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Looking for squash partner in Bahrain

Published: 30 Sep 2014 - 14:25 by jaafarjawad

Updated: 22 Dec 2016 - 19:10

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Hello,
I am looking for a Squash partner ( Entry Level) to play squash as a hobby.
Nothing pro or serious involved. just a good game for exercise 2 or 3 times a week


Please text or whatsupp anytime

Place: Hamala (Batelco Court)
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From BronwenJones - 22 Dec 2016 - 19:10

Click Below for Attached Images

Great effort WISPA !

See this grip

Squash Cannon

Court Scenario FL Drop

Keep away from the side and back wall to return service

Adrian Grant (ENG) balanced and ready to take off

Dan Jenson and Craig Rowland - Caboolture Open 06

Natallie in flight for the volley

Zac Alexander (AU No. 2 U/19) and Anthony Ricketts

Shabana overhead volley backswing

Olli at Swedish Open - Needs plenty of room

Olli at Swedish Open - Needs plenty of room

Alistair Walker

Wheel chair fitness incredible

The high elbow closes the racket face - not desirable

Won British Open 1975

Geoff Hunt at age 31 had won 5 World Titles

If it is safe, take advantage of the situation - a boast would be perfect in this example

Drive & Boast - striving to angle the ball towards the nick area

Firstly try to master the correct grip

A shorter lever makes the racket feel like an extension of the hand

Solo practice grooves in the grip and swing

Serve stance and angle of ball toss

Strive to get the balls to land in the corners

Leave plenty of room to swing, leaving room between the body and the side wall

Eyewear helps prevent eye injuries

This routine will help develop shot variation

Dan Jenson Backhand Preparation

Kasey Brown - Racket face is open

David Palmer Forehand Footwork - eyes looking upwards

Gough - Irish Open, Dublin

Softly lift the Lob Serve high onto the front wall

jetbounce

Blue Star

2 Days After Injury A

Womens Final Racket Spin

"Ready" position

Open the racket face

Lob/Toss technique

Volley technique

Adrian Grant's forehand

Not the best FH Preparation

Lob Serve showing the trajectory of the ball

Backhand Parallel Wall Drive

Backhand Serve from the Right Hand Box

Closed racket is not a good idea in the back of the court

The bags were bigger than some of the players!

Zac during the warm-up

Shoulder to the target

James Willstrop backhand racket preparation

Clear the ball or take the penalty

How to practice the kill shot

Back court footwork for a down the line shot

Palmer - Backhand Overhead Volley

Gaultier preparing for a powerful shot

Lincou - Low Forehand down the line

Palmer and Lincou at 13-all

Court construction Argentina Masters 09

Ken;Keith;Heather;Jean - Icons from the Archives of Squash

The two wall boast should die in the nick

Bend the knees, firm wrist, control the racket face

Start the swing with an open face so that the contact point is still open

The V formed by the thumb & forefinger points to the left shoulder

Consistent preparation

On your toes - knees flexed, as the opponent is ready to strike the ball

Keep your eye on the ball at all times

Early Preparation & Feet positioning

Change the pace and direction of the ball

On your toes - Watch the ball

Always try to get in position before the opponent strikes the ball

Back from Europe

Final Day Australian Junior Age 2007

Hall of Fame inductees from left, Ken Hiscoe, Sarah FitzGerald, Geoff Hunt, Heather MacKay, Michelle

Bend the knees/get down under the ball for the back court lob.

A good shot of the racket head and forearm just PRIOR to pronation.

The open stance provides greater margin for error in positioning and strokeplay

Get down low and get the racket under the ball for an effective lob/toss.

Don't play the Ref

Correct Grip will help produce consistency.

Keep the racket horizontal and bend the knees

Attempt to take the ball early - on the volley if possible.

Early preparation gives the best shot options

A lob from mid court is a good way to get the ball to length and have time to recover to the T.

Volleying will enable you to stay at the T

A high lob serve is effective as the ball "drops" on the receiver

Skipping will increase speed

Stroke to the incoming striker

Navel withdrawl is NOT making every effort

Warm up with a range of general and specific activities

Fig 1. Typical back corner position

This is the age to start hitting a ball

Compare IanMaurice;GeoffHunt&HonMember RodKemp

My Lower Back and Glute Stretch

Sore foot – regular squash player problem?

Sore foot – is it regular squash player problem?

Innersoles for Shoes

Correct Squash Grip

Inner Sole with small build up under the arch of left foot

Check the grip size

Grafton Squash Courts

Lower Back Stretch

Rhonda & Marion inducted into Qld Hall of Fame

Tall squash players?

Norman Fry & Alex Strachan at Squash Aust Awards night

Australian Open court

Mojo after a long walk.

raystrach in a rare moment of happiness - despite the obvious handicap

How many bouces allowed from rebounds?!

The Wilson nTour nCode

Test picture

A black eye is better than no eye

Is he still a competitive player?

Sarah FitzGerald (AU) & Paul Walters (iSquash Media

2 Days After Injury B

A Lob can take the pressure off the play allowing more time

Mens Final

Strive to angle the ball so it travels towards the nick area

Courrts specifically constructed for the Masters Argentina

Different Backhand

Shape to play the forehand drive - swing with a side-arm throwing action

Fig 2. Top view of position

Look at this as a contrast - This is how to do it!

Note the rotation of the forearm after striking

Champions come in all sizes. Vicki Hoffman is dwarfed by Perry Crosswaite, formar Australian Basketb

Ricketts approaching a Backhand shot, and looking like a closed stance at this stage, and with one m

Darwish Forehand follow through against ElHindi

Prevention is better than cure

Good length should land in the back corner

second pic - sole

Balls that land near the walls and corners are harder to return

Mens Presentation

Demountable courts constructed back to back Argentina Masters

Donna talking with Geoff Hunt

Chris Gordon USA Digging out a low Backhand

Fig 3. Boast from the same position

Women's Final

Backhand swing preparation

0/35 Mens Final

Fig 4. A change of angle ruins the shot

Palmer retrieves a low forehand down the line

Keith receiving O60's trophy Argentina Masters 09

Fig 5. The red feet and swing will take the ball to the front wall on the boast

Back to top

From BronwenJones - 22 Dec 2016 - 19:10

Click Below for Attached Images

Great effort WISPA !

See this grip

Squash Cannon

Court Scenario FL Drop

Keep away from the side and back wall to return service

Adrian Grant (ENG) balanced and ready to take off

Dan Jenson and Craig Rowland - Caboolture Open 06

Natallie in flight for the volley

Zac Alexander (AU No. 2 U/19) and Anthony Ricketts

Shabana overhead volley backswing

Olli at Swedish Open - Needs plenty of room

Olli at Swedish Open - Needs plenty of room

Alistair Walker

Wheel chair fitness incredible

The high elbow closes the racket face - not desirable

Won British Open 1975

Geoff Hunt at age 31 had won 5 World Titles

If it is safe, take advantage of the situation - a boast would be perfect in this example

Drive & Boast - striving to angle the ball towards the nick area

Firstly try to master the correct grip

A shorter lever makes the racket feel like an extension of the hand

Solo practice grooves in the grip and swing

Serve stance and angle of ball toss

Strive to get the balls to land in the corners

Leave plenty of room to swing, leaving room between the body and the side wall

Eyewear helps prevent eye injuries

This routine will help develop shot variation

Dan Jenson Backhand Preparation

Kasey Brown - Racket face is open

David Palmer Forehand Footwork - eyes looking upwards

Gough - Irish Open, Dublin

Softly lift the Lob Serve high onto the front wall

jetbounce

Blue Star

2 Days After Injury A

Womens Final Racket Spin

"Ready" position

Open the racket face

Lob/Toss technique

Volley technique

Adrian Grant's forehand

Not the best FH Preparation

Lob Serve showing the trajectory of the ball

Backhand Parallel Wall Drive

Backhand Serve from the Right Hand Box

Closed racket is not a good idea in the back of the court

The bags were bigger than some of the players!

Zac during the warm-up

Shoulder to the target

James Willstrop backhand racket preparation

Clear the ball or take the penalty

How to practice the kill shot

Back court footwork for a down the line shot

Palmer - Backhand Overhead Volley

Gaultier preparing for a powerful shot

Lincou - Low Forehand down the line

Palmer and Lincou at 13-all

Court construction Argentina Masters 09

Ken;Keith;Heather;Jean - Icons from the Archives of Squash

The two wall boast should die in the nick

Bend the knees, firm wrist, control the racket face

Start the swing with an open face so that the contact point is still open

The V formed by the thumb & forefinger points to the left shoulder

Consistent preparation

On your toes - knees flexed, as the opponent is ready to strike the ball

Keep your eye on the ball at all times

Early Preparation & Feet positioning

Change the pace and direction of the ball

On your toes - Watch the ball

Always try to get in position before the opponent strikes the ball

Back from Europe

Final Day Australian Junior Age 2007

Hall of Fame inductees from left, Ken Hiscoe, Sarah FitzGerald, Geoff Hunt, Heather MacKay, Michelle

Bend the knees/get down under the ball for the back court lob.

A good shot of the racket head and forearm just PRIOR to pronation.

The open stance provides greater margin for error in positioning and strokeplay

Get down low and get the racket under the ball for an effective lob/toss.

Don't play the Ref

Correct Grip will help produce consistency.

Keep the racket horizontal and bend the knees

Attempt to take the ball early - on the volley if possible.

Early preparation gives the best shot options

A lob from mid court is a good way to get the ball to length and have time to recover to the T.

Volleying will enable you to stay at the T

A high lob serve is effective as the ball "drops" on the receiver

Skipping will increase speed

Stroke to the incoming striker

Navel withdrawl is NOT making every effort

Warm up with a range of general and specific activities

Fig 1. Typical back corner position

This is the age to start hitting a ball

Compare IanMaurice;GeoffHunt&HonMember RodKemp

My Lower Back and Glute Stretch

Sore foot – regular squash player problem?

Sore foot – is it regular squash player problem?

Innersoles for Shoes

Correct Squash Grip

Inner Sole with small build up under the arch of left foot

Check the grip size

Grafton Squash Courts

Lower Back Stretch

Rhonda & Marion inducted into Qld Hall of Fame

Tall squash players?

Norman Fry & Alex Strachan at Squash Aust Awards night

Australian Open court

Mojo after a long walk.

raystrach in a rare moment of happiness - despite the obvious handicap

How many bouces allowed from rebounds?!

The Wilson nTour nCode

Test picture

A black eye is better than no eye

Is he still a competitive player?

Sarah FitzGerald (AU) & Paul Walters (iSquash Media

2 Days After Injury B

A Lob can take the pressure off the play allowing more time

Mens Final

Strive to angle the ball so it travels towards the nick area

Courrts specifically constructed for the Masters Argentina

Different Backhand

Shape to play the forehand drive - swing with a side-arm throwing action

Fig 2. Top view of position

Look at this as a contrast - This is how to do it!

Note the rotation of the forearm after striking

Champions come in all sizes. Vicki Hoffman is dwarfed by Perry Crosswaite, formar Australian Basketb

Ricketts approaching a Backhand shot, and looking like a closed stance at this stage, and with one m

Darwish Forehand follow through against ElHindi

Prevention is better than cure

Good length should land in the back corner

second pic - sole

Balls that land near the walls and corners are harder to return

Mens Presentation

Demountable courts constructed back to back Argentina Masters

Donna talking with Geoff Hunt

Chris Gordon USA Digging out a low Backhand

Fig 3. Boast from the same position

Women's Final

Backhand swing preparation

0/35 Mens Final

Fig 4. A change of angle ruins the shot

Palmer retrieves a low forehand down the line

Keith receiving O60's trophy Argentina Masters 09

Fig 5. The red feet and swing will take the ball to the front wall on the boast

Back to top

From BronwenJones - 22 Dec 2016 - 19:10

Click Below for Attached Images

Great effort WISPA !

See this grip

Squash Cannon

Court Scenario FL Drop

Keep away from the side and back wall to return service

Adrian Grant (ENG) balanced and ready to take off

Dan Jenson and Craig Rowland - Caboolture Open 06

Natallie in flight for the volley

Zac Alexander (AU No. 2 U/19) and Anthony Ricketts

Shabana overhead volley backswing

Olli at Swedish Open - Needs plenty of room

Olli at Swedish Open - Needs plenty of room

Alistair Walker

Wheel chair fitness incredible

The high elbow closes the racket face - not desirable

Won British Open 1975

Geoff Hunt at age 31 had won 5 World Titles

If it is safe, take advantage of the situation - a boast would be perfect in this example

Drive & Boast - striving to angle the ball towards the nick area

Firstly try to master the correct grip

A shorter lever makes the racket feel like an extension of the hand

Solo practice grooves in the grip and swing

Serve stance and angle of ball toss

Strive to get the balls to land in the corners

Leave plenty of room to swing, leaving room between the body and the side wall

Eyewear helps prevent eye injuries

This routine will help develop shot variation

Dan Jenson Backhand Preparation

Kasey Brown - Racket face is open

David Palmer Forehand Footwork - eyes looking upwards

Gough - Irish Open, Dublin

Softly lift the Lob Serve high onto the front wall

jetbounce

Blue Star

2 Days After Injury A

Womens Final Racket Spin

"Ready" position

Open the racket face

Lob/Toss technique

Volley technique

Adrian Grant's forehand

Not the best FH Preparation

Lob Serve showing the trajectory of the ball

Backhand Parallel Wall Drive

Backhand Serve from the Right Hand Box

Closed racket is not a good idea in the back of the court

The bags were bigger than some of the players!

Zac during the warm-up

Shoulder to the target

James Willstrop backhand racket preparation

Clear the ball or take the penalty

How to practice the kill shot

Back court footwork for a down the line shot

Palmer - Backhand Overhead Volley

Gaultier preparing for a powerful shot

Lincou - Low Forehand down the line

Palmer and Lincou at 13-all

Court construction Argentina Masters 09

Ken;Keith;Heather;Jean - Icons from the Archives of Squash

The two wall boast should die in the nick

Bend the knees, firm wrist, control the racket face

Start the swing with an open face so that the contact point is still open

The V formed by the thumb & forefinger points to the left shoulder

Consistent preparation

On your toes - knees flexed, as the opponent is ready to strike the ball

Keep your eye on the ball at all times

Early Preparation & Feet positioning

Change the pace and direction of the ball

On your toes - Watch the ball

Always try to get in position before the opponent strikes the ball

Back from Europe

Final Day Australian Junior Age 2007

Hall of Fame inductees from left, Ken Hiscoe, Sarah FitzGerald, Geoff Hunt, Heather MacKay, Michelle

Bend the knees/get down under the ball for the back court lob.

A good shot of the racket head and forearm just PRIOR to pronation.

The open stance provides greater margin for error in positioning and strokeplay

Get down low and get the racket under the ball for an effective lob/toss.

Don't play the Ref

Correct Grip will help produce consistency.

Keep the racket horizontal and bend the knees

Attempt to take the ball early - on the volley if possible.

Early preparation gives the best shot options

A lob from mid court is a good way to get the ball to length and have time to recover to the T.

Volleying will enable you to stay at the T

A high lob serve is effective as the ball "drops" on the receiver

Skipping will increase speed

Stroke to the incoming striker

Navel withdrawl is NOT making every effort

Warm up with a range of general and specific activities

Fig 1. Typical back corner position

This is the age to start hitting a ball

Compare IanMaurice;GeoffHunt&HonMember RodKemp

My Lower Back and Glute Stretch

Sore foot – regular squash player problem?

Sore foot – is it regular squash player problem?

Innersoles for Shoes

Correct Squash Grip

Inner Sole with small build up under the arch of left foot

Check the grip size

Grafton Squash Courts

Lower Back Stretch

Rhonda & Marion inducted into Qld Hall of Fame

Tall squash players?

Norman Fry & Alex Strachan at Squash Aust Awards night

Australian Open court

Mojo after a long walk.

raystrach in a rare moment of happiness - despite the obvious handicap

How many bouces allowed from rebounds?!

The Wilson nTour nCode

Test picture

A black eye is better than no eye

Is he still a competitive player?

Sarah FitzGerald (AU) & Paul Walters (iSquash Media

2 Days After Injury B

A Lob can take the pressure off the play allowing more time

Mens Final

Strive to angle the ball so it travels towards the nick area

Courrts specifically constructed for the Masters Argentina

Different Backhand

Shape to play the forehand drive - swing with a side-arm throwing action

Fig 2. Top view of position

Look at this as a contrast - This is how to do it!

