When you get started in squash, there are a couple of simple shots to learn in order to start playing against an opponent. Fortunately, they’re both relatively simple to get the hang of initially, but can take years of play to perfect.
Regardless of the sport you choose, there are always a few stand out players with names that come up time and again in the history books. Squash is no exception, so let’s take a look at some of the giants of the game in years gone by.
Squash is a simple game to learn but a tough one to master. It’s been popular across Europe and especially in the UK since the 1980s, but the number of players in the USA has been growing steadily over recent decades.
When you’ve played squash for a few years, you’ll be familiar with the common questions that come up time and again with new players. One of those is how to choose a ball, so today we’re going to go into all the details about what a squash player needs to know when selecting balls to play.