Singapore Squash Rackets Association (SSRA)

Singapore Squash Open 06207 - News
While the men’s open was not a full-fledged PSA event this year, it was no short of excitement as a bevy of PSA professionals took part in a bid to take home the S$3,000 winner’s purse. It also gave the rare opportunity to many social players to share court space and rub shoulders with the professional athletes. Chinese Taipei’s undisputed number one player James Huang finally won the Tecnifibre Singapore Squash Open this year. He
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Singapore Squash Open 07706 - News
Malaysia’s former world number five Low Wee Wern was hardly troubled all week as she waltzed her way to her fifth title of the year at the Tecnifibre Singapore Squash Open 2018. Wee Wern, who only started playing competitively in July this year after a long 20-month injury break to nurse her knee, was a class above the field. Wee Wern’s win saw her ranking move five places to 47 in December, thus enabling her
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So what really is the story behind OncoCare and squash? It must’ve been a question some might have been asking. It’s not the most natural combination given that the Singapore Junior Open title sponsor is a private oncology centre. SGSquash caught up with Dr. Tay Miah Hiang, one of our nation’s finest oncologists and co-founder of OncoCare. What unravelled was a rather meaningful story of how our sport played a part in moulding him as
SSRA Events
Oncocare - News
Update as of 4 Dec Draws released > > For all categories, positions 25 onwards to play a best of 3. Matches are on a follow on basis. Once a match is done, the next match will be called to play. Walkover will be awarded 15 minutes after 1st call for players to be in court. Everyone is advised to come 30-45mins ahead of your match time. Update as of 15 Nov Seeding list released.
Junior Tournament, SSRA Events
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Squash, as many of us would know, is a game also known as the wall-bashing game. It is called that for an obvious reason, and over time, the eventually bashed up walls get into a pretty bad shape. Unknown to some, the court flooring is all sprung too and it is because of this, squash players are having less knee problems these days. Thanks to one of our loyal supporters, the walls and flooring at
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