(27 Oct) Squash Pulse

The third issue of e-newsletter, SQUASH PULSE, for sharing the event highlights and joyful moments in the past few months, has been just released today. Just spend few minutes to enjoy our SQUASH PULSE to update yourself with more about squash in Asia!

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(9 Oct) Asian Junior Ranking Updates (Oct 2014)

The latest Asian Junior Ranking (October 2014) has been released. Congratulations to all Top 1 players and hope them keep up the good job in future!

BU19 - Kush Kumar (IND)
BU17 - Mohammad Alsarraj (JOR)
BU15 - Tushar Shahani (IND)
BU13 - Yash Fadte (IND)
BU11 - Pouya Shafeifard (IRN)

GU19 – Ho Tze Lok (HKG)
GU17 – Andrea Lee (MAS)
GU15 – Nur Aliah (MAS)
GU13 – Aifa Azman (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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(29 Sept) Asian Games Squash Event successfully end

CONGRATULATIONS to all Asian Games medallists at Incheon last week! Competed between 11 Asian Countries/Regions, all individual and team events have been successfully concluded.

In Men's single event, seed 5/8 Kuwaiti player Abdullah Almezayen beat the first seed Indian player Saurav Ghosal in five games 10-12, 2-11, 14-12, 11-8, 11-9 took his first Asian Games Gold medal home. Bronze medals went to Max Lee from Hong Kong, China and Ong Beng Hee from Malaysia.

Women's single final was an all Malaysian match. First seed Nicol David beat Indian Dipika Pallikal 3-0 in semi before she played against her teammate second seed Low Wee Wern. Nicol won 3-1 after having one game down claimed her fourth Asian Games gold medal. Annie Au from Hong Kong, China and Dipika Pallikal from India both winning a bronze medal.

In the last day of squash event, under the visual of full house audiences, the winning of Saurav Ghosal and Harinder Sandhu brought Indian Men Team their first ever Gold Medal in history beating Malaysia team 2-0 in final. Bronze medal teams went to Hong Kong, China and Kuwait.

Malaysia Women Team retained their Asian Games Gold medal. Consisting players Nicol David, Low Wee Wern, Delia Arnold and Vanessa Raj in team, Malaysia team won the final against India Team in 2 straight matches. India team took the Silver medal while Hong Kong, China and Korea shared the Bronze medals.

For full results, please click the Asian Games official website or download the draws from our website under Asian Games page.

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(11 Sept) ASF Level 1 Instructor Course

An ASF Level 1 Instructor Course is going to be held on 17 – 21 December 2014 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, organized by Squash Racquets Association of Malaysia (SRAM) and conducted by Major (R) S. Maniam.

For those who are interested in the course, please refer to the course general information and schedule for details. A completed entry form should be emailed to Jyoti Subramanian via courses.sram@gmail.com
on or before 30 November 2014.

 

General information

Course Schedule

Entry Form

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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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