New Zealand’s World No.10 Joelle King pulled off a huge upset as she defeated third seed and defending champ Camille Serme (France) in the second round of the US$165,000 US Open to secure a quarter-final berth. Full story can be found here
By the time of receiving this Joelle's latest result will have been found!
From Kaitaia to Bluff, Gisborne to Hokitika and everywhere in between, there are 200 clubs, 1500 coaches and many more volunteers spread across the country who make up the New Zealand squash family. These passionate, dedicated and talented squash squash communities and people go above and beyond, constantly upskilling themselves and putting everyone else's squash before their own. It is time for us to say "THANK YOU!" Nominate here
This month we look at what happens when an object falls on the court, so what happens! Details here.
If you think you can nail that, then sit our free online referee exam here.
Squash New Zealand is pleased to announce the team of 4 to attend the 2017 World Men’s Team Championships to be held in Marseille, France from 27th November to 3rd December. Full details and where to follow the event here.
Our Masters Trans-Tasman Test team competed in Ballarat Australia in the Australian Masters Championships and the Trans-Tasman Test Series. Check out our results from the Australian Masters and the final Masters Trans-Tasman Test.
Squash New Zealand is pleased to have received confirmation from the World Squash Federation that 2 New Zealand referees have been appointed to the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games Squash Refereeing team for 2018. Check out the full story here.
It has been a month of exception National Events and the latest champions have been crowned. All the champions can be found below:
Follow up on Joelle's results in Macau here