Note the rotation of the forearm after striking

Champions come in all sizes. Vicki Hoffman is dwarfed by Perry Crosswaite, formar Australian Basketb

Ricketts approaching a Backhand shot, and looking like a closed stance at this stage, and with one m

Darwish Forehand follow through against ElHindi

Prevention is better than cure

Good length should land in the back corner

second pic - sole

Balls that land near the walls and corners are harder to return

Mens Presentation

Demountable courts constructed back to back Argentina Masters

Donna talking with Geoff Hunt

Chris Gordon USA Digging out a low Backhand

Fig 3. Boast from the same position

Women's Final

Backhand swing preparation

0/35 Mens Final

Fig 4. A change of angle ruins the shot

Palmer retrieves a low forehand down the line

Keith receiving O60's trophy Argentina Masters 09

Fig 5. The red feet and swing will take the ball to the front wall on the boast

Back to top

From BronwenJones - 22 Dec 2016 - 19:10

Click Below for Attached Images

Great effort WISPA !

See this grip

Squash Cannon

Court Scenario FL Drop

Keep away from the side and back wall to return service

Adrian Grant (ENG) balanced and ready to take off

Dan Jenson and Craig Rowland - Caboolture Open 06

Natallie in flight for the volley

Zac Alexander (AU No. 2 U/19) and Anthony Ricketts

Shabana overhead volley backswing

Olli at Swedish Open - Needs plenty of room

Olli at Swedish Open - Needs plenty of room

Alistair Walker

Wheel chair fitness incredible

The high elbow closes the racket face - not desirable

Won British Open 1975

Geoff Hunt at age 31 had won 5 World Titles

If it is safe, take advantage of the situation - a boast would be perfect in this example

Drive & Boast - striving to angle the ball towards the nick area

Firstly try to master the correct grip

A shorter lever makes the racket feel like an extension of the hand

Solo practice grooves in the grip and swing

Serve stance and angle of ball toss

Strive to get the balls to land in the corners

Leave plenty of room to swing, leaving room between the body and the side wall

Eyewear helps prevent eye injuries

This routine will help develop shot variation

Dan Jenson Backhand Preparation

Kasey Brown - Racket face is open

David Palmer Forehand Footwork - eyes looking upwards

Gough - Irish Open, Dublin

Softly lift the Lob Serve high onto the front wall

jetbounce

Blue Star

2 Days After Injury A

Womens Final Racket Spin

"Ready" position

Open the racket face

Lob/Toss technique

Volley technique

Adrian Grant's forehand

Not the best FH Preparation

Lob Serve showing the trajectory of the ball

Backhand Parallel Wall Drive

Backhand Serve from the Right Hand Box

Closed racket is not a good idea in the back of the court

The bags were bigger than some of the players!

Zac during the warm-up

Shoulder to the target

James Willstrop backhand racket preparation

Clear the ball or take the penalty

How to practice the kill shot

Back court footwork for a down the line shot

Palmer - Backhand Overhead Volley

Gaultier preparing for a powerful shot

Lincou - Low Forehand down the line

Palmer and Lincou at 13-all

Court construction Argentina Masters 09

Ken;Keith;Heather;Jean - Icons from the Archives of Squash

The two wall boast should die in the nick

Bend the knees, firm wrist, control the racket face

Start the swing with an open face so that the contact point is still open

The V formed by the thumb & forefinger points to the left shoulder

Consistent preparation

On your toes - knees flexed, as the opponent is ready to strike the ball

Keep your eye on the ball at all times

Early Preparation & Feet positioning

Change the pace and direction of the ball

On your toes - Watch the ball

Always try to get in position before the opponent strikes the ball

Back from Europe

Final Day Australian Junior Age 2007

Hall of Fame inductees from left, Ken Hiscoe, Sarah FitzGerald, Geoff Hunt, Heather MacKay, Michelle

Bend the knees/get down under the ball for the back court lob.

A good shot of the racket head and forearm just PRIOR to pronation.

The open stance provides greater margin for error in positioning and strokeplay

Get down low and get the racket under the ball for an effective lob/toss.

Don't play the Ref

Correct Grip will help produce consistency.

Keep the racket horizontal and bend the knees

Attempt to take the ball early - on the volley if possible.

Early preparation gives the best shot options

A lob from mid court is a good way to get the ball to length and have time to recover to the T.

Volleying will enable you to stay at the T

A high lob serve is effective as the ball "drops" on the receiver

Skipping will increase speed

Stroke to the incoming striker

Navel withdrawl is NOT making every effort

Warm up with a range of general and specific activities

Fig 1. Typical back corner position

This is the age to start hitting a ball

Compare IanMaurice;GeoffHunt&HonMember RodKemp

My Lower Back and Glute Stretch

Sore foot – regular squash player problem?

Sore foot – is it regular squash player problem?

Innersoles for Shoes

Correct Squash Grip

Inner Sole with small build up under the arch of left foot

Check the grip size

Grafton Squash Courts

Lower Back Stretch

Rhonda & Marion inducted into Qld Hall of Fame

Tall squash players?

Norman Fry & Alex Strachan at Squash Aust Awards night

Australian Open court

Mojo after a long walk.

raystrach in a rare moment of happiness - despite the obvious handicap

How many bouces allowed from rebounds?!

The Wilson nTour nCode

Test picture

A black eye is better than no eye

Is he still a competitive player?

Sarah FitzGerald (AU) & Paul Walters (iSquash Media

2 Days After Injury B

A Lob can take the pressure off the play allowing more time

Mens Final

Strive to angle the ball so it travels towards the nick area

Courrts specifically constructed for the Masters Argentina

Different Backhand

Shape to play the forehand drive - swing with a side-arm throwing action

Fig 2. Top view of position

Look at this as a contrast - This is how to do it!

Note the rotation of the forearm after striking

Champions come in all sizes. Vicki Hoffman is dwarfed by Perry Crosswaite, formar Australian Basketb

Ricketts approaching a Backhand shot, and looking like a closed stance at this stage, and with one m

Darwish Forehand follow through against ElHindi

Prevention is better than cure

Good length should land in the back corner

second pic - sole

Balls that land near the walls and corners are harder to return

Mens Presentation

Demountable courts constructed back to back Argentina Masters

Donna talking with Geoff Hunt

Chris Gordon USA Digging out a low Backhand

Fig 3. Boast from the same position

Women's Final

Backhand swing preparation

0/35 Mens Final

Fig 4. A change of angle ruins the shot

Palmer retrieves a low forehand down the line

Keith receiving O60's trophy Argentina Masters 09

Fig 5. The red feet and swing will take the ball to the front wall on the boast

Back to top

From BronwenJones - 22 Dec 2016 - 19:10

Click Below for Attached Images

Great effort WISPA !

See this grip

Squash Cannon

Court Scenario FL Drop

Keep away from the side and back wall to return service

Adrian Grant (ENG) balanced and ready to take off

Dan Jenson and Craig Rowland - Caboolture Open 06

Natallie in flight for the volley

Zac Alexander (AU No. 2 U/19) and Anthony Ricketts

Shabana overhead volley backswing

Olli at Swedish Open - Needs plenty of room

Olli at Swedish Open - Needs plenty of room

Alistair Walker

Wheel chair fitness incredible

The high elbow closes the racket face - not desirable

Won British Open 1975

Geoff Hunt at age 31 had won 5 World Titles

If it is safe, take advantage of the situation - a boast would be perfect in this example

Drive & Boast - striving to angle the ball towards the nick area

Firstly try to master the correct grip

A shorter lever makes the racket feel like an extension of the hand

Solo practice grooves in the grip and swing

Serve stance and angle of ball toss

Strive to get the balls to land in the corners

Leave plenty of room to swing, leaving room between the body and the side wall

Eyewear helps prevent eye injuries

This routine will help develop shot variation

Dan Jenson Backhand Preparation

Kasey Brown - Racket face is open

David Palmer Forehand Footwork - eyes looking upwards

Gough - Irish Open, Dublin

Softly lift the Lob Serve high onto the front wall

jetbounce

Blue Star

2 Days After Injury A

Womens Final Racket Spin

"Ready" position

Open the racket face

Lob/Toss technique

Volley technique

Adrian Grant's forehand

Not the best FH Preparation

Lob Serve showing the trajectory of the ball

Backhand Parallel Wall Drive

Backhand Serve from the Right Hand Box

Closed racket is not a good idea in the back of the court

The bags were bigger than some of the players!

Zac during the warm-up

Shoulder to the target

James Willstrop backhand racket preparation

Clear the ball or take the penalty

How to practice the kill shot

Back court footwork for a down the line shot

Palmer - Backhand Overhead Volley

Gaultier preparing for a powerful shot

Lincou - Low Forehand down the line

Palmer and Lincou at 13-all

Court construction Argentina Masters 09

Ken;Keith;Heather;Jean - Icons from the Archives of Squash

The two wall boast should die in the nick

Bend the knees, firm wrist, control the racket face

Start the swing with an open face so that the contact point is still open

The V formed by the thumb & forefinger points to the left shoulder

Consistent preparation

On your toes - knees flexed, as the opponent is ready to strike the ball

Keep your eye on the ball at all times

Early Preparation & Feet positioning

Change the pace and direction of the ball

On your toes - Watch the ball

Always try to get in position before the opponent strikes the ball

Back from Europe

Final Day Australian Junior Age 2007

Hall of Fame inductees from left, Ken Hiscoe, Sarah FitzGerald, Geoff Hunt, Heather MacKay, Michelle

Bend the knees/get down under the ball for the back court lob.

A good shot of the racket head and forearm just PRIOR to pronation.

The open stance provides greater margin for error in positioning and strokeplay

Get down low and get the racket under the ball for an effective lob/toss.

Don't play the Ref

Correct Grip will help produce consistency.

Keep the racket horizontal and bend the knees

Attempt to take the ball early - on the volley if possible.

Early preparation gives the best shot options

A lob from mid court is a good way to get the ball to length and have time to recover to the T.

Volleying will enable you to stay at the T

A high lob serve is effective as the ball "drops" on the receiver

Skipping will increase speed

Stroke to the incoming striker

Navel withdrawl is NOT making every effort

Warm up with a range of general and specific activities

Fig 1. Typical back corner position

This is the age to start hitting a ball

Compare IanMaurice;GeoffHunt&HonMember RodKemp

My Lower Back and Glute Stretch

Sore foot – regular squash player problem?

Sore foot – is it regular squash player problem?

Innersoles for Shoes

Correct Squash Grip

Inner Sole with small build up under the arch of left foot

Check the grip size

Grafton Squash Courts

Lower Back Stretch

Rhonda & Marion inducted into Qld Hall of Fame

Tall squash players?

Norman Fry & Alex Strachan at Squash Aust Awards night

Australian Open court

Mojo after a long walk.

raystrach in a rare moment of happiness - despite the obvious handicap

How many bouces allowed from rebounds?!

The Wilson nTour nCode

Test picture

A black eye is better than no eye

Is he still a competitive player?

Sarah FitzGerald (AU) & Paul Walters (iSquash Media

2 Days After Injury B

A Lob can take the pressure off the play allowing more time

Mens Final

Strive to angle the ball so it travels towards the nick area

Courrts specifically constructed for the Masters Argentina

Different Backhand

Shape to play the forehand drive - swing with a side-arm throwing action

Fig 2. Top view of position

Look at this as a contrast - This is how to do it!

Note the rotation of the forearm after striking

Champions come in all sizes. Vicki Hoffman is dwarfed by Perry Crosswaite, formar Australian Basketb

Ricketts approaching a Backhand shot, and looking like a closed stance at this stage, and with one m

Darwish Forehand follow through against ElHindi

Prevention is better than cure

Good length should land in the back corner

second pic - sole

Balls that land near the walls and corners are harder to return

Mens Presentation

Demountable courts constructed back to back Argentina Masters

Donna talking with Geoff Hunt

Chris Gordon USA Digging out a low Backhand

Fig 3. Boast from the same position

Women's Final

Backhand swing preparation

0/35 Mens Final

Fig 4. A change of angle ruins the shot

Palmer retrieves a low forehand down the line

Keith receiving O60's trophy Argentina Masters 09

Fig 5. The red feet and swing will take the ball to the front wall on the boast

Back to top

From BronwenJones - 22 Dec 2016 - 19:10

Click Below for Attached Images

Great effort WISPA !

See this grip

Squash Cannon

Court Scenario FL Drop

Keep away from the side and back wall to return service

Adrian Grant (ENG) balanced and ready to take off

Dan Jenson and Craig Rowland - Caboolture Open 06

Natallie in flight for the volley

Zac Alexander (AU No. 2 U/19) and Anthony Ricketts

Shabana overhead volley backswing

Olli at Swedish Open - Needs plenty of room

Olli at Swedish Open - Needs plenty of room

Alistair Walker

Wheel chair fitness incredible

The high elbow closes the racket face - not desirable

Won British Open 1975

Geoff Hunt at age 31 had won 5 World Titles

If it is safe, take advantage of the situation - a boast would be perfect in this example

Drive & Boast - striving to angle the ball towards the nick area

Firstly try to master the correct grip

A shorter lever makes the racket feel like an extension of the hand

Solo practice grooves in the grip and swing

Serve stance and angle of ball toss

Strive to get the balls to land in the corners

Leave plenty of room to swing, leaving room between the body and the side wall

Eyewear helps prevent eye injuries

This routine will help develop shot variation

Dan Jenson Backhand Preparation

Kasey Brown - Racket face is open

David Palmer Forehand Footwork - eyes looking upwards

Gough - Irish Open, Dublin

Softly lift the Lob Serve high onto the front wall

jetbounce

Blue Star

2 Days After Injury A

Womens Final Racket Spin

"Ready" position

Open the racket face

Lob/Toss technique

Volley technique

Adrian Grant's forehand

Not the best FH Preparation

Lob Serve showing the trajectory of the ball

Backhand Parallel Wall Drive

Backhand Serve from the Right Hand Box

Closed racket is not a good idea in the back of the court

The bags were bigger than some of the players!

Zac during the warm-up

Shoulder to the target

James Willstrop backhand racket preparation

Clear the ball or take the penalty

How to practice the kill shot

Back court footwork for a down the line shot

Palmer - Backhand Overhead Volley

Gaultier preparing for a powerful shot

Lincou - Low Forehand down the line

Palmer and Lincou at 13-all

Court construction Argentina Masters 09

Ken;Keith;Heather;Jean - Icons from the Archives of Squash

The two wall boast should die in the nick

Bend the knees, firm wrist, control the racket face

Start the swing with an open face so that the contact point is still open

The V formed by the thumb & forefinger points to the left shoulder

Consistent preparation

On your toes - knees flexed, as the opponent is ready to strike the ball

Keep your eye on the ball at all times

Early Preparation & Feet positioning

Change the pace and direction of the ball

On your toes - Watch the ball

Always try to get in position before the opponent strikes the ball

Back from Europe

Final Day Australian Junior Age 2007

Hall of Fame inductees from left, Ken Hiscoe, Sarah FitzGerald, Geoff Hunt, Heather MacKay, Michelle

Bend the knees/get down under the ball for the back court lob.

A good shot of the racket head and forearm just PRIOR to pronation.

The open stance provides greater margin for error in positioning and strokeplay

Get down low and get the racket under the ball for an effective lob/toss.

Don't play the Ref

Correct Grip will help produce consistency.

Keep the racket horizontal and bend the knees

Attempt to take the ball early - on the volley if possible.

Early preparation gives the best shot options

A lob from mid court is a good way to get the ball to length and have time to recover to the T.

Volleying will enable you to stay at the T

A high lob serve is effective as the ball "drops" on the receiver

Skipping will increase speed

Stroke to the incoming striker

Navel withdrawl is NOT making every effort

Warm up with a range of general and specific activities

Fig 1. Typical back corner position

This is the age to start hitting a ball

Compare IanMaurice;GeoffHunt&HonMember RodKemp

My Lower Back and Glute Stretch

Sore foot – regular squash player problem?

Sore foot – is it regular squash player problem?

Innersoles for Shoes

Correct Squash Grip

Inner Sole with small build up under the arch of left foot

Check the grip size

Grafton Squash Courts

Lower Back Stretch

Rhonda & Marion inducted into Qld Hall of Fame

Tall squash players?

Norman Fry & Alex Strachan at Squash Aust Awards night

Australian Open court

Mojo after a long walk.

raystrach in a rare moment of happiness - despite the obvious handicap

How many bouces allowed from rebounds?!

The Wilson nTour nCode

Test picture

A black eye is better than no eye

Is he still a competitive player?

