Published: 01 Jan 2007 - 16:10 by adam_pberes
Updated: 05 Jan 2007 - 19:32
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I CAN see the need to wear protective eyewear - Squash balls could and will do alot of damage if they hit you in the eye... But why is it compulsory for juniors to be wearing eyewear and not Non-juniors(although they do in doubles)
The Chance of a Non-junior being hit in the eye is about the same as a junior( except that juniors like playing shots off the back wall, therefore increasing their chances of geeting hit in the eye ( I've seen lots of juniors hit themselves in the fron of the neck)
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