Issue 3 of Squash Player, a bumper preview edition for the Allam British Open and Commonwealth Games, is now out, so please find attached a jpeg of the front cover for your website’s home page and a summary of its contents for your news page or internal section (this is listed below). Your members or visitors may like to receive the regular Squash Player newsletter. The relevant link to sign up for the newsletter is here.
———————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————-SQUASH PLAYER Issue 3 contents
– Berden is new WSA chief
– Dream Open draw for Lee
POINTS OF VIEW
– Lord hails influence of Matthew and Massaro
– ESR funding initiatives
– Squash on the beach!
MASSARO – MY STORY
– Laura Massaro talks about making squash history
– Pearson: a champion coach
– The sport’s eventful Commonwealth Games journey
– Glasgow Games factfile
– Could this be the best British Open ever?
– Alison Waters writes about her favourite event
– What’s in the Open village
OTHER FEATURES include:
– Stephen Line’s top shots
– Kate Mason’s TV debut
– Adrian Grant aims to inspire England’s youth
– James Willstrop’s tactics, practice and goals
– Allistair McCaw advises how to use your nerves
– Lee Drew discusses key coaching issues
– Peter Barker tells UK camps to follow the US model
– PSA World Tour
– ESR events
– Ian McKenzie’s personal view
MASSARO – MY STORY
Laura Massaro talks about what it has been like to become the first British woman to hold both the world and British Open titles at the same time in the latest edition of Squash Player magazine, which is out today.
In a wide-ranging interview by Richard Eaton, the 30-year-old Lancastrian explains how she has made history comparatively late in her career and who has helped her to her stunning double.
Massaro is of course one of the favourites for the Allam British Open and Issue 3 of Squash Player carries a comprehensive preview of the ‘Wimbledon of squash’, which starts on Monday in Hull.
Eaton asks if it could be the best British Open ever as he nominates seven possible challengers for the titles and British national champion Alison Waters writes exclusively what a first British Open title would mean to her.
There is also a detailed look at the forthcoming Commonwealth Games in Glasgow and squash’s journey in the multi-sport event.
Then in the Workshop section of the magazine, former world no.1 James Willstrop discusses tactics, practices and goals, and England high performance coach Lee Drew provides insights into key coaching issues in the sport.