Sarah FitzGerald (AU) & Paul Walters (iSquash Media

2 Days After Injury B

A Lob can take the pressure off the play allowing more time

Mens Final

Strive to angle the ball so it travels towards the nick area

Courrts specifically constructed for the Masters Argentina

Different Backhand

Shape to play the forehand drive - swing with a side-arm throwing action

Fig 2. Top view of position

Look at this as a contrast - This is how to do it!

Note the rotation of the forearm after striking

Champions come in all sizes. Vicki Hoffman is dwarfed by Perry Crosswaite, formar Australian Basketb

Ricketts approaching a Backhand shot, and looking like a closed stance at this stage, and with one m

Darwish Forehand follow through against ElHindi

Prevention is better than cure

Good length should land in the back corner

second pic - sole

Balls that land near the walls and corners are harder to return

Mens Presentation

Demountable courts constructed back to back Argentina Masters

Donna talking with Geoff Hunt

Chris Gordon USA Digging out a low Backhand

Fig 3. Boast from the same position

Women's Final

Backhand swing preparation

0/35 Mens Final

Fig 4. A change of angle ruins the shot

Palmer retrieves a low forehand down the line

Keith receiving O60's trophy Argentina Masters 09

Fig 5. The red feet and swing will take the ball to the front wall on the boast

Back to top

From BronwenJones - 22 Dec 2016 - 19:10

Click Below for Attached Images

Great effort WISPA !

See this grip

Squash Cannon

Court Scenario FL Drop

Keep away from the side and back wall to return service

Adrian Grant (ENG) balanced and ready to take off

Dan Jenson and Craig Rowland - Caboolture Open 06

Natallie in flight for the volley

Zac Alexander (AU No. 2 U/19) and Anthony Ricketts

Shabana overhead volley backswing

Olli at Swedish Open - Needs plenty of room

Olli at Swedish Open - Needs plenty of room

Alistair Walker

Wheel chair fitness incredible

The high elbow closes the racket face - not desirable

Won British Open 1975

Geoff Hunt at age 31 had won 5 World Titles

If it is safe, take advantage of the situation - a boast would be perfect in this example

Drive & Boast - striving to angle the ball towards the nick area

Firstly try to master the correct grip

A shorter lever makes the racket feel like an extension of the hand

Solo practice grooves in the grip and swing

Serve stance and angle of ball toss

Strive to get the balls to land in the corners

Leave plenty of room to swing, leaving room between the body and the side wall

Eyewear helps prevent eye injuries

This routine will help develop shot variation

Dan Jenson Backhand Preparation

Kasey Brown - Racket face is open

David Palmer Forehand Footwork - eyes looking upwards

Gough - Irish Open, Dublin

Softly lift the Lob Serve high onto the front wall

jetbounce

Blue Star

2 Days After Injury A

Womens Final Racket Spin

"Ready" position

Open the racket face

Lob/Toss technique

Volley technique

Adrian Grant's forehand

Not the best FH Preparation

Lob Serve showing the trajectory of the ball

Backhand Parallel Wall Drive

Backhand Serve from the Right Hand Box

Closed racket is not a good idea in the back of the court

The bags were bigger than some of the players!

Zac during the warm-up

Shoulder to the target

James Willstrop backhand racket preparation

Clear the ball or take the penalty

How to practice the kill shot

Back court footwork for a down the line shot

Palmer - Backhand Overhead Volley

Gaultier preparing for a powerful shot

Lincou - Low Forehand down the line

Palmer and Lincou at 13-all

Court construction Argentina Masters 09

Ken;Keith;Heather;Jean - Icons from the Archives of Squash

The two wall boast should die in the nick

Bend the knees, firm wrist, control the racket face

Start the swing with an open face so that the contact point is still open

The V formed by the thumb & forefinger points to the left shoulder

Consistent preparation

On your toes - knees flexed, as the opponent is ready to strike the ball

Keep your eye on the ball at all times

Early Preparation & Feet positioning

Change the pace and direction of the ball

On your toes - Watch the ball

Always try to get in position before the opponent strikes the ball

Back from Europe

Final Day Australian Junior Age 2007

Hall of Fame inductees from left, Ken Hiscoe, Sarah FitzGerald, Geoff Hunt, Heather MacKay, Michelle

Bend the knees/get down under the ball for the back court lob.

A good shot of the racket head and forearm just PRIOR to pronation.

The open stance provides greater margin for error in positioning and strokeplay

Get down low and get the racket under the ball for an effective lob/toss.

Don't play the Ref

Correct Grip will help produce consistency.

Keep the racket horizontal and bend the knees

Attempt to take the ball early - on the volley if possible.

Early preparation gives the best shot options

A lob from mid court is a good way to get the ball to length and have time to recover to the T.

Volleying will enable you to stay at the T

A high lob serve is effective as the ball "drops" on the receiver

Skipping will increase speed

Stroke to the incoming striker

Navel withdrawl is NOT making every effort

Warm up with a range of general and specific activities

Fig 1. Typical back corner position

This is the age to start hitting a ball

Compare IanMaurice;GeoffHunt&HonMember RodKemp

My Lower Back and Glute Stretch

Sore foot – regular squash player problem?

Sore foot – is it regular squash player problem?

Innersoles for Shoes

Correct Squash Grip

Inner Sole with small build up under the arch of left foot

Check the grip size

Grafton Squash Courts

Lower Back Stretch

Rhonda & Marion inducted into Qld Hall of Fame

Tall squash players?

Norman Fry & Alex Strachan at Squash Aust Awards night

Australian Open court

Mojo after a long walk.

raystrach in a rare moment of happiness - despite the obvious handicap

How many bouces allowed from rebounds?!

The Wilson nTour nCode

Test picture

A black eye is better than no eye

Is he still a competitive player?

Sarah FitzGerald (AU) & Paul Walters (iSquash Media

2 Days After Injury B

A Lob can take the pressure off the play allowing more time

Mens Final

Strive to angle the ball so it travels towards the nick area

Courrts specifically constructed for the Masters Argentina

Different Backhand

Shape to play the forehand drive - swing with a side-arm throwing action

Fig 2. Top view of position

Look at this as a contrast - This is how to do it!

Note the rotation of the forearm after striking

Champions come in all sizes. Vicki Hoffman is dwarfed by Perry Crosswaite, formar Australian Basketb

Ricketts approaching a Backhand shot, and looking like a closed stance at this stage, and with one m

Darwish Forehand follow through against ElHindi

Prevention is better than cure

Good length should land in the back corner

second pic - sole

Balls that land near the walls and corners are harder to return

Mens Presentation

Demountable courts constructed back to back Argentina Masters

Donna talking with Geoff Hunt

Chris Gordon USA Digging out a low Backhand

Fig 3. Boast from the same position

Women's Final

Backhand swing preparation

0/35 Mens Final

Fig 4. A change of angle ruins the shot

Palmer retrieves a low forehand down the line

Keith receiving O60's trophy Argentina Masters 09

Fig 5. The red feet and swing will take the ball to the front wall on the boast

Back to top

From BronwenJones - 22 Dec 2016 - 19:10

Click Below for Attached Images

Great effort WISPA !

See this grip

Squash Cannon

Court Scenario FL Drop

Keep away from the side and back wall to return service

Adrian Grant (ENG) balanced and ready to take off

Dan Jenson and Craig Rowland - Caboolture Open 06

Natallie in flight for the volley

Zac Alexander (AU No. 2 U/19) and Anthony Ricketts

Shabana overhead volley backswing

Olli at Swedish Open - Needs plenty of room

Olli at Swedish Open - Needs plenty of room

Alistair Walker

Wheel chair fitness incredible

The high elbow closes the racket face - not desirable

Won British Open 1975

Geoff Hunt at age 31 had won 5 World Titles

If it is safe, take advantage of the situation - a boast would be perfect in this example

Drive & Boast - striving to angle the ball towards the nick area

Firstly try to master the correct grip

A shorter lever makes the racket feel like an extension of the hand

Solo practice grooves in the grip and swing

Serve stance and angle of ball toss

Strive to get the balls to land in the corners

Leave plenty of room to swing, leaving room between the body and the side wall

Eyewear helps prevent eye injuries

This routine will help develop shot variation

Dan Jenson Backhand Preparation

Kasey Brown - Racket face is open

David Palmer Forehand Footwork - eyes looking upwards

Gough - Irish Open, Dublin

Softly lift the Lob Serve high onto the front wall

jetbounce

Blue Star

2 Days After Injury A

Womens Final Racket Spin

"Ready" position

Open the racket face

Lob/Toss technique

Volley technique

Adrian Grant's forehand

Not the best FH Preparation

Lob Serve showing the trajectory of the ball

Backhand Parallel Wall Drive

Backhand Serve from the Right Hand Box

Closed racket is not a good idea in the back of the court

The bags were bigger than some of the players!

Zac during the warm-up

Shoulder to the target

James Willstrop backhand racket preparation

Clear the ball or take the penalty

How to practice the kill shot

Back court footwork for a down the line shot

Palmer - Backhand Overhead Volley

Gaultier preparing for a powerful shot

Lincou - Low Forehand down the line

Palmer and Lincou at 13-all

Court construction Argentina Masters 09

Ken;Keith;Heather;Jean - Icons from the Archives of Squash

The two wall boast should die in the nick

Bend the knees, firm wrist, control the racket face

Start the swing with an open face so that the contact point is still open

The V formed by the thumb & forefinger points to the left shoulder

Consistent preparation

On your toes - knees flexed, as the opponent is ready to strike the ball

Keep your eye on the ball at all times

Early Preparation & Feet positioning

Change the pace and direction of the ball

On your toes - Watch the ball

Always try to get in position before the opponent strikes the ball

Back from Europe

Final Day Australian Junior Age 2007

Hall of Fame inductees from left, Ken Hiscoe, Sarah FitzGerald, Geoff Hunt, Heather MacKay, Michelle

Bend the knees/get down under the ball for the back court lob.

A good shot of the racket head and forearm just PRIOR to pronation.

The open stance provides greater margin for error in positioning and strokeplay

Get down low and get the racket under the ball for an effective lob/toss.

Don't play the Ref

Correct Grip will help produce consistency.

Keep the racket horizontal and bend the knees

Attempt to take the ball early - on the volley if possible.

Early preparation gives the best shot options

A lob from mid court is a good way to get the ball to length and have time to recover to the T.

Volleying will enable you to stay at the T

A high lob serve is effective as the ball "drops" on the receiver

Skipping will increase speed

Stroke to the incoming striker

Navel withdrawl is NOT making every effort

Warm up with a range of general and specific activities

Fig 1. Typical back corner position

This is the age to start hitting a ball

Compare IanMaurice;GeoffHunt&HonMember RodKemp

My Lower Back and Glute Stretch

Sore foot – regular squash player problem?

Sore foot – is it regular squash player problem?

Innersoles for Shoes

Correct Squash Grip

Inner Sole with small build up under the arch of left foot

Check the grip size

Grafton Squash Courts

Lower Back Stretch

Rhonda & Marion inducted into Qld Hall of Fame

Tall squash players?

Norman Fry & Alex Strachan at Squash Aust Awards night

Australian Open court

Mojo after a long walk.

raystrach in a rare moment of happiness - despite the obvious handicap

How many bouces allowed from rebounds?!

The Wilson nTour nCode

Test picture

A black eye is better than no eye

Is he still a competitive player?

Sarah FitzGerald (AU) & Paul Walters (iSquash Media

2 Days After Injury B

A Lob can take the pressure off the play allowing more time

Mens Final

Strive to angle the ball so it travels towards the nick area

Courrts specifically constructed for the Masters Argentina

Different Backhand

Shape to play the forehand drive - swing with a side-arm throwing action

Fig 2. Top view of position

Look at this as a contrast - This is how to do it!

Note the rotation of the forearm after striking

Champions come in all sizes. Vicki Hoffman is dwarfed by Perry Crosswaite, formar Australian Basketb

Ricketts approaching a Backhand shot, and looking like a closed stance at this stage, and with one m

Darwish Forehand follow through against ElHindi

Prevention is better than cure

Good length should land in the back corner

second pic - sole

Balls that land near the walls and corners are harder to return

Mens Presentation

Demountable courts constructed back to back Argentina Masters

Donna talking with Geoff Hunt

Chris Gordon USA Digging out a low Backhand

Fig 3. Boast from the same position

Women's Final

Backhand swing preparation

0/35 Mens Final

Fig 4. A change of angle ruins the shot

Palmer retrieves a low forehand down the line

Keith receiving O60's trophy Argentina Masters 09

Fig 5. The red feet and swing will take the ball to the front wall on the boast

Back to top

From BronwenJones - 22 Dec 2016 - 19:10

Click Below for Attached Images

Great effort WISPA !

See this grip

Squash Cannon

Court Scenario FL Drop

Keep away from the side and back wall to return service

Adrian Grant (ENG) balanced and ready to take off

Dan Jenson and Craig Rowland - Caboolture Open 06

Natallie in flight for the volley

Zac Alexander (AU No. 2 U/19) and Anthony Ricketts

Shabana overhead volley backswing

Olli at Swedish Open - Needs plenty of room

Olli at Swedish Open - Needs plenty of room

Alistair Walker

Wheel chair fitness incredible

The high elbow closes the racket face - not desirable

Won British Open 1975

Geoff Hunt at age 31 had won 5 World Titles

If it is safe, take advantage of the situation - a boast would be perfect in this example

Drive & Boast - striving to angle the ball towards the nick area

Firstly try to master the correct grip

A shorter lever makes the racket feel like an extension of the hand

Solo practice grooves in the grip and swing

Serve stance and angle of ball toss

Strive to get the balls to land in the corners

Leave plenty of room to swing, leaving room between the body and the side wall

Eyewear helps prevent eye injuries

This routine will help develop shot variation

Dan Jenson Backhand Preparation

Kasey Brown - Racket face is open

David Palmer Forehand Footwork - eyes looking upwards

Gough - Irish Open, Dublin

Softly lift the Lob Serve high onto the front wall

jetbounce

Blue Star

2 Days After Injury A

Womens Final Racket Spin

"Ready" position

Open the racket face

Lob/Toss technique

Volley technique

Adrian Grant's forehand

Not the best FH Preparation

Lob Serve showing the trajectory of the ball

Backhand Parallel Wall Drive

Backhand Serve from the Right Hand Box

Closed racket is not a good idea in the back of the court

The bags were bigger than some of the players!

Zac during the warm-up

Shoulder to the target

James Willstrop backhand racket preparation

Clear the ball or take the penalty

How to practice the kill shot

Back court footwork for a down the line shot

Palmer - Backhand Overhead Volley

Gaultier preparing for a powerful shot

Lincou - Low Forehand down the line

Palmer and Lincou at 13-all

Court construction Argentina Masters 09

Ken;Keith;Heather;Jean - Icons from the Archives of Squash

The two wall boast should die in the nick

Bend the knees, firm wrist, control the racket face

Start the swing with an open face so that the contact point is still open

The V formed by the thumb & forefinger points to the left shoulder

Consistent preparation

On your toes - knees flexed, as the opponent is ready to strike the ball

Keep your eye on the ball at all times

Early Preparation & Feet positioning

Change the pace and direction of the ball

On your toes - Watch the ball

Always try to get in position before the opponent strikes the ball

Back from Europe

Final Day Australian Junior Age 2007

Hall of Fame inductees from left, Ken Hiscoe, Sarah FitzGerald, Geoff Hunt, Heather MacKay, Michelle

Bend the knees/get down under the ball for the back court lob.

A good shot of the racket head and forearm just PRIOR to pronation.

The open stance provides greater margin for error in positioning and strokeplay

Get down low and get the racket under the ball for an effective lob/toss.

Don't play the Ref

Correct Grip will help produce consistency.

Keep the racket horizontal and bend the knees

Attempt to take the ball early - on the volley if possible.

Early preparation gives the best shot options

A lob from mid court is a good way to get the ball to length and have time to recover to the T.

Volleying will enable you to stay at the T

A high lob serve is effective as the ball "drops" on the receiver

Skipping will increase speed

Stroke to the incoming striker

Navel withdrawl is NOT making every effort

Warm up with a range of general and specific activities

Fig 1. Typical back corner position

This is the age to start hitting a ball

Compare IanMaurice;GeoffHunt&HonMember RodKemp

My Lower Back and Glute Stretch

Sore foot – regular squash player problem?

Sore foot – is it regular squash player problem?

Innersoles for Shoes

Correct Squash Grip

Inner Sole with small build up under the arch of left foot

Check the grip size

Grafton Squash Courts

Lower Back Stretch

Rhonda & Marion inducted into Qld Hall of Fame

Tall squash players?

