(23 SEPT) UPDATES ON ASIAN JUNIOR TEAM CHAMPIONSHIPS

2022 Asian Junior Team Championships (Hong Kong, China) - CANCELLED
Due to strict quarantine requirements of Hong Kong in the last two years, the 20th Asian Junior Team Championships which were planned to be held in Hong Kong have been postponing. After thorough consideration and discussion, ASF's EXCO inevitably cancels the 20th Asian Junior Team Championships as the 21st Asian Junior Team Championships have already been confirmed to be held in early 2023.

2023 Asian Junior Team Championships (Chennai, India) 
Having discussed with the host Squash Rackets Federation of India, it is confirmed that the 21st Asian Junior Team Championships will be held 8 - 12 February 2023 in Chennai, India. Once the championships information and handbook are ready, we will send to all MNFs for action. We will also keep an eye on the pandemic situation if there's any unexpected development.

ASF EXCO thanks Hong Kong Squash for their support and also wish the 2023 Asian Junior Team Championships in India all the success.

 

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(21 JULY) NEW DATES FOR HANGZHOU ASIAN GAMES

 

Olympic Council of Asia (OCA) has announced that the 19th Asian Games will be held in Hangzhou from 23 September to 8 October 2023. For the details of the announcement, please visit OCA Official website.
The exact dates for the Asian Games Squash Event will be informed once they are confirmed.

 

 

 

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(20 JUL) HANGZHOU OLYMPIC SPORTS CENTRE SQUASH COURT HOSTS THE FIRST OFFICIAL SQUASH COMPETITION, HANGZHOU SQUASH CHAMPIONSHIPS

Hangzhou Squash Championships, co-organised by Hangzhou Squash Association and Hangzhou International EXPO Centre was held 2 – 3 July at Hangzhou Olympic Sports Centre Squash Court. It is the first official squash competition held at this centre, where the squash courts were specially built for the 19th Asian Games Hangzhou.

“The 4D Exhibition Hall of Hangzhou International EXPO Centre was made over into Hangzhou Olympic Sports Centre Squash Court, which will be used for the Squash Event of Hangzhou Asian Games. We are very happy to host the first squash competition in this newly built Squash Court,” said Ms. Tang Xue, General Manager of Hangzhou International EXPO Centre cum Secretary General of Hangzhou Olympic Sports Centre Squash Court, “the Championships besides serves the purpose of testing the venue and the courts, it also acts as a trial run to prepare the venue management team and competition organising team for a smooth running of the squash event in the coming Hangzhou Asian Games.”

With area of 9,504m2, Hangzhou Olympic Sports Centre Squash Court consists of 8 all-glass squash courts (1 Finals court that can accommodate 1,075 spectator seats, 3 doubles courts and 4 single courts), that are built by the ASF and WSF accredited CGG Sports Facilities Engineering Co., Ltd..

“I would like to congratulate Hangzhou Squash Association and Hangzhou International EXPO Centre on organising the successful championships at the state-of-the-art Hangzhou Olympic Sports Centre Squash Court. With the positive and encouraging feedbacks from the participants on the incredible venue and the management team, I have great confidence in a successful staging of the squash event in the coming Hangzhou Asian Games,” said Mr. David Mui, MH, JP, the ASF President.

Photo Caption: Hangzhou Squash Championships, the first official squash event held at Hangzhou Olympic Sports Centre Squash Court (the venue that will be used for the coming Hangzhou Asian Games).

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(8 JUL) 4th West Asian Championships 2022

The 4th West Asian Championships has concluded on 2 July in Tehran, Iran. Besides the host country, Kuwait, Qatar and Iraq also sent their best teams to participate in the event. Congratulations go to all the winners and the participating member nations. Thanks and congratulations would also go to Iran Squash Federation, who organised the event successfully.

Results of the Individual Championshp:

Winner: Abdullah Altamimi (Qatar)

1st Runner Up: Alireza Shameli (Iran)

2nd Runners Up: Ammar Alatamimi (Kuwait) & Amjad Azlan (Qatar)

Results of the Team Championshp:

Winner: Iran

1st Runner Up: Qatar

2nd Runner Up: Iraq

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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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