By Alex Wan After a hiatus of nearly a year, competitive squash is finally back on our shores! What better way to make a return than the MARIGOLD National Championships, the biggest and most prestigious local event on the Singapore squash calendar. Samuel Kang and Au Yeong Wai Yhann have both been expectedly given the top billing for the event. The pair, who won the title in 2018 and 2019, will now be vying for
November 12, 2020
12 November 2020 Update: Issue #3 is out! Get your digital copy with the instructional guide below. NEWS BRIEF Camille Serme is the cover star of 2020 Issue 3 – her expression summing up the joy and relief at the return of the PSA World Tour after an unprecedented six-month hiatus. Professional squash may have made a cautious comeback, but the sport remains in peril. In this issue, we launch an investigation into the ‘State
October 16, 2020
16th October 2020 NOTICE OF 2020 ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING Notice is hereby given for the 50th Annual General Meeting of Singapore Squash Rackets Association (SSRA) will be held ONLINE on Tuesday, 3rd November 2020, at 7.00 p.m. for the purpose of transacting the following business: Agenda President’s welcome address To approve and confirm the minutes of the 49th Annual General Meeting 2019 To approve and confirm the Annual report for the year ending 31st March
July 8, 2020
As announced by the Multi-Ministry Taskforce, Phase Two will commence on 19 June 2020. Squash facilities will commence operations with certain mandatory safety measures. The manual below, provides the safety management measures specifically for squash, to assist and offer guidance to all facility operators, administrators and coaches, in line with the Government’s general advisory for Sport and physical exercise and activity. If necessary, the guidelines will be reviewed from time to time, dependent on the
By Alex Wan At the end of last year’s SEA Games in Manila, a report card published by a major newspaper drew a lot of flak from both sports fans and athletes, including our very own in Singapore squash. Perhaps it was the manner it portrayed several sports that upset certain parties. Whether or not it was fair to do so, inevitably, in the sporting world, an athlete’s performance will always be measured against expectations.