Norman Fry & Alex Strachan at Squash Aust Awards night

Australian Open court

Mojo after a long walk.

raystrach in a rare moment of happiness - despite the obvious handicap

How many bouces allowed from rebounds?!

The Wilson nTour nCode

Test picture

A black eye is better than no eye

Is he still a competitive player?

Sarah FitzGerald (AU) & Paul Walters (iSquash Media

2 Days After Injury B

A Lob can take the pressure off the play allowing more time

Mens Final

Strive to angle the ball so it travels towards the nick area

Courrts specifically constructed for the Masters Argentina

Different Backhand

Shape to play the forehand drive - swing with a side-arm throwing action

Fig 2. Top view of position

Look at this as a contrast - This is how to do it!

Note the rotation of the forearm after striking

Champions come in all sizes. Vicki Hoffman is dwarfed by Perry Crosswaite, formar Australian Basketb

Ricketts approaching a Backhand shot, and looking like a closed stance at this stage, and with one m

Darwish Forehand follow through against ElHindi

Prevention is better than cure

Good length should land in the back corner

second pic - sole

Balls that land near the walls and corners are harder to return

Mens Presentation

Demountable courts constructed back to back Argentina Masters

Donna talking with Geoff Hunt

Chris Gordon USA Digging out a low Backhand

Fig 3. Boast from the same position

Women's Final

Backhand swing preparation

0/35 Mens Final

Fig 4. A change of angle ruins the shot

Palmer retrieves a low forehand down the line

Keith receiving O60's trophy Argentina Masters 09

Fig 5. The red feet and swing will take the ball to the front wall on the boast

Back to top

From BronwenJones - 22 Dec 2016 - 19:10

Click Below for Attached Images

Great effort WISPA !

See this grip

Squash Cannon

Court Scenario FL Drop

Keep away from the side and back wall to return service

Adrian Grant (ENG) balanced and ready to take off

Dan Jenson and Craig Rowland - Caboolture Open 06

Natallie in flight for the volley

Zac Alexander (AU No. 2 U/19) and Anthony Ricketts

Shabana overhead volley backswing

Olli at Swedish Open - Needs plenty of room

Olli at Swedish Open - Needs plenty of room

Alistair Walker

Wheel chair fitness incredible

The high elbow closes the racket face - not desirable

Won British Open 1975

Geoff Hunt at age 31 had won 5 World Titles

If it is safe, take advantage of the situation - a boast would be perfect in this example

Drive & Boast - striving to angle the ball towards the nick area

Firstly try to master the correct grip

A shorter lever makes the racket feel like an extension of the hand

Solo practice grooves in the grip and swing

Serve stance and angle of ball toss

Strive to get the balls to land in the corners

Leave plenty of room to swing, leaving room between the body and the side wall

Eyewear helps prevent eye injuries

This routine will help develop shot variation

Dan Jenson Backhand Preparation

Kasey Brown - Racket face is open

David Palmer Forehand Footwork - eyes looking upwards

Gough - Irish Open, Dublin

Softly lift the Lob Serve high onto the front wall

jetbounce

Blue Star

2 Days After Injury A

Womens Final Racket Spin

"Ready" position

Open the racket face

Lob/Toss technique

Volley technique

Adrian Grant's forehand

Not the best FH Preparation

Lob Serve showing the trajectory of the ball

Backhand Parallel Wall Drive

Backhand Serve from the Right Hand Box

Closed racket is not a good idea in the back of the court

The bags were bigger than some of the players!

Zac during the warm-up

Shoulder to the target

James Willstrop backhand racket preparation

Clear the ball or take the penalty

How to practice the kill shot

Back court footwork for a down the line shot

Palmer - Backhand Overhead Volley

Gaultier preparing for a powerful shot

Lincou - Low Forehand down the line

Palmer and Lincou at 13-all

Court construction Argentina Masters 09

Ken;Keith;Heather;Jean - Icons from the Archives of Squash

The two wall boast should die in the nick

Bend the knees, firm wrist, control the racket face

Start the swing with an open face so that the contact point is still open

The V formed by the thumb & forefinger points to the left shoulder

Consistent preparation

On your toes - knees flexed, as the opponent is ready to strike the ball

Keep your eye on the ball at all times

Early Preparation & Feet positioning

Change the pace and direction of the ball

On your toes - Watch the ball

Always try to get in position before the opponent strikes the ball

Back from Europe

Final Day Australian Junior Age 2007

Hall of Fame inductees from left, Ken Hiscoe, Sarah FitzGerald, Geoff Hunt, Heather MacKay, Michelle

Bend the knees/get down under the ball for the back court lob.

A good shot of the racket head and forearm just PRIOR to pronation.

The open stance provides greater margin for error in positioning and strokeplay

Get down low and get the racket under the ball for an effective lob/toss.

Don't play the Ref

Correct Grip will help produce consistency.

Keep the racket horizontal and bend the knees

Attempt to take the ball early - on the volley if possible.

Early preparation gives the best shot options

A lob from mid court is a good way to get the ball to length and have time to recover to the T.

Volleying will enable you to stay at the T

A high lob serve is effective as the ball "drops" on the receiver

Skipping will increase speed

Stroke to the incoming striker

Navel withdrawl is NOT making every effort

Warm up with a range of general and specific activities

Fig 1. Typical back corner position

This is the age to start hitting a ball

Compare IanMaurice;GeoffHunt&HonMember RodKemp

My Lower Back and Glute Stretch

Sore foot – regular squash player problem?

Sore foot – is it regular squash player problem?

Innersoles for Shoes

Correct Squash Grip

Inner Sole with small build up under the arch of left foot

Check the grip size

Grafton Squash Courts

Lower Back Stretch

Rhonda & Marion inducted into Qld Hall of Fame

Tall squash players?

Norman Fry & Alex Strachan at Squash Aust Awards night

Australian Open court

Mojo after a long walk.

raystrach in a rare moment of happiness - despite the obvious handicap

How many bouces allowed from rebounds?!

The Wilson nTour nCode

Test picture

A black eye is better than no eye

Is he still a competitive player?

Sarah FitzGerald (AU) & Paul Walters (iSquash Media

2 Days After Injury B

A Lob can take the pressure off the play allowing more time

Mens Final

Strive to angle the ball so it travels towards the nick area

Courrts specifically constructed for the Masters Argentina

Different Backhand

Shape to play the forehand drive - swing with a side-arm throwing action

Fig 2. Top view of position

Look at this as a contrast - This is how to do it!

Note the rotation of the forearm after striking

Champions come in all sizes. Vicki Hoffman is dwarfed by Perry Crosswaite, formar Australian Basketb

Ricketts approaching a Backhand shot, and looking like a closed stance at this stage, and with one m

Darwish Forehand follow through against ElHindi

Prevention is better than cure

Good length should land in the back corner

second pic - sole

Balls that land near the walls and corners are harder to return

Mens Presentation

Demountable courts constructed back to back Argentina Masters

Donna talking with Geoff Hunt

Chris Gordon USA Digging out a low Backhand

Fig 3. Boast from the same position

Women's Final

Backhand swing preparation

0/35 Mens Final

Fig 4. A change of angle ruins the shot

Palmer retrieves a low forehand down the line

Keith receiving O60's trophy Argentina Masters 09

Fig 5. The red feet and swing will take the ball to the front wall on the boast

Back to top

From BronwenJones - 22 Dec 2016 - 19:10

Click Below for Attached Images

Great effort WISPA !

See this grip

Squash Cannon

Court Scenario FL Drop

Keep away from the side and back wall to return service

Adrian Grant (ENG) balanced and ready to take off

Dan Jenson and Craig Rowland - Caboolture Open 06

Natallie in flight for the volley

Zac Alexander (AU No. 2 U/19) and Anthony Ricketts

Shabana overhead volley backswing

Olli at Swedish Open - Needs plenty of room

Olli at Swedish Open - Needs plenty of room

Alistair Walker

Wheel chair fitness incredible

The high elbow closes the racket face - not desirable

Won British Open 1975

Geoff Hunt at age 31 had won 5 World Titles

If it is safe, take advantage of the situation - a boast would be perfect in this example

Drive & Boast - striving to angle the ball towards the nick area

Firstly try to master the correct grip

A shorter lever makes the racket feel like an extension of the hand

Solo practice grooves in the grip and swing

Serve stance and angle of ball toss

Strive to get the balls to land in the corners

Leave plenty of room to swing, leaving room between the body and the side wall

Eyewear helps prevent eye injuries

This routine will help develop shot variation

Dan Jenson Backhand Preparation

Kasey Brown - Racket face is open

David Palmer Forehand Footwork - eyes looking upwards

Gough - Irish Open, Dublin

Softly lift the Lob Serve high onto the front wall

jetbounce

Blue Star

2 Days After Injury A

Womens Final Racket Spin

"Ready" position

Open the racket face

Lob/Toss technique

Volley technique

Adrian Grant's forehand

Not the best FH Preparation

Lob Serve showing the trajectory of the ball

Backhand Parallel Wall Drive

Backhand Serve from the Right Hand Box

Closed racket is not a good idea in the back of the court

The bags were bigger than some of the players!

Zac during the warm-up

Shoulder to the target

James Willstrop backhand racket preparation

Clear the ball or take the penalty

How to practice the kill shot

Back court footwork for a down the line shot

Palmer - Backhand Overhead Volley

Gaultier preparing for a powerful shot

Lincou - Low Forehand down the line

Palmer and Lincou at 13-all

Court construction Argentina Masters 09

Ken;Keith;Heather;Jean - Icons from the Archives of Squash

The two wall boast should die in the nick

Bend the knees, firm wrist, control the racket face

Start the swing with an open face so that the contact point is still open

The V formed by the thumb & forefinger points to the left shoulder

Consistent preparation

On your toes - knees flexed, as the opponent is ready to strike the ball

Keep your eye on the ball at all times

Early Preparation & Feet positioning

Change the pace and direction of the ball

On your toes - Watch the ball

Always try to get in position before the opponent strikes the ball

Back from Europe

Final Day Australian Junior Age 2007

Hall of Fame inductees from left, Ken Hiscoe, Sarah FitzGerald, Geoff Hunt, Heather MacKay, Michelle

Bend the knees/get down under the ball for the back court lob.

A good shot of the racket head and forearm just PRIOR to pronation.

The open stance provides greater margin for error in positioning and strokeplay

Get down low and get the racket under the ball for an effective lob/toss.

Don't play the Ref

Correct Grip will help produce consistency.

Keep the racket horizontal and bend the knees

Attempt to take the ball early - on the volley if possible.

Early preparation gives the best shot options

A lob from mid court is a good way to get the ball to length and have time to recover to the T.

Volleying will enable you to stay at the T

A high lob serve is effective as the ball "drops" on the receiver

Skipping will increase speed

Stroke to the incoming striker

Navel withdrawl is NOT making every effort

Warm up with a range of general and specific activities

Fig 1. Typical back corner position

This is the age to start hitting a ball

Compare IanMaurice;GeoffHunt&HonMember RodKemp

My Lower Back and Glute Stretch

Sore foot – regular squash player problem?

Sore foot – is it regular squash player problem?

Innersoles for Shoes

Correct Squash Grip

Inner Sole with small build up under the arch of left foot

Check the grip size

Grafton Squash Courts

Lower Back Stretch

Rhonda & Marion inducted into Qld Hall of Fame

Tall squash players?

Norman Fry & Alex Strachan at Squash Aust Awards night

Australian Open court

Mojo after a long walk.

raystrach in a rare moment of happiness - despite the obvious handicap

How many bouces allowed from rebounds?!

The Wilson nTour nCode

Test picture

A black eye is better than no eye

Is he still a competitive player?

Sarah FitzGerald (AU) & Paul Walters (iSquash Media

2 Days After Injury B

A Lob can take the pressure off the play allowing more time

Mens Final

Strive to angle the ball so it travels towards the nick area

Courrts specifically constructed for the Masters Argentina

Different Backhand

Shape to play the forehand drive - swing with a side-arm throwing action

Fig 2. Top view of position

Look at this as a contrast - This is how to do it!

Note the rotation of the forearm after striking

Champions come in all sizes. Vicki Hoffman is dwarfed by Perry Crosswaite, formar Australian Basketb

Ricketts approaching a Backhand shot, and looking like a closed stance at this stage, and with one m

Darwish Forehand follow through against ElHindi

Prevention is better than cure

Good length should land in the back corner

second pic - sole

Balls that land near the walls and corners are harder to return

Mens Presentation

Demountable courts constructed back to back Argentina Masters

Donna talking with Geoff Hunt

Chris Gordon USA Digging out a low Backhand

Fig 3. Boast from the same position

Women's Final

Backhand swing preparation

0/35 Mens Final

Fig 4. A change of angle ruins the shot

Palmer retrieves a low forehand down the line

Keith receiving O60's trophy Argentina Masters 09

Fig 5. The red feet and swing will take the ball to the front wall on the boast

Back to top

From BronwenJones - 22 Dec 2016 - 19:10

Click Below for Attached Images

Great effort WISPA !

See this grip

Squash Cannon

Court Scenario FL Drop

Keep away from the side and back wall to return service

Adrian Grant (ENG) balanced and ready to take off

Dan Jenson and Craig Rowland - Caboolture Open 06

Natallie in flight for the volley

Zac Alexander (AU No. 2 U/19) and Anthony Ricketts

Shabana overhead volley backswing

Olli at Swedish Open - Needs plenty of room

Olli at Swedish Open - Needs plenty of room

Alistair Walker

Wheel chair fitness incredible

The high elbow closes the racket face - not desirable

Won British Open 1975

Geoff Hunt at age 31 had won 5 World Titles

If it is safe, take advantage of the situation - a boast would be perfect in this example

Drive & Boast - striving to angle the ball towards the nick area

Firstly try to master the correct grip

A shorter lever makes the racket feel like an extension of the hand

Solo practice grooves in the grip and swing

Serve stance and angle of ball toss

Strive to get the balls to land in the corners

Leave plenty of room to swing, leaving room between the body and the side wall

Eyewear helps prevent eye injuries

This routine will help develop shot variation

Dan Jenson Backhand Preparation

Kasey Brown - Racket face is open

David Palmer Forehand Footwork - eyes looking upwards

Gough - Irish Open, Dublin

Softly lift the Lob Serve high onto the front wall

jetbounce

Blue Star

2 Days After Injury A

Womens Final Racket Spin

"Ready" position

Open the racket face

Lob/Toss technique

Volley technique

Adrian Grant's forehand

Not the best FH Preparation

Lob Serve showing the trajectory of the ball

Backhand Parallel Wall Drive

Backhand Serve from the Right Hand Box

Closed racket is not a good idea in the back of the court

The bags were bigger than some of the players!

Zac during the warm-up

Shoulder to the target

James Willstrop backhand racket preparation

Clear the ball or take the penalty

How to practice the kill shot

Back court footwork for a down the line shot

Palmer - Backhand Overhead Volley

Gaultier preparing for a powerful shot

Lincou - Low Forehand down the line

Palmer and Lincou at 13-all

Court construction Argentina Masters 09

Ken;Keith;Heather;Jean - Icons from the Archives of Squash

The two wall boast should die in the nick

Bend the knees, firm wrist, control the racket face

Start the swing with an open face so that the contact point is still open

The V formed by the thumb & forefinger points to the left shoulder

Consistent preparation

On your toes - knees flexed, as the opponent is ready to strike the ball

Keep your eye on the ball at all times

Early Preparation & Feet positioning

Change the pace and direction of the ball

On your toes - Watch the ball

Always try to get in position before the opponent strikes the ball

Back from Europe

Final Day Australian Junior Age 2007

Hall of Fame inductees from left, Ken Hiscoe, Sarah FitzGerald, Geoff Hunt, Heather MacKay, Michelle

Bend the knees/get down under the ball for the back court lob.

A good shot of the racket head and forearm just PRIOR to pronation.

The open stance provides greater margin for error in positioning and strokeplay

Get down low and get the racket under the ball for an effective lob/toss.

Don't play the Ref

Correct Grip will help produce consistency.

Keep the racket horizontal and bend the knees

Attempt to take the ball early - on the volley if possible.

Early preparation gives the best shot options

A lob from mid court is a good way to get the ball to length and have time to recover to the T.

