh (SIN)

Women's Gold - Rachel Arnold (MAS)

Women's Silver - Vanessa Gnanasigamani (MAS)

Women's Bronze - Jemyca Aribado (PHI)​ & Mao Shi Yuan (SIN)

Team

​Men's ​G​old – Malaysia

Men's​ S​ilver - Singapore

Men's Bronze - Indonesia​ & Philippines

Women's Gold – Malaysia

Women's Silver - Indonesia

Women's Bronze - Singapore​ &​ Thailand

Jumbo Doubles

​Gold - Marcus Phua & Vivian Rhamanan (SIN)

Silver - Ade Furkon & Sandi A. Perdanato (INA)

Bronze - Ricky Espinola & David Pelino (PHI), Phuwis Poonsiri & C. Tangjaitrong (THA)

 

(Photo by Pro Photog)

Photo on Upper Left: Men's Team Medallists

Photo on Lower Left: Women's Team Medallist

Photo on Upper Right: Jumbo Doubles Medallist

Photo on Lower Right: Marcus Phua & Vivian Rhamanan (SIN), Gold Medallist of Jumbo Doubles event

 

 

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(12 Jun) 28th Southeast Asian Games - Individual Gold Medals

CONGRATULATIONS to Sanjay Chal and Rachel Arnold from Malaysia who captured the Southeast Asian Games squash individual gold medal yesterday at Kallang Squash Centre, Singapore.

With a full house of audience and the presence of the ASF President Mr. David Mui, MH, JP, the men’s and women’s final went to all Malaysian matches. In women’s final, Rachel Arnold won the victory in 4 games after losing the first game to her teammate Vanessa Gnanasigamani. Right after in men’s final, 1st seed Sanjay Chal beat his compatriot Muhd Bahtiar in 3 straight games 11-7, 11-3, 12-10.

4 Bronze medals shared to Singaporean players Samuel Kang, Bryan Koh & Mao Shi Yuan and also Philippino player Jemyca Aribado.

Squash team events are ongoing now and jumbo doubles event will start on 14 Jun. For full schedules and results, please visit the Southeast Asian Games official website.

 

 

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(9 Jun) 13th Penang (Malaysian) Junior Open 2015 concluded

The 13th Penang (Malaysian) Junior Open 2015 was successfully concluded on last Saturday held in Panang, Malaysia. This AJSS Platinum Event attracted nearly 600 junior players competed in 10 categories.

Champions in all categories:

BU19 - Asim Khan Muhammad (PAK)
BU17 - Ong Sai Hung (MAS)
BU15 - Mostafa Assal (EGY)
BU13 - Kiven Shanmugam (MAS)
BU11 - Joachim Chuah (MAS) 

GU19 - Lee Andrea (MAS)
GU17 - Watanabe Satomi (JPN)
GU15 - Azman Aifa (MAS)
GU13 - Stefanoni Marina E. (USA)
GU11 - Azman Aira (MAS) 

Once again, CONGRATULATIONS to all winners. For full results, please click HERE 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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