Squash Player Magazine New Issue - Farewell Raneem1 Sep 2020
The new issue of Squash Player Magazine is now available to read for all New Zealand Squash members. This months issue includes a special article 'Remembering Susie'. Some kind words from former WSF Chief Executive Ted Wallbutton, who recalls his time with his great friend and colleague Susie Simcock.
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The magazine has also complied a range of other stories as seen below by the Squash Player Magazine release:
Raneem el Welily is the cover star for our second issue of the year and esteemed squash writer Richard Eaton pays tribute to the popular 'Queen of Hearts' following the world No.1's unexpected recent retirement to start a family.
We're thrilled to bring you our Ossur Safe Squash Guide - an indispensable four-page pullout outlining practices and games you can play while maintaining social distancing. You'll also be able to download it as a PDF from the Squash Player website.
We speak to Gregory Gaultier about defying the doctors to make his incredible comeback from injury at the age of 37, hear from Greg Pearman as he leaves his position as RAC head coach after 30 years' service and James Zug unveils the stunning new headquarters of US Squash, a hi-tech 75,000 sq ft, 20-court facility in Philadelphia.
In a special feature, Rod Gilmour investigates the extent of the damage that coronavirus might wreak on the UK's squash clubs. Sadly he discovers many fearing for their future.
As players across the globe gradually return to the court, we've assembled a new gang of experts to improve your game, including coaches Jesse Engelbrecht, Ronny Vlassaks, Major Maniam, Andrew Cross, Michael Khan and Philip Marlowe. We also speak to Elite Squash supremo Hadrian Stiff who claims lockdown may have changed coaching forever - for the better.
Physio Phil Newton and fitness expert Gary Nisbet give practical tips on building strength as we gear up for a potential return to competitive squash, and our new columnist Gerry Gibson, AKA 'The Podfather', allows us behind the scenes of his popular In Squash podcast.