Volleying will enable you to stay at the T

A high lob serve is effective as the ball "drops" on the receiver

Skipping will increase speed

Stroke to the incoming striker

Navel withdrawl is NOT making every effort

Warm up with a range of general and specific activities

Fig 1. Typical back corner position

This is the age to start hitting a ball

Compare IanMaurice;GeoffHunt&HonMember RodKemp

My Lower Back and Glute Stretch

Sore foot – regular squash player problem?

Sore foot – is it regular squash player problem?

Innersoles for Shoes

Correct Squash Grip

Inner Sole with small build up under the arch of left foot

Check the grip size

Grafton Squash Courts

Lower Back Stretch

Rhonda & Marion inducted into Qld Hall of Fame

Tall squash players?

Norman Fry & Alex Strachan at Squash Aust Awards night

Australian Open court

Mojo after a long walk.

raystrach in a rare moment of happiness - despite the obvious handicap

How many bouces allowed from rebounds?!

The Wilson nTour nCode

Test picture

A black eye is better than no eye

Is he still a competitive player?

Sarah FitzGerald (AU) & Paul Walters (iSquash Media

2 Days After Injury B

A Lob can take the pressure off the play allowing more time

Mens Final

Strive to angle the ball so it travels towards the nick area

Courrts specifically constructed for the Masters Argentina

Different Backhand

Shape to play the forehand drive - swing with a side-arm throwing action

Fig 2. Top view of position

Look at this as a contrast - This is how to do it!

Note the rotation of the forearm after striking

Champions come in all sizes. Vicki Hoffman is dwarfed by Perry Crosswaite, formar Australian Basketb

Ricketts approaching a Backhand shot, and looking like a closed stance at this stage, and with one m

Darwish Forehand follow through against ElHindi

Prevention is better than cure

Good length should land in the back corner

second pic - sole

Balls that land near the walls and corners are harder to return

Mens Presentation

Demountable courts constructed back to back Argentina Masters

Donna talking with Geoff Hunt

Chris Gordon USA Digging out a low Backhand

Fig 3. Boast from the same position

Women's Final

Backhand swing preparation

0/35 Mens Final

Fig 4. A change of angle ruins the shot

Palmer retrieves a low forehand down the line

Keith receiving O60's trophy Argentina Masters 09

Fig 5. The red feet and swing will take the ball to the front wall on the boast

Back to top

From BronwenJones - 22 Dec 2016 - 19:10

Click Below for Attached Images

Great effort WISPA !

See this grip

Squash Cannon

Court Scenario FL Drop

Keep away from the side and back wall to return service

Adrian Grant (ENG) balanced and ready to take off

Dan Jenson and Craig Rowland - Caboolture Open 06

Natallie in flight for the volley

Zac Alexander (AU No. 2 U/19) and Anthony Ricketts

Shabana overhead volley backswing

Olli at Swedish Open - Needs plenty of room

Olli at Swedish Open - Needs plenty of room

Alistair Walker

Wheel chair fitness incredible

The high elbow closes the racket face - not desirable

Won British Open 1975

Geoff Hunt at age 31 had won 5 World Titles

If it is safe, take advantage of the situation - a boast would be perfect in this example

Drive & Boast - striving to angle the ball towards the nick area

Firstly try to master the correct grip

A shorter lever makes the racket feel like an extension of the hand

Solo practice grooves in the grip and swing

Serve stance and angle of ball toss

Strive to get the balls to land in the corners

Leave plenty of room to swing, leaving room between the body and the side wall

Eyewear helps prevent eye injuries

This routine will help develop shot variation

Dan Jenson Backhand Preparation

Kasey Brown - Racket face is open

David Palmer Forehand Footwork - eyes looking upwards

Gough - Irish Open, Dublin

Softly lift the Lob Serve high onto the front wall

jetbounce

Blue Star

2 Days After Injury A

Womens Final Racket Spin

"Ready" position

Open the racket face

Lob/Toss technique

Volley technique

Adrian Grant's forehand

Not the best FH Preparation

Lob Serve showing the trajectory of the ball

Backhand Parallel Wall Drive

Backhand Serve from the Right Hand Box

Closed racket is not a good idea in the back of the court

The bags were bigger than some of the players!

Zac during the warm-up

Shoulder to the target

James Willstrop backhand racket preparation

Clear the ball or take the penalty

How to practice the kill shot

Back court footwork for a down the line shot

Palmer - Backhand Overhead Volley

Gaultier preparing for a powerful shot

Lincou - Low Forehand down the line

Palmer and Lincou at 13-all

Court construction Argentina Masters 09

Ken;Keith;Heather;Jean - Icons from the Archives of Squash

The two wall boast should die in the nick

Bend the knees, firm wrist, control the racket face

Start the swing with an open face so that the contact point is still open

The V formed by the thumb & forefinger points to the left shoulder

Consistent preparation

On your toes - knees flexed, as the opponent is ready to strike the ball

Keep your eye on the ball at all times

Early Preparation & Feet positioning

Change the pace and direction of the ball

On your toes - Watch the ball

Always try to get in position before the opponent strikes the ball

Back from Europe

Final Day Australian Junior Age 2007

Hall of Fame inductees from left, Ken Hiscoe, Sarah FitzGerald, Geoff Hunt, Heather MacKay, Michelle

Bend the knees/get down under the ball for the back court lob.

A good shot of the racket head and forearm just PRIOR to pronation.

The open stance provides greater margin for error in positioning and strokeplay

Get down low and get the racket under the ball for an effective lob/toss.

Don't play the Ref

Correct Grip will help produce consistency.

Keep the racket horizontal and bend the knees

Attempt to take the ball early - on the volley if possible.

Early preparation gives the best shot options

A lob from mid court is a good way to get the ball to length and have time to recover to the T.

Volleying will enable you to stay at the T

A high lob serve is effective as the ball "drops" on the receiver

Skipping will increase speed

Stroke to the incoming striker

Navel withdrawl is NOT making every effort

Warm up with a range of general and specific activities

Fig 1. Typical back corner position

This is the age to start hitting a ball

Compare IanMaurice;GeoffHunt&HonMember RodKemp

My Lower Back and Glute Stretch

Sore foot – regular squash player problem?

Sore foot – is it regular squash player problem?

Innersoles for Shoes

Correct Squash Grip

Inner Sole with small build up under the arch of left foot

Check the grip size

Grafton Squash Courts

Lower Back Stretch

Rhonda & Marion inducted into Qld Hall of Fame

Tall squash players?

Norman Fry & Alex Strachan at Squash Aust Awards night

Australian Open court

Mojo after a long walk.

raystrach in a rare moment of happiness - despite the obvious handicap

How many bouces allowed from rebounds?!

The Wilson nTour nCode

Test picture

A black eye is better than no eye

Is he still a competitive player?

Sarah FitzGerald (AU) & Paul Walters (iSquash Media

2 Days After Injury B

A Lob can take the pressure off the play allowing more time

Mens Final

Strive to angle the ball so it travels towards the nick area

Courrts specifically constructed for the Masters Argentina

Different Backhand

Shape to play the forehand drive - swing with a side-arm throwing action

Fig 2. Top view of position

Look at this as a contrast - This is how to do it!

Note the rotation of the forearm after striking

Champions come in all sizes. Vicki Hoffman is dwarfed by Perry Crosswaite, formar Australian Basketb

Ricketts approaching a Backhand shot, and looking like a closed stance at this stage, and with one m

Darwish Forehand follow through against ElHindi

Prevention is better than cure

Good length should land in the back corner

second pic - sole

Balls that land near the walls and corners are harder to return

Mens Presentation

Demountable courts constructed back to back Argentina Masters

Donna talking with Geoff Hunt

Chris Gordon USA Digging out a low Backhand

Fig 3. Boast from the same position

Women's Final

Backhand swing preparation

0/35 Mens Final

Fig 4. A change of angle ruins the shot

Palmer retrieves a low forehand down the line

Keith receiving O60's trophy Argentina Masters 09

Fig 5. The red feet and swing will take the ball to the front wall on the boast

Back to top

From BronwenJones - 22 Dec 2016 - 19:10

Click Below for Attached Images

Great effort WISPA !

See this grip

Squash Cannon

Court Scenario FL Drop

Keep away from the side and back wall to return service

Adrian Grant (ENG) balanced and ready to take off

Dan Jenson and Craig Rowland - Caboolture Open 06

Natallie in flight for the volley

Zac Alexander (AU No. 2 U/19) and Anthony Ricketts

Shabana overhead volley backswing

Olli at Swedish Open - Needs plenty of room

Olli at Swedish Open - Needs plenty of room

Alistair Walker

Wheel chair fitness incredible

The high elbow closes the racket face - not desirable

Won British Open 1975

Geoff Hunt at age 31 had won 5 World Titles

If it is safe, take advantage of the situation - a boast would be perfect in this example

Drive & Boast - striving to angle the ball towards the nick area

Firstly try to master the correct grip

A shorter lever makes the racket feel like an extension of the hand

Solo practice grooves in the grip and swing

Serve stance and angle of ball toss

Strive to get the balls to land in the corners

Leave plenty of room to swing, leaving room between the body and the side wall

Eyewear helps prevent eye injuries

This routine will help develop shot variation

Dan Jenson Backhand Preparation

Kasey Brown - Racket face is open

David Palmer Forehand Footwork - eyes looking upwards

Gough - Irish Open, Dublin

Softly lift the Lob Serve high onto the front wall

jetbounce

Blue Star

2 Days After Injury A

Womens Final Racket Spin

"Ready" position

Open the racket face

Lob/Toss technique

Volley technique

Adrian Grant's forehand

Not the best FH Preparation

Lob Serve showing the trajectory of the ball

Backhand Parallel Wall Drive

Backhand Serve from the Right Hand Box

Closed racket is not a good idea in the back of the court

The bags were bigger than some of the players!

Zac during the warm-up

Shoulder to the target

James Willstrop backhand racket preparation

Clear the ball or take the penalty

How to practice the kill shot

Back court footwork for a down the line shot

Palmer - Backhand Overhead Volley

Gaultier preparing for a powerful shot

Lincou - Low Forehand down the line

Palmer and Lincou at 13-all

Court construction Argentina Masters 09

Ken;Keith;Heather;Jean - Icons from the Archives of Squash

The two wall boast should die in the nick

Bend the knees, firm wrist, control the racket face

Start the swing with an open face so that the contact point is still open

The V formed by the thumb & forefinger points to the left shoulder

Consistent preparation

On your toes - knees flexed, as the opponent is ready to strike the ball

Keep your eye on the ball at all times

Early Preparation & Feet positioning

Change the pace and direction of the ball

On your toes - Watch the ball

Always try to get in position before the opponent strikes the ball

Back from Europe

Final Day Australian Junior Age 2007

Hall of Fame inductees from left, Ken Hiscoe, Sarah FitzGerald, Geoff Hunt, Heather MacKay, Michelle

Bend the knees/get down under the ball for the back court lob.

A good shot of the racket head and forearm just PRIOR to pronation.

The open stance provides greater margin for error in positioning and strokeplay

Get down low and get the racket under the ball for an effective lob/toss.

Don't play the Ref

Correct Grip will help produce consistency.

Keep the racket horizontal and bend the knees

Attempt to take the ball early - on the volley if possible.

Early preparation gives the best shot options

A lob from mid court is a good way to get the ball to length and have time to recover to the T.

Volleying will enable you to stay at the T

A high lob serve is effective as the ball "drops" on the receiver

Skipping will increase speed

Stroke to the incoming striker

Navel withdrawl is NOT making every effort

Warm up with a range of general and specific activities

Fig 1. Typical back corner position

This is the age to start hitting a ball

Compare IanMaurice;GeoffHunt&HonMember RodKemp

My Lower Back and Glute Stretch

Sore foot – regular squash player problem?

Sore foot – is it regular squash player problem?

Innersoles for Shoes

Correct Squash Grip

Inner Sole with small build up under the arch of left foot

Check the grip size

Grafton Squash Courts

Lower Back Stretch

Rhonda & Marion inducted into Qld Hall of Fame

Tall squash players?

Norman Fry & Alex Strachan at Squash Aust Awards night

Australian Open court

Mojo after a long walk.

raystrach in a rare moment of happiness - despite the obvious handicap

How many bouces allowed from rebounds?!

The Wilson nTour nCode

Test picture

A black eye is better than no eye

Is he still a competitive player?

Sarah FitzGerald (AU) & Paul Walters (iSquash Media

2 Days After Injury B

A Lob can take the pressure off the play allowing more time

Mens Final

Strive to angle the ball so it travels towards the nick area

Courrts specifically constructed for the Masters Argentina

Different Backhand

Shape to play the forehand drive - swing with a side-arm throwing action

Fig 2. Top view of position

Look at this as a contrast - This is how to do it!

Note the rotation of the forearm after striking

Champions come in all sizes. Vicki Hoffman is dwarfed by Perry Crosswaite, formar Australian Basketb

Ricketts approaching a Backhand shot, and looking like a closed stance at this stage, and with one m

Darwish Forehand follow through against ElHindi

Prevention is better than cure

Good length should land in the back corner

second pic - sole

Balls that land near the walls and corners are harder to return

Mens Presentation

Demountable courts constructed back to back Argentina Masters

Donna talking with Geoff Hunt

Chris Gordon USA Digging out a low Backhand

Fig 3. Boast from the same position

Women's Final

Backhand swing preparation

0/35 Mens Final

Fig 4. A change of angle ruins the shot

Palmer retrieves a low forehand down the line

Keith receiving O60's trophy Argentina Masters 09

Fig 5. The red feet and swing will take the ball to the front wall on the boast

Back to top

From BronwenJones - 22 Dec 2016 - 19:10

Click Below for Attached Images

Great effort WISPA !

See this grip

Squash Cannon

Court Scenario FL Drop

Keep away from the side and back wall to return service

Adrian Grant (ENG) balanced and ready to take off

Dan Jenson and Craig Rowland - Caboolture Open 06

Natallie in flight for the volley

Zac Alexander (AU No. 2 U/19) and Anthony Ricketts

Shabana overhead volley backswing

Olli at Swedish Open - Needs plenty of room

Olli at Swedish Open - Needs plenty of room

Alistair Walker

Wheel chair fitness incredible

The high elbow closes the racket face - not desirable

Won British Open 1975

Geoff Hunt at age 31 had won 5 World Titles

If it is safe, take advantage of the situation - a boast would be perfect in this example

Drive & Boast - striving to angle the ball towards the nick area

Firstly try to master the correct grip

A shorter lever makes the racket feel like an extension of the hand

Solo practice grooves in the grip and swing

Serve stance and angle of ball toss

Strive to get the balls to land in the corners

Leave plenty of room to swing, leaving room between the body and the side wall

Eyewear helps prevent eye injuries

This routine will help develop shot variation

Dan Jenson Backhand Preparation

Kasey Brown - Racket face is open

David Palmer Forehand Footwork - eyes looking upwards

Gough - Irish Open, Dublin

Softly lift the Lob Serve high onto the front wall

jetbounce

Blue Star

2 Days After Injury A

Womens Final Racket Spin

"Ready" position

Open the racket face

Lob/Toss technique

Volley technique

Adrian Grant's forehand

Not the best FH Preparation

Lob Serve showing the trajectory of the ball

Backhand Parallel Wall Drive

Backhand Serve from the Right Hand Box

Closed racket is not a good idea in the back of the court

The bags were bigger than some of the players!

Zac during the warm-up

Shoulder to the target

James Willstrop backhand racket preparation

Clear the ball or take the penalty

How to practice the kill shot

Back court footwork for a down the line shot

Palmer - Backhand Overhead Volley

Gaultier preparing for a powerful shot

Lincou - Low Forehand down the line

Palmer and Lincou at 13-all

Court construction Argentina Masters 09

Ken;Keith;Heather;Jean - Icons from the Archives of Squash

The two wall boast should die in the nick

Bend the knees, firm wrist, control the racket face

Start the swing with an open face so that the contact point is still open

The V formed by the thumb & forefinger points to the left shoulder

Consistent preparation

On your toes - knees flexed, as the opponent is ready to strike the ball

Keep your eye on the ball at all times

Early Preparation & Feet positioning

Change the pace and direction of the ball

On your toes - Watch the ball

Always try to get in position before the opponent strikes the ball

Back from Europe

Final Day Australian Junior Age 2007

Hall of Fame inductees from left, Ken Hiscoe, Sarah FitzGerald, Geoff Hunt, Heather MacKay, Michelle

Bend the knees/get down under the ball for the back court lob.

A good shot of the racket head and forearm just PRIOR to pronation.

The open stance provides greater margin for error in positioning and strokeplay

Get down low and get the racket under the ball for an effective lob/toss.

Don't play the Ref

Correct Grip will help produce consistency.

