In view of the current unstable situation of COVID-19 across various Asian countries, the ASF's EXCO decided to postpone the Asian Individual Championships, which is due to be held 25 - 29 August 2021 in Pakistan, to the later part of the year.

ASF and Pakistan Squash Federation (PSF) agreed that the dates for the Asian Individual Championships would be TENTATIVELY scheduled to 14 - 18 December 2021. Please note that the dates are subject to changes.
The tentative dates of the Asian Individual Championships in Pakistan are set after the World Men's Team Championships finish in Malaysia on 11 December 2021. The ASF's EXCO hopes that the two back-to-back major championships would allow members nation to send players to both events.
We appreciate the support of PSF and we will continuously monitor the situation and communicate with them.


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Due to the pandemic situation in Malaysia and in the region, Squash Racquets Association of Malaysia (SRAM) would postpone the 20th Asian Team Championships, which is due to be held 17 - 21 August 2021, to the later part of the year.

The ASF's EXCO understands their decision and appreciates the enthusiasm of SRAM. After the discussion, it was agreed that the dates for the 20th Asian Team Championships would be TENTATIVELY scheduled to 16 - 20 November 2021. Please note that the dates are subject to changes.
We will continuously monitor the situation and communicate with SRAM.

Please stay tuned for any updates.


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(27 APR) Squash Pulse Issue 16

The newest edition of the ASF bi-annual e-newsletter SQUASH PULSE is released today. Some highlights for this issue include:

- 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games - Inclusion of Mixed Doubles

- Tentative dates of 2021 Asian Championships

Relax and hope you enjoy reading our latest Squash Pulse. 


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Asian Squash Federation received the official confirmation from The 19th Asian Games Hangzhou 2022 Organising Committee that Mixed Doubles will be added as one of the squash events in next year’s Asian Games in Hangzhou, China. Other four squash events include Men’s and Women’s Singles and Teams.

Mr. David Mui MH JP, the ASF’s President expressed his sincere appreciation to various parties, who make this happen, “I would like to thank the support of The Olympic Council of Asia (OCA) and the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games Organising Committee.”
For the successful inclusion of Mixed Doubles into the 2022 Asian Games Squash Event, the ASF’s Patron Mr. N. Ramachandran also played a significant part. “I would also like to give my thanks to Mr. N. Ramachandran for his tremendous assistance and support,” added Mr. Mui, “this is a great news for the Asian squash community, who longs for more medals opportunity in the Asian Games. Besides, it is also an important step for increasing the status of the sport in the world. We, the squash community, are grateful for Mr. N. Ramachandran’s dedication and contribution to the sport in both Asia and the world over the years.”
Mr. Mui continued, “Having 2 men's & 2 women's players in a bigger squash court for the Doubles will allow more interaction between players in different gender and excitement, which arouses more fun to the game and to the spectators,” said Mr. Mui, “thus, I believe it will be a good show.”
Squash was first introduced into the Asian Games in 1998 in Bangkok. There were only two events: Men’s and Women’s Singles. In 2010 Guangzhou Asian Games, Men’s and Women’s Teams Events were added. After another twelve years, in 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games, Mixed Doubles will be included as a new event. Squash events in Hangzhou Asian Games will be held 13 -22 September 2022.

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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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