(12 Sept) Asian topped the 9th World University Squash Championships 2016

Top seeds crowned the titles in the individual event. Yip Tsz Fung from Hong Kong, China, being the first HK men's player, won the champion title by beating Malaysian men's Ivan Yuen in a straight game while Low Wee Wern from Malaysia managed to down second seed Tong Tsz Wing from Hong Kong, China 3-1 and ended the decade old wait for gold for the hosts in the women individual event. Plus another Hong Kong men's player Wong Chi Him was awarded the men's singles bronze alongside the women's bronze medallist Malaysian Nazihah Hanis, Asian players had totally captured four medals out of six in the single's event. 

In the all-Asian team final, the host Malaysia crowned the mixed team title for the first time by prevailing the top seed Hong Kong, China in a dramatic final in 2-1, deciding by a very close 5-setters of men's second tie. Japan also secured a team bronze medal in Asian ​pocket. 

Cheers for the Asian Power and sincere congratulations to all the winners, coaching teams and the respective MNFs!


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(18 Aug) Pakistan reclaim World Junior Team Title in Poland


Big applause to Pakistan junior men's team comprised of Israr Ahmed, Ayaz Ahsan, Shoukat Abbas and Javed Mehran reclaiming the World Junior Title by ending the run of top seed Egypt in 2-1 after three successive defeats in the final over the past six years. 
Congratulations should also go to other three Asian junior men's teams, India, Hong Kong China and Jordan whom reached the Top 10 in the world by finishing the championships in the 6th, 9th and 10th place correspondingly.  

For more details, please visit the official event website: http://wsfworldjuniors.org/ 

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(17 Aug) 1st Asian School Squash Championship 2019

With our great pleasure to announce that Squash has been successfully adopted as one of the Asian School Events at the General Assembly of the Asian School Sport Federation held in Singapore last week. Hosted by Hong Kong Schools Sports Federation and with the support of Hong Kong Squash, the inaugural Championship would be taken place in Hong Kong in the Year 2019.

Squash is going to be featured at the Asian School Championships for the very first time, we strongly encourage all member nation federations to support this significant junior championship by showing your interest of participation to your respective National School Sport Federation.

With all your joint effort in promoting squash at Asian School level, we believed our beloved sport would be getting wider and wider practiced in the region.


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(12 Aug) Remarkably performance of Asian power shining in World Junior Championships

Huge congratulations to Malaysian top junior Ng Eain-yow crowning his first-ever title of World Junior Champion by defeating the top seed Egypt's Saadeldin Abouaish in 3-1 (11/3, 9/11, 11/7, 11/5) in Bielsko-Biala, Poland yesterday. Applause also go in order for the other two Asian medallists of this pinnacle event, Israr Ahmed from Pakistan and Sivasangari Subramaniam from Malaysia winning the bronze medal of the boys' and girls' event respectively. This extraordinary result proves that Asian junior players are definitely a strong force to be reckoned with on the world stage. We wish the Asian junior boys continuing to play well in the upcoming team event starting today. For more event details, please visit : http://wsfworldjuniors.org/ 

Once again, congratulations to Eain-yow, Israr, Sivasangari, their coaches and federations for these tremendous results achieved.


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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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