Keep the racket horizontal and bend the knees

Attempt to take the ball early - on the volley if possible.

Early preparation gives the best shot options

A lob from mid court is a good way to get the ball to length and have time to recover to the T.

Volleying will enable you to stay at the T

A high lob serve is effective as the ball "drops" on the receiver

Skipping will increase speed

Stroke to the incoming striker

Navel withdrawl is NOT making every effort

Warm up with a range of general and specific activities

Fig 1. Typical back corner position

This is the age to start hitting a ball

Compare IanMaurice;GeoffHunt&HonMember RodKemp

My Lower Back and Glute Stretch

Sore foot – regular squash player problem?

Sore foot – is it regular squash player problem?

Innersoles for Shoes

Correct Squash Grip

Inner Sole with small build up under the arch of left foot

Check the grip size

Grafton Squash Courts

Lower Back Stretch

Rhonda & Marion inducted into Qld Hall of Fame

Tall squash players?

Norman Fry & Alex Strachan at Squash Aust Awards night

Australian Open court

Mojo after a long walk.

raystrach in a rare moment of happiness - despite the obvious handicap

How many bouces allowed from rebounds?!

The Wilson nTour nCode

Test picture

A black eye is better than no eye

Is he still a competitive player?

Sarah FitzGerald (AU) & Paul Walters (iSquash Media

2 Days After Injury B

A Lob can take the pressure off the play allowing more time

Mens Final

Strive to angle the ball so it travels towards the nick area

Courrts specifically constructed for the Masters Argentina

Different Backhand

Shape to play the forehand drive - swing with a side-arm throwing action

Fig 2. Top view of position

Look at this as a contrast - This is how to do it!

Note the rotation of the forearm after striking

Champions come in all sizes. Vicki Hoffman is dwarfed by Perry Crosswaite, formar Australian Basketb

Ricketts approaching a Backhand shot, and looking like a closed stance at this stage, and with one m

Darwish Forehand follow through against ElHindi

Prevention is better than cure

Good length should land in the back corner

second pic - sole

Balls that land near the walls and corners are harder to return

Mens Presentation

Demountable courts constructed back to back Argentina Masters

Donna talking with Geoff Hunt

Chris Gordon USA Digging out a low Backhand

Fig 3. Boast from the same position

Women's Final

Backhand swing preparation

0/35 Mens Final

Fig 4. A change of angle ruins the shot

Palmer retrieves a low forehand down the line

Keith receiving O60's trophy Argentina Masters 09

Fig 5. The red feet and swing will take the ball to the front wall on the boast

Back to top

From BronwenJones - 22 Dec 2016 - 19:10

Click Below for Attached Images

Great effort WISPA !

See this grip

Squash Cannon

Court Scenario FL Drop

Keep away from the side and back wall to return service

Adrian Grant (ENG) balanced and ready to take off

Dan Jenson and Craig Rowland - Caboolture Open 06

Natallie in flight for the volley

Zac Alexander (AU No. 2 U/19) and Anthony Ricketts

Shabana overhead volley backswing

Olli at Swedish Open - Needs plenty of room

Olli at Swedish Open - Needs plenty of room

Alistair Walker

Wheel chair fitness incredible

The high elbow closes the racket face - not desirable

Won British Open 1975

Geoff Hunt at age 31 had won 5 World Titles

If it is safe, take advantage of the situation - a boast would be perfect in this example

Drive & Boast - striving to angle the ball towards the nick area

Firstly try to master the correct grip

A shorter lever makes the racket feel like an extension of the hand

Solo practice grooves in the grip and swing

Serve stance and angle of ball toss

Strive to get the balls to land in the corners

Leave plenty of room to swing, leaving room between the body and the side wall

Eyewear helps prevent eye injuries

This routine will help develop shot variation

Dan Jenson Backhand Preparation

Kasey Brown - Racket face is open

David Palmer Forehand Footwork - eyes looking upwards

Gough - Irish Open, Dublin

Softly lift the Lob Serve high onto the front wall

jetbounce

Blue Star

2 Days After Injury A

Womens Final Racket Spin

"Ready" position

Open the racket face

Lob/Toss technique

Volley technique

Adrian Grant's forehand

Not the best FH Preparation

Lob Serve showing the trajectory of the ball

Backhand Parallel Wall Drive

Backhand Serve from the Right Hand Box

Closed racket is not a good idea in the back of the court

The bags were bigger than some of the players!

Zac during the warm-up

Shoulder to the target

James Willstrop backhand racket preparation

Clear the ball or take the penalty

How to practice the kill shot

Back court footwork for a down the line shot

Palmer - Backhand Overhead Volley

Gaultier preparing for a powerful shot

Lincou - Low Forehand down the line

Palmer and Lincou at 13-all

Court construction Argentina Masters 09

Ken;Keith;Heather;Jean - Icons from the Archives of Squash

The two wall boast should die in the nick

Bend the knees, firm wrist, control the racket face

Start the swing with an open face so that the contact point is still open

The V formed by the thumb & forefinger points to the left shoulder

Consistent preparation

On your toes - knees flexed, as the opponent is ready to strike the ball

Keep your eye on the ball at all times

Early Preparation & Feet positioning

Change the pace and direction of the ball

On your toes - Watch the ball

Always try to get in position before the opponent strikes the ball

Back from Europe

Final Day Australian Junior Age 2007

Hall of Fame inductees from left, Ken Hiscoe, Sarah FitzGerald, Geoff Hunt, Heather MacKay, Michelle

Bend the knees/get down under the ball for the back court lob.

A good shot of the racket head and forearm just PRIOR to pronation.

The open stance provides greater margin for error in positioning and strokeplay

Get down low and get the racket under the ball for an effective lob/toss.

Don't play the Ref

Correct Grip will help produce consistency.

Keep the racket horizontal and bend the knees

Attempt to take the ball early - on the volley if possible.

Early preparation gives the best shot options

A lob from mid court is a good way to get the ball to length and have time to recover to the T.

Volleying will enable you to stay at the T

A high lob serve is effective as the ball "drops" on the receiver

Skipping will increase speed

Stroke to the incoming striker

Navel withdrawl is NOT making every effort

Warm up with a range of general and specific activities

Fig 1. Typical back corner position

This is the age to start hitting a ball

Compare IanMaurice;GeoffHunt&HonMember RodKemp

My Lower Back and Glute Stretch

Sore foot – regular squash player problem?

Sore foot – is it regular squash player problem?

Innersoles for Shoes

Correct Squash Grip

Inner Sole with small build up under the arch of left foot

Check the grip size

Grafton Squash Courts

Lower Back Stretch

Rhonda & Marion inducted into Qld Hall of Fame

Tall squash players?

Norman Fry & Alex Strachan at Squash Aust Awards night

Australian Open court

Mojo after a long walk.

raystrach in a rare moment of happiness - despite the obvious handicap

How many bouces allowed from rebounds?!

The Wilson nTour nCode

Test picture

A black eye is better than no eye

Is he still a competitive player?

Sarah FitzGerald (AU) & Paul Walters (iSquash Media

2 Days After Injury B

A Lob can take the pressure off the play allowing more time

Mens Final

Strive to angle the ball so it travels towards the nick area

Courrts specifically constructed for the Masters Argentina

Different Backhand

Shape to play the forehand drive - swing with a side-arm throwing action

Fig 2. Top view of position

Look at this as a contrast - This is how to do it!

Note the rotation of the forearm after striking

Champions come in all sizes. Vicki Hoffman is dwarfed by Perry Crosswaite, formar Australian Basketb

Ricketts approaching a Backhand shot, and looking like a closed stance at this stage, and with one m

Darwish Forehand follow through against ElHindi

Prevention is better than cure

Good length should land in the back corner

second pic - sole

Balls that land near the walls and corners are harder to return

Mens Presentation

Demountable courts constructed back to back Argentina Masters

Donna talking with Geoff Hunt

Chris Gordon USA Digging out a low Backhand

Fig 3. Boast from the same position

Women's Final

Backhand swing preparation

0/35 Mens Final

Fig 4. A change of angle ruins the shot

Palmer retrieves a low forehand down the line

Keith receiving O60's trophy Argentina Masters 09

Fig 5. The red feet and swing will take the ball to the front wall on the boast

Back to top

From BronwenJones - 22 Dec 2016 - 19:10

Click Below for Attached Images

Great effort WISPA !

See this grip

Squash Cannon

Court Scenario FL Drop

Keep away from the side and back wall to return service

Adrian Grant (ENG) balanced and ready to take off

Dan Jenson and Craig Rowland - Caboolture Open 06

Natallie in flight for the volley

Zac Alexander (AU No. 2 U/19) and Anthony Ricketts

Shabana overhead volley backswing

Olli at Swedish Open - Needs plenty of room

Olli at Swedish Open - Needs plenty of room

Alistair Walker

Wheel chair fitness incredible

The high elbow closes the racket face - not desirable

Won British Open 1975

Geoff Hunt at age 31 had won 5 World Titles

If it is safe, take advantage of the situation - a boast would be perfect in this example

Drive & Boast - striving to angle the ball towards the nick area

Firstly try to master the correct grip

A shorter lever makes the racket feel like an extension of the hand

Solo practice grooves in the grip and swing

Serve stance and angle of ball toss

Strive to get the balls to land in the corners

Leave plenty of room to swing, leaving room between the body and the side wall

Eyewear helps prevent eye injuries

This routine will help develop shot variation

Dan Jenson Backhand Preparation

Kasey Brown - Racket face is open

David Palmer Forehand Footwork - eyes looking upwards

Gough - Irish Open, Dublin

Softly lift the Lob Serve high onto the front wall

jetbounce

Blue Star

2 Days After Injury A

Womens Final Racket Spin

"Ready" position

Open the racket face

Lob/Toss technique

Volley technique

Adrian Grant's forehand

Not the best FH Preparation

Lob Serve showing the trajectory of the ball

Backhand Parallel Wall Drive

Backhand Serve from the Right Hand Box

Closed racket is not a good idea in the back of the court

The bags were bigger than some of the players!

Zac during the warm-up

Shoulder to the target

James Willstrop backhand racket preparation

Clear the ball or take the penalty

How to practice the kill shot

Back court footwork for a down the line shot

Palmer - Backhand Overhead Volley

Gaultier preparing for a powerful shot

Lincou - Low Forehand down the line

Palmer and Lincou at 13-all

Court construction Argentina Masters 09

Ken;Keith;Heather;Jean - Icons from the Archives of Squash

The two wall boast should die in the nick

Bend the knees, firm wrist, control the racket face

Start the swing with an open face so that the contact point is still open

The V formed by the thumb & forefinger points to the left shoulder

Consistent preparation

On your toes - knees flexed, as the opponent is ready to strike the ball

Keep your eye on the ball at all times

Early Preparation & Feet positioning

Change the pace and direction of the ball

On your toes - Watch the ball

Always try to get in position before the opponent strikes the ball

Back from Europe

Final Day Australian Junior Age 2007

Hall of Fame inductees from left, Ken Hiscoe, Sarah FitzGerald, Geoff Hunt, Heather MacKay, Michelle

Bend the knees/get down under the ball for the back court lob.

A good shot of the racket head and forearm just PRIOR to pronation.

The open stance provides greater margin for error in positioning and strokeplay

Get down low and get the racket under the ball for an effective lob/toss.

Don't play the Ref

Correct Grip will help produce consistency.

Keep the racket horizontal and bend the knees

Attempt to take the ball early - on the volley if possible.

Early preparation gives the best shot options

A lob from mid court is a good way to get the ball to length and have time to recover to the T.

Volleying will enable you to stay at the T

A high lob serve is effective as the ball "drops" on the receiver

Skipping will increase speed

Stroke to the incoming striker

Navel withdrawl is NOT making every effort

Warm up with a range of general and specific activities

Fig 1. Typical back corner position

This is the age to start hitting a ball

Compare IanMaurice;GeoffHunt&HonMember RodKemp

My Lower Back and Glute Stretch

Sore foot – regular squash player problem?

Sore foot – is it regular squash player problem?

Innersoles for Shoes

Correct Squash Grip

Inner Sole with small build up under the arch of left foot

Check the grip size

Grafton Squash Courts

Lower Back Stretch

Rhonda & Marion inducted into Qld Hall of Fame

Tall squash players?

Norman Fry & Alex Strachan at Squash Aust Awards night

Australian Open court

Mojo after a long walk.

raystrach in a rare moment of happiness - despite the obvious handicap

How many bouces allowed from rebounds?!

The Wilson nTour nCode

Test picture

A black eye is better than no eye

Is he still a competitive player?

Sarah FitzGerald (AU) & Paul Walters (iSquash Media

2 Days After Injury B

A Lob can take the pressure off the play allowing more time

Mens Final

Strive to angle the ball so it travels towards the nick area

Courrts specifically constructed for the Masters Argentina

Different Backhand

Shape to play the forehand drive - swing with a side-arm throwing action

Fig 2. Top view of position

Look at this as a contrast - This is how to do it!

Note the rotation of the forearm after striking

Champions come in all sizes. Vicki Hoffman is dwarfed by Perry Crosswaite, formar Australian Basketb

Ricketts approaching a Backhand shot, and looking like a closed stance at this stage, and with one m

Darwish Forehand follow through against ElHindi

Prevention is better than cure

Good length should land in the back corner

second pic - sole

Balls that land near the walls and corners are harder to return

Mens Presentation

Demountable courts constructed back to back Argentina Masters

Donna talking with Geoff Hunt

Chris Gordon USA Digging out a low Backhand

Fig 3. Boast from the same position

Women's Final

Backhand swing preparation

0/35 Mens Final

Fig 4. A change of angle ruins the shot

Palmer retrieves a low forehand down the line

Keith receiving O60's trophy Argentina Masters 09

Fig 5. The red feet and swing will take the ball to the front wall on the boast

Back to top

From BronwenJones - 22 Dec 2016 - 19:10

Click Below for Attached Images

Great effort WISPA !

See this grip

Squash Cannon

Court Scenario FL Drop

Keep away from the side and back wall to return service

Adrian Grant (ENG) balanced and ready to take off

Dan Jenson and Craig Rowland - Caboolture Open 06

Natallie in flight for the volley

Zac Alexander (AU No. 2 U/19) and Anthony Ricketts

Shabana overhead volley backswing

Olli at Swedish Open - Needs plenty of room

Olli at Swedish Open - Needs plenty of room

Alistair Walker

Wheel chair fitness incredible

The high elbow closes the racket face - not desirable

Won British Open 1975

Geoff Hunt at age 31 had won 5 World Titles

If it is safe, take advantage of the situation - a boast would be perfect in this example

Drive & Boast - striving to angle the ball towards the nick area

Firstly try to master the correct grip

A shorter lever makes the racket feel like an extension of the hand

Solo practice grooves in the grip and swing

Serve stance and angle of ball toss

Strive to get the balls to land in the corners

Leave plenty of room to swing, leaving room between the body and the side wall

Eyewear helps prevent eye injuries

This routine will help develop shot variation

Dan Jenson Backhand Preparation

Kasey Brown - Racket face is open

David Palmer Forehand Footwork - eyes looking upwards

Gough - Irish Open, Dublin

Softly lift the Lob Serve high onto the front wall

jetbounce

Blue Star

2 Days After Injury A

Womens Final Racket Spin

"Ready" position

Open the racket face

Lob/Toss technique

Volley technique

Adrian Grant's forehand

Not the best FH Preparation

Lob Serve showing the trajectory of the ball

Backhand Parallel Wall Drive

Backhand Serve from the Right Hand Box

Closed racket is not a good idea in the back of the court

The bags were bigger than some of the players!

Zac during the warm-up

Shoulder to the target

James Willstrop backhand racket preparation

Clear the ball or take the penalty

How to practice the kill shot

Back court footwork for a down the line shot

Palmer - Backhand Overhead Volley

Gaultier preparing for a powerful shot

Lincou - Low Forehand down the line

Palmer and Lincou at 13-all

Court construction Argentina Masters 09

Ken;Keith;Heather;Jean - Icons from the Archives of Squash

The two wall boast should die in the nick

Bend the knees, firm wrist, control the racket face

Start the swing with an open face so that the contact point is still open

The V formed by the thumb & forefinger points to the left shoulder

Consistent preparation

On your toes - knees flexed, as the opponent is ready to strike the ball

Keep your eye on the ball at all times

Early Preparation & Feet positioning

Change the pace and direction of the ball

On your toes - Watch the ball

Always try to get in position before the opponent strikes the ball

Back from Europe

Final Day Australian Junior Age 2007

Hall of Fame inductees from left, Ken Hiscoe, Sarah FitzGerald, Geoff Hunt, Heather MacKay, Michelle

Bend the knees/get down under the ball for the back court lob.

A good shot of the racket head and forearm just PRIOR to pronation.

The open stance provides greater margin for error in positioning and strokeplay

Get down low and get the racket under the ball for an effective lob/toss.

Don't play the Ref

Correct Grip will help produce consistency.

Keep the racket horizontal and bend the knees

Attempt to take the ball early - on the volley if possible.

Early preparation gives the best shot options

A lob from mid court is a good way to get the ball to length and have time to recover to the T.

Volleying will enable you to stay at the T

A high lob serve is effective as the ball "drops" on the receiver

Skipping will increase speed

Stroke to the incoming striker

Navel withdrawl is NOT making every effort

Warm up with a range of general and specific activities

Fig 1. Typical back corner position

This is the age to start hitting a ball

Compare IanMaurice;GeoffHunt&HonMember RodKemp

My Lower Back and Glute Stretch

Sore foot – regular squash player problem?

Sore foot – is it regular squash player problem?

Innersoles for Shoes

Correct Squash Grip

Inner Sole with small build up under the arch of left foot

Check the grip size

Grafton Squash Courts

Lower Back Stretch

Rhonda & Marion inducted into Qld Hall of Fame

Tall squash players?

Norman Fry & Alex Strachan at Squash Aust Awards night

Australian Open court

Mojo after a long walk.

raystrach in a rare moment of happiness - despite the obvious handicap

How many bouces allowed from rebounds?!

The Wilson nTour nCode

Test picture

A black eye is better than no eye

Is he still a competitive player?

Sarah FitzGerald (AU) & Paul Walters (iSquash Media

2 Days After Injury B

A Lob can take the pressure off the play allowing more time

Mens Final

Strive to angle the ball so it travels towards the nick area

Courrts specifically constructed for the Masters Argentina

Different Backhand

Shape to play the forehand drive - swing with a side-arm throwing action

Fig 2. Top view of position

Look at this as a contrast - This is how to do it!

Note the rotation of the forearm after striking

Champions come in all sizes. Vicki Hoffman is dwarfed by Perry Crosswaite, formar Australian Basketb

Ricketts approaching a Backhand shot, and looking like a closed stance at this stage, and with one m

Darwish Forehand follow through against ElHindi

Prevention is better than cure

Good length should land in the back corner

second pic - sole

Balls that land near the walls and corners are harder to return

Mens Presentation

Demountable courts constructed back to back Argentina Masters

Donna talking with Geoff Hunt

Chris Gordon USA Digging out a low Backhand

Fig 3. Boast from the same position

Women's Final

Backhand swing preparation

0/35 Mens Final

Fig 4. A change of angle ruins the shot

Palmer retrieves a low forehand down the line

Keith receiving O60's trophy Argentina Masters 09

Fig 5. The red feet and swing will take the ball to the front wall on the boast

Back to top

From BronwenJones - 22 Dec 2016 - 19:10

Click Below for Attached Images

Great effort WISPA !

See this grip

Squash Cannon

Court Scenario FL Drop

Keep away from the side and back wall to return service

Adrian Grant (ENG) balanced and ready to take off

Dan Jenson and Craig Rowland - Caboolture Open 06

Natallie in flight for the volley

Zac Alexander (AU No. 2 U/19) and Anthony Ricketts

Shabana overhead volley backswing

Olli at Swedish Open - Needs plenty of room

Olli at Swedish Open - Needs plenty of room

Alistair Walker

Wheel chair fitness incredible

The high elbow closes the racket face - not desirable

Won British Open 1975

Geoff Hunt at age 31 had won 5 World Titles

If it is safe, take advantage of the situation - a boast would be perfect in this example

Drive & Boast - striving to angle the ball towards the nick area

Firstly try to master the correct grip

A shorter lever makes the racket feel like an extension of the hand

Solo practice grooves in the grip and swing

Serve stance and angle of ball toss

Strive to get the balls to land in the corners

Leave plenty of room to swing, leaving room between the body and the side wall

Eyewear helps prevent eye injuries

This routine will help develop shot variation

Dan Jenson Backhand Preparation

Kasey Brown - Racket face is open

David Palmer Forehand Footwork - eyes looking upwards

Gough - Irish Open, Dublin

Softly lift the Lob Serve high onto the front wall

jetbounce

Blue Star

2 Days After Injury A

Womens Final Racket Spin

"Ready" position

Open the racket face

Lob/Toss technique

Volley technique

Adrian Grant's forehand

Not the best FH Preparation

Lob Serve showing the trajectory of the ball

Backhand Parallel Wall Drive

Backhand Serve from the Right Hand Box

Closed racket is not a good idea in the back of the court

The bags were bigger than some of the players!

Zac during the warm-up

Shoulder to the target

James Willstrop backhand racket preparation

Clear the ball or take the penalty

How to practice the kill shot

Back court footwork for a down the line shot

Palmer - Backhand Overhead Volley

Gaultier preparing for a powerful shot

Lincou - Low Forehand down the line

Palmer and Lincou at 13-all

Court construction Argentina Masters 09

Ken;Keith;Heather;Jean - Icons from the Archives of Squash

The two wall boast should die in the nick

Bend the knees, firm wrist, control the racket face

Start the swing with an open face so that the contact point is still open

The V formed by the thumb & forefinger points to the left shoulder

Consistent preparation

On your toes - knees flexed, as the opponent is ready to strike the ball

Keep your eye on the ball at all times

Early Preparation & Feet positioning

Change the pace and direction of the ball

On your toes - Watch the ball

Always try to get in position before the opponent strikes the ball

Back from Europe

Final Day Australian Junior Age 2007

Hall of Fame inductees from left, Ken Hiscoe, Sarah FitzGerald, Geoff Hunt, Heather MacKay, Michelle

Bend the knees/get down under the ball for the back court lob.

A good shot of the racket head and forearm just PRIOR to pronation.

The open stance provides greater margin for error in positioning and strokeplay

Get down low and get the racket under the ball for an effective lob/toss.

Don't play the Ref

Correct Grip will help produce consistency.

Keep the racket horizontal and bend the knees

Attempt to take the ball early - on the volley if possible.

Early preparation gives the best shot options

A lob from mid court is a good way to get the ball to length and have time to recover to the T.

Volleying will enable you to stay at the T

A high lob serve is effective as the ball "drops" on the receiver

Skipping will increase speed

Stroke to the incoming striker

Navel withdrawl is NOT making every effort

Warm up with a range of general and specific activities

Fig 1. Typical back corner position

This is the age to start hitting a ball

Compare IanMaurice;GeoffHunt&HonMember RodKemp

My Lower Back and Glute Stretch

Sore foot – regular squash player problem?

Sore foot – is it regular squash player problem?

Innersoles for Shoes

Correct Squash Grip

Inner Sole with small build up under the arch of left foot

Check the grip size

Grafton Squash Courts

Lower Back Stretch

Rhonda & Marion inducted into Qld Hall of Fame

Tall squash players?

Norman Fry & Alex Strachan at Squash Aust Awards night

Australian Open court

Mojo after a long walk.

raystrach in a rare moment of happiness - despite the obvious handicap

How many bouces allowed from rebounds?!

The Wilson nTour nCode

Test picture

A black eye is better than no eye

Is he still a competitive player?

Sarah FitzGerald (AU) & Paul Walters (iSquash Media

2 Days After Injury B

A Lob can take the pressure off the play allowing more time

Mens Final

Strive to angle the ball so it travels towards the nick area

Courrts specifically constructed for the Masters Argentina

Different Backhand

Shape to play the forehand drive - swing with a side-arm throwing action

Fig 2. Top view of position

Look at this as a contrast - This is how to do it!

Note the rotation of the forearm after striking

Champions come in all sizes. Vicki Hoffman is dwarfed by Perry Crosswaite, formar Australian Basketb

Ricketts approaching a Backhand shot, and looking like a closed stance at this stage, and with one m

Darwish Forehand follow through against ElHindi

Prevention is better than cure

Good length should land in the back corner

second pic - sole

Balls that land near the walls and corners are harder to return

Mens Presentation

Demountable courts constructed back to back Argentina Masters

Donna talking with Geoff Hunt

Chris Gordon USA Digging out a low Backhand

Fig 3. Boast from the same position

Women's Final

Backhand swing preparation

0/35 Mens Final

Fig 4. A change of angle ruins the shot

Palmer retrieves a low forehand down the line

Keith receiving O60's trophy Argentina Masters 09

Fig 5. The red feet and swing will take the ball to the front wall on the boast

Back to top

From BronwenJones - 22 Dec 2016 - 19:10

Click Below for Attached Images

Great effort WISPA !

See this grip

Squash Cannon

Court Scenario FL Drop

Keep away from the side and back wall to return service

Adrian Grant (ENG) balanced and ready to take off

Dan Jenson and Craig Rowland - Caboolture Open 06

Natallie in flight for the volley

Zac Alexander (AU No. 2 U/19) and Anthony Ricketts

Shabana overhead volley backswing

Olli at Swedish Open - Needs plenty of room

Olli at Swedish Open - Needs plenty of room

Alistair Walker

Wheel chair fitness incredible

The high elbow closes the racket face - not desirable

Won British Open 1975

Geoff Hunt at age 31 had won 5 World Titles

If it is safe, take advantage of the situation - a boast would be perfect in this example

Drive & Boast - striving to angle the ball towards the nick area

Firstly try to master the correct grip

A shorter lever makes the racket feel like an extension of the hand

Solo practice grooves in the grip and swing

Serve stance and angle of ball toss

Strive to get the balls to land in the corners

Leave plenty of room to swing, leaving room between the body and the side wall

Eyewear helps prevent eye injuries

This routine will help develop shot variation

Dan Jenson Backhand Preparation

Kasey Brown - Racket face is open

David Palmer Forehand Footwork - eyes looking upwards

Gough - Irish Open, Dublin

Softly lift the Lob Serve high onto the front wall

jetbounce

Blue Star

2 Days After Injury A

Womens Final Racket Spin

"Ready" position

Open the racket face

Lob/Toss technique

Volley technique

Adrian Grant's forehand

Not the best FH Preparation

Lob Serve showing the trajectory of the ball

Backhand Parallel Wall Drive

Backhand Serve from the Right Hand Box

Closed racket is not a good idea in the back of the court

The bags were bigger than some of the players!

Zac during the warm-up

Shoulder to the target

James Willstrop backhand racket preparation

Clear the ball or take the penalty

How to practice the kill shot

Back court footwork for a down the line shot

Palmer - Backhand Overhead Volley

Gaultier preparing for a powerful shot

Lincou - Low Forehand down the line

Palmer and Lincou at 13-all

Court construction Argentina Masters 09

Ken;Keith;Heather;Jean - Icons from the Archives of Squash

The two wall boast should die in the nick

Bend the knees, firm wrist, control the racket face

Start the swing with an open face so that the contact point is still open

The V formed by the thumb & forefinger points to the left shoulder

Consistent preparation

On your toes - knees flexed, as the opponent is ready to strike the ball

Keep your eye on the ball at all times

Early Preparation & Feet positioning

Change the pace and direction of the ball

On your toes - Watch the ball

Always try to get in position before the opponent strikes the ball

Back from Europe

Final Day Australian Junior Age 2007

Hall of Fame inductees from left, Ken Hiscoe, Sarah FitzGerald, Geoff Hunt, Heather MacKay, Michelle

Bend the knees/get down under the ball for the back court lob.

A good shot of the racket head and forearm just PRIOR to pronation.

The open stance provides greater margin for error in positioning and strokeplay

Get down low and get the racket under the ball for an effective lob/toss.

Don't play the Ref

Correct Grip will help produce consistency.

Keep the racket horizontal and bend the knees

Attempt to take the ball early - on the volley if possible.

Early preparation gives the best shot options

A lob from mid court is a good way to get the ball to length and have time to recover to the T.

Volleying will enable you to stay at the T

A high lob serve is effective as the ball "drops" on the receiver

Skipping will increase speed

Stroke to the incoming striker

Navel withdrawl is NOT making every effort

Warm up with a range of general and specific activities

Fig 1. Typical back corner position

This is the age to start hitting a ball

Compare IanMaurice;GeoffHunt&HonMember RodKemp

My Lower Back and Glute Stretch

Sore foot – regular squash player problem?

Sore foot – is it regular squash player problem?

Innersoles for Shoes

Correct Squash Grip

Inner Sole with small build up under the arch of left foot

Check the grip size

Grafton Squash Courts

Lower Back Stretch

Rhonda & Marion inducted into Qld Hall of Fame

Tall squash players?

Norman Fry & Alex Strachan at Squash Aust Awards night

Australian Open court

Mojo after a long walk.

raystrach in a rare moment of happiness - despite the obvious handicap

How many bouces allowed from rebounds?!

The Wilson nTour nCode

Test picture

A black eye is better than no eye

Is he still a competitive player?

Sarah FitzGerald (AU) & Paul Walters (iSquash Media

2 Days After Injury B

A Lob can take the pressure off the play allowing more time

Mens Final

Strive to angle the ball so it travels towards the nick area

Courrts specifically constructed for the Masters Argentina

Different Backhand

Shape to play the forehand drive - swing with a side-arm throwing action

Fig 2. Top view of position

Look at this as a contrast - This is how to do it!

Note the rotation of the forearm after striking

Champions come in all sizes. Vicki Hoffman is dwarfed by Perry Crosswaite, formar Australian Basketb

Ricketts approaching a Backhand shot, and looking like a closed stance at this stage, and with one m

Darwish Forehand follow through against ElHindi

Prevention is better than cure

Good length should land in the back corner

second pic - sole

Balls that land near the walls and corners are harder to return

Mens Presentation

Demountable courts constructed back to back Argentina Masters

Donna talking with Geoff Hunt

Chris Gordon USA Digging out a low Backhand

Fig 3. Boast from the same position

Women's Final

Backhand swing preparation

0/35 Mens Final

Fig 4. A change of angle ruins the shot

Palmer retrieves a low forehand down the line

Keith receiving O60's trophy Argentina Masters 09

Fig 5. The red feet and swing will take the ball to the front wall on the boast

Back to top

From BronwenJones - 22 Dec 2016 - 19:10

Click Below for Attached Images

Great effort WISPA !

See this grip

Squash Cannon

Court Scenario FL Drop

Keep away from the side and back wall to return service

Adrian Grant (ENG) balanced and ready to take off

Dan Jenson and Craig Rowland - Caboolture Open 06

Natallie in flight for the volley

Zac Alexander (AU No. 2 U/19) and Anthony Ricketts

Shabana overhead volley backswing

Olli at Swedish Open - Needs plenty of room

Olli at Swedish Open - Needs plenty of room

Alistair Walker

Wheel chair fitness incredible

The high elbow closes the racket face - not desirable

Won British Open 1975

Geoff Hunt at age 31 had won 5 World Titles

If it is safe, take advantage of the situation - a boast would be perfect in this example

Drive & Boast - striving to angle the ball towards the nick area

Firstly try to master the correct grip

A shorter lever makes the racket feel like an extension of the hand

Solo practice grooves in the grip and swing

Serve stance and angle of ball toss

Strive to get the balls to land in the corners

Leave plenty of room to swing, leaving room between the body and the side wall

Eyewear helps prevent eye injuries

This routine will help develop shot variation

Dan Jenson Backhand Preparation

Kasey Brown - Racket face is open

David Palmer Forehand Footwork - eyes looking upwards

Gough - Irish Open, Dublin

Softly lift the Lob Serve high onto the front wall

jetbounce

Blue Star

2 Days After Injury A

Womens Final Racket Spin

"Ready" position

Open the racket face

Lob/Toss technique

Volley technique

Adrian Grant's forehand

Not the best FH Preparation

Lob Serve showing the trajectory of the ball

Backhand Parallel Wall Drive

Backhand Serve from the Right Hand Box

Closed racket is not a good idea in the back of the court

The bags were bigger than some of the players!

Zac during the warm-up

Shoulder to the target

James Willstrop backhand racket preparation

Clear the ball or take the penalty

How to practice the kill shot

Back court footwork for a down the line shot

Palmer - Backhand Overhead Volley

Gaultier preparing for a powerful shot

Lincou - Low Forehand down the line

Palmer and Lincou at 13-all

Court construction Argentina Masters 09

Ken;Keith;Heather;Jean - Icons from the Archives of Squash

The two wall boast should die in the nick

Bend the knees, firm wrist, control the racket face

Start the swing with an open face so that the contact point is still open

The V formed by the thumb & forefinger points to the left shoulder

Consistent preparation

On your toes - knees flexed, as the opponent is ready to strike the ball

Keep your eye on the ball at all times

Early Preparation & Feet positioning

Change the pace and direction of the ball

On your toes - Watch the ball

Always try to get in position before the opponent strikes the ball

Back from Europe

Final Day Australian Junior Age 2007

Hall of Fame inductees from left, Ken Hiscoe, Sarah FitzGerald, Geoff Hunt, Heather MacKay, Michelle

Bend the knees/get down under the ball for the back court lob.

A good shot of the racket head and forearm just PRIOR to pronation.

The open stance provides greater margin for error in positioning and strokeplay

Get down low and get the racket under the ball for an effective lob/toss.

Don't play the Ref

Correct Grip will help produce consistency.

Keep the racket horizontal and bend the knees

Attempt to take the ball early - on the volley if possible.

Early preparation gives the best shot options

A lob from mid court is a good way to get the ball to length and have time to recover to the T.

Volleying will enable you to stay at the T

A high lob serve is effective as the ball "drops" on the receiver

Skipping will increase speed

Stroke to the incoming striker

Navel withdrawl is NOT making every effort

Warm up with a range of general and specific activities

Fig 1. Typical back corner position

This is the age to start hitting a ball

Compare IanMaurice;GeoffHunt&HonMember RodKemp

My Lower Back and Glute Stretch

Sore foot – regular squash player problem?

Sore foot – is it regular squash player problem?

Innersoles for Shoes

Correct Squash Grip

Inner Sole with small build up under the arch of left foot

Check the grip size

Grafton Squash Courts

Lower Back Stretch

Rhonda & Marion inducted into Qld Hall of Fame

Tall squash players?

Norman Fry & Alex Strachan at Squash Aust Awards night

Australian Open court

Mojo after a long walk.

raystrach in a rare moment of happiness - despite the obvious handicap

How many bouces allowed from rebounds?!

The Wilson nTour nCode

Test picture

A black eye is better than no eye

Is he still a competitive player?

Sarah FitzGerald (AU) & Paul Walters (iSquash Media

2 Days After Injury B

A Lob can take the pressure off the play allowing more time

Mens Final

Strive to angle the ball so it travels towards the nick area

Courrts specifically constructed for the Masters Argentina

Different Backhand

Shape to play the forehand drive - swing with a side-arm throwing action

Fig 2. Top view of position

Look at this as a contrast - This is how to do it!

Note the rotation of the forearm after striking

Champions come in all sizes. Vicki Hoffman is dwarfed by Perry Crosswaite, formar Australian Basketb

Ricketts approaching a Backhand shot, and looking like a closed stance at this stage, and with one m

Darwish Forehand follow through against ElHindi

Prevention is better than cure

Good length should land in the back corner

second pic - sole

Balls that land near the walls and corners are harder to return

Mens Presentation

Demountable courts constructed back to back Argentina Masters

Donna talking with Geoff Hunt

Chris Gordon USA Digging out a low Backhand

Fig 3. Boast from the same position

Women's Final

Backhand swing preparation

0/35 Mens Final

Fig 4. A change of angle ruins the shot

Palmer retrieves a low forehand down the line

Keith receiving O60's trophy Argentina Masters 09

Fig 5. The red feet and swing will take the ball to the front wall on the boast

Back to top

From BronwenJones - 22 Dec 2016 - 19:10

Click Below for Attached Images

Great effort WISPA !

See this grip

Squash Cannon

Court Scenario FL Drop

Keep away from the side and back wall to return service

Adrian Grant (ENG) balanced and ready to take off

Dan Jenson and Craig Rowland - Caboolture Open 06

Natallie in flight for the volley

Zac Alexander (AU No. 2 U/19) and Anthony Ricketts

Shabana overhead volley backswing

Olli at Swedish Open - Needs plenty of room

Olli at Swedish Open - Needs plenty of room

Alistair Walker

Wheel chair fitness incredible

The high elbow closes the racket face - not desirable

Won British Open 1975

Geoff Hunt at age 31 had won 5 World Titles

If it is safe, take advantage of the situation - a boast would be perfect in this example

Drive & Boast - striving to angle the ball towards the nick area

Firstly try to master the correct grip

A shorter lever makes the racket feel like an extension of the hand

Solo practice grooves in the grip and swing

Serve stance and angle of ball toss

Strive to get the balls to land in the corners

Leave plenty of room to swing, leaving room between the body and the side wall

Eyewear helps prevent eye injuries

This routine will help develop shot variation

Dan Jenson Backhand Preparation

Kasey Brown - Racket face is open

David Palmer Forehand Footwork - eyes looking upwards

Gough - Irish Open, Dublin

Softly lift the Lob Serve high onto the front wall

jetbounce

Blue Star

2 Days After Injury A

Womens Final Racket Spin

"Ready" position

Open the racket face

Lob/Toss technique

Volley technique

Adrian Grant's forehand

Not the best FH Preparation

Lob Serve showing the trajectory of the ball

Backhand Parallel Wall Drive

Backhand Serve from the Right Hand Box

Closed racket is not a good idea in the back of the court

The bags were bigger than some of the players!

Zac during the warm-up

Shoulder to the target

James Willstrop backhand racket preparation

Clear the ball or take the penalty

How to practice the kill shot

Back court footwork for a down the line shot

Palmer - Backhand Overhead Volley

Gaultier preparing for a powerful shot

Lincou - Low Forehand down the line

Palmer and Lincou at 13-all

Court construction Argentina Masters 09

Ken;Keith;Heather;Jean - Icons from the Archives of Squash

The two wall boast should die in the nick

Bend the knees, firm wrist, control the racket face

Start the swing with an open face so that the contact point is still open

The V formed by the thumb & forefinger points to the left shoulder

Consistent preparation

On your toes - knees flexed, as the opponent is ready to strike the ball

Keep your eye on the ball at all times

Early Preparation & Feet positioning

Change the pace and direction of the ball

On your toes - Watch the ball

Always try to get in position before the opponent strikes the ball

Back from Europe

Final Day Australian Junior Age 2007

Hall of Fame inductees from left, Ken Hiscoe, Sarah FitzGerald, Geoff Hunt, Heather MacKay, Michelle

Bend the knees/get down under the ball for the back court lob.

A good shot of the racket head and forearm just PRIOR to pronation.

The open stance provides greater margin for error in positioning and strokeplay

Get down low and get the racket under the ball for an effective lob/toss.

Don't play the Ref

Correct Grip will help produce consistency.

Keep the racket horizontal and bend the knees

Attempt to take the ball early - on the volley if possible.

Early preparation gives the best shot options

A lob from mid court is a good way to get the ball to length and have time to recover to the T.

Volleying will enable you to stay at the T

A high lob serve is effective as the ball "drops" on the receiver

Skipping will increase speed

Stroke to the incoming striker

Navel withdrawl is NOT making every effort

Warm up with a range of general and specific activities

Fig 1. Typical back corner position

This is the age to start hitting a ball

Compare IanMaurice;GeoffHunt&HonMember RodKemp

My Lower Back and Glute Stretch

Sore foot – regular squash player problem?

Sore foot – is it regular squash player problem?

Innersoles for Shoes

Correct Squash Grip

Inner Sole with small build up under the arch of left foot

Check the grip size

Grafton Squash Courts

Lower Back Stretch

Rhonda & Marion inducted into Qld Hall of Fame

Tall squash players?

Norman Fry & Alex Strachan at Squash Aust Awards night

Australian Open court

Mojo after a long walk.

raystrach in a rare moment of happiness - despite the obvious handicap

How many bouces allowed from rebounds?!

The Wilson nTour nCode

Test picture

A black eye is better than no eye

Is he still a competitive player?

Sarah FitzGerald (AU) & Paul Walters (iSquash Media

2 Days After Injury B

A Lob can take the pressure off the play allowing more time

Mens Final

Strive to angle the ball so it travels towards the nick area

Courrts specifically constructed for the Masters Argentina

Different Backhand

Shape to play the forehand drive - swing with a side-arm throwing action

Fig 2. Top view of position

Look at this as a contrast - This is how to do it!

Note the rotation of the forearm after striking

Champions come in all sizes. Vicki Hoffman is dwarfed by Perry Crosswaite, formar Australian Basketb

Ricketts approaching a Backhand shot, and looking like a closed stance at this stage, and with one m

Darwish Forehand follow through against ElHindi

Prevention is better than cure

Good length should land in the back corner

second pic - sole

Balls that land near the walls and corners are harder to return

Mens Presentation

Demountable courts constructed back to back Argentina Masters

Donna talking with Geoff Hunt

Chris Gordon USA Digging out a low Backhand

Fig 3. Boast from the same position

Women's Final

Backhand swing preparation

0/35 Mens Final

Fig 4. A change of angle ruins the shot

Palmer retrieves a low forehand down the line

Keith receiving O60's trophy Argentina Masters 09

Fig 5. The red feet and swing will take the ball to the front wall on the boast

Back to top

From BronwenJones - 22 Dec 2016 - 19:10

Click Below for Attached Images

Great effort WISPA !

See this grip

Squash Cannon

Court Scenario FL Drop

Keep away from the side and back wall to return service

Adrian Grant (ENG) balanced and ready to take off

Dan Jenson and Craig Rowland - Caboolture Open 06

Natallie in flight for the volley

Zac Alexander (AU No. 2 U/19) and Anthony Ricketts

Shabana overhead volley backswing

Olli at Swedish Open - Needs plenty of room

Olli at Swedish Open - Needs plenty of room

Alistair Walker

Wheel chair fitness incredible

The high elbow closes the racket face - not desirable

Won British Open 1975

Geoff Hunt at age 31 had won 5 World Titles

If it is safe, take advantage of the situation - a boast would be perfect in this example

Drive & Boast - striving to angle the ball towards the nick area

Firstly try to master the correct grip

A shorter lever makes the racket feel like an extension of the hand

Solo practice grooves in the grip and swing

Serve stance and angle of ball toss

Strive to get the balls to land in the corners

Leave plenty of room to swing, leaving room between the body and the side wall

Eyewear helps prevent eye injuries

This routine will help develop shot variation

Dan Jenson Backhand Preparation

Kasey Brown - Racket face is open

David Palmer Forehand Footwork - eyes looking upwards

Gough - Irish Open, Dublin

Softly lift the Lob Serve high onto the front wall

jetbounce

Blue Star

2 Days After Injury A

Womens Final Racket Spin

"Ready" position

Open the racket face

Lob/Toss technique

Volley technique

Adrian Grant's forehand

Not the best FH Preparation

Lob Serve showing the trajectory of the ball

Backhand Parallel Wall Drive

Backhand Serve from the Right Hand Box

Closed racket is not a good idea in the back of the court

The bags were bigger than some of the players!

Zac during the warm-up

Shoulder to the target

James Willstrop backhand racket preparation

Clear the ball or take the penalty

How to practice the kill shot

Back court footwork for a down the line shot

Palmer - Backhand Overhead Volley

Gaultier preparing for a powerful shot

Lincou - Low Forehand down the line

Palmer and Lincou at 13-all

Court construction Argentina Masters 09

Ken;Keith;Heather;Jean - Icons from the Archives of Squash

The two wall boast should die in the nick

Bend the knees, firm wrist, control the racket face

Start the swing with an open face so that the contact point is still open

The V formed by the thumb & forefinger points to the left shoulder

Consistent preparation

On your toes - knees flexed, as the opponent is ready to strike the ball

Keep your eye on the ball at all times

Early Preparation & Feet positioning

Change the pace and direction of the ball

On your toes - Watch the ball

Always try to get in position before the opponent strikes the ball

Back from Europe

Final Day Australian Junior Age 2007

Hall of Fame inductees from left, Ken Hiscoe, Sarah FitzGerald, Geoff Hunt, Heather MacKay, Michelle

Bend the knees/get down under the ball for the back court lob.

A good shot of the racket head and forearm just PRIOR to pronation.

The open stance provides greater margin for error in positioning and strokeplay

Get down low and get the racket under the ball for an effective lob/toss.

Don't play the Ref

Correct Grip will help produce consistency.

Keep the racket horizontal and bend the knees

Attempt to take the ball early - on the volley if possible.

Early preparation gives the best shot options

A lob from mid court is a good way to get the ball to length and have time to recover to the T.

Volleying will enable you to stay at the T

A high lob serve is effective as the ball "drops" on the receiver

Skipping will increase speed

Stroke to the incoming striker

Navel withdrawl is NOT making every effort

Warm up with a range of general and specific activities

Fig 1. Typical back corner position

This is the age to start hitting a ball

Compare IanMaurice;GeoffHunt&HonMember RodKemp

My Lower Back and Glute Stretch

Sore foot – regular squash player problem?

Sore foot – is it regular squash player problem?

Innersoles for Shoes

Correct Squash Grip

Inner Sole with small build up under the arch of left foot

Check the grip size

Grafton Squash Courts

Lower Back Stretch

Rhonda & Marion inducted into Qld Hall of Fame

Tall squash players?

Norman Fry & Alex Strachan at Squash Aust Awards night

Australian Open court

Mojo after a long walk.

raystrach in a rare moment of happiness - despite the obvious handicap

How many bouces allowed from rebounds?!

The Wilson nTour nCode

Test picture

A black eye is better than no eye

Is he still a competitive player?

Sarah FitzGerald (AU) & Paul Walters (iSquash Media

2 Days After Injury B

A Lob can take the pressure off the play allowing more time

Mens Final

Strive to angle the ball so it travels towards the nick area

Courrts specifically constructed for the Masters Argentina

Different Backhand

Shape to play the forehand drive - swing with a side-arm throwing action

Fig 2. Top view of position

Look at this as a contrast - This is how to do it!

Note the rotation of the forearm after striking

Champions come in all sizes. Vicki Hoffman is dwarfed by Perry Crosswaite, formar Australian Basketb

Ricketts approaching a Backhand shot, and looking like a closed stance at this stage, and with one m

Darwish Forehand follow through against ElHindi

Prevention is better than cure

Good length should land in the back corner

second pic - sole

Balls that land near the walls and corners are harder to return

Mens Presentation

Demountable courts constructed back to back Argentina Masters

Donna talking with Geoff Hunt

Chris Gordon USA Digging out a low Backhand

Fig 3. Boast from the same position

Women's Final

Backhand swing preparation

0/35 Mens Final

Fig 4. A change of angle ruins the shot

Palmer retrieves a low forehand down the line

Keith receiving O60's trophy Argentina Masters 09

Fig 5. The red feet and swing will take the ball to the front wall on the boast

Back to top

From BronwenJones - 22 Dec 2016 - 19:10

Click Below for Attached Images

Great effort WISPA !

See this grip

Squash Cannon

Court Scenario FL Drop

Keep away from the side and back wall to return service

Adrian Grant (ENG) balanced and ready to take off

Dan Jenson and Craig Rowland - Caboolture Open 06

Natallie in flight for the volley

Zac Alexander (AU No. 2 U/19) and Anthony Ricketts

Shabana overhead volley backswing

Olli at Swedish Open - Needs plenty of room

Olli at Swedish Open - Needs plenty of room

Alistair Walker

Wheel chair fitness incredible

The high elbow closes the racket face - not desirable

Won British Open 1975

Geoff Hunt at age 31 had won 5 World Titles

If it is safe, take advantage of the situation - a boast would be perfect in this example

Drive & Boast - striving to angle the ball towards the nick area

Firstly try to master the correct grip

A shorter lever makes the racket feel like an extension of the hand

Solo practice grooves in the grip and swing

Serve stance and angle of ball toss

Strive to get the balls to land in the corners

Leave plenty of room to swing, leaving room between the body and the side wall

Eyewear helps prevent eye injuries

This routine will help develop shot variation

Dan Jenson Backhand Preparation

Kasey Brown - Racket face is open

David Palmer Forehand Footwork - eyes looking upwards

Gough - Irish Open, Dublin

Softly lift the Lob Serve high onto the front wall

jetbounce

Blue Star

2 Days After Injury A

Womens Final Racket Spin

"Ready" position

Open the racket face

Lob/Toss technique

Volley technique

Adrian Grant's forehand

Not the best FH Preparation

Lob Serve showing the trajectory of the ball

Backhand Parallel Wall Drive

Backhand Serve from the Right Hand Box

Closed racket is not a good idea in the back of the court

The bags were bigger than some of the players!

Zac during the warm-up

Shoulder to the target

James Willstrop backhand racket preparation