Over the last year-plus, Squash Source has been sponsoring a couple of American pros, Olivia Fiechter and Amanda Sobhy. Here’s a quick video about it: Thanks to everyone who supports Squash Source and allows me to do that. I think it’s a struggle for most pros to make a living on the tour and I’m […]
You might have heard about NFTs in the news recently. The hype is extensive. Well Chris Hanebury from Serious Squash went ahead and created the first squash-related NFT. It’s a clip of him doing a squash trick shot, and he’s selling it in an edition of ten. Out of curiosity, I decided to go through […]
I bought myself a home stringing machine, the Gamma Progression 200, because I wanted a more convenient solution for restringing and testing out squash strings. I’ve strung rackets occasionally on crank-type stand-up machines, but this was my first time using a drop-weight machine. I made tons of mistakes and actually cracked my M-140 a little […]
Here’s a video I did running through the latest Asics and Adidas indoor shoe models that have come on the scene in early 2021. These are the European models I’m seeing — you might see different models in your region. The shoes featured: Adidas Court Team Bounce Adidas Essence Adidas Forcebounce Asics Blast FF 2 […]
Tinne Gilis, world #18 from Belgium, is switching racket sponsors from Eye to Dunlop. She’ll be using the Dunlop Hyperfibre XT Revelation 125.
Spotted the Asics Gel Court Hunter 2 in 2021. Asics previously had a line called Asics Gel Hunter, but I never heard of the Asics Gel Court Hunter before. So I don’t know how we could already be on the Asics Gel Court Hunter 2. Anyway, here they are:
I put together a video with 5 quick tips on how to hit the backhand volley drop in squash. The tips are: Get your racket up – be prepared for the shot early and be ready to come down on the shot Step in – you want to step in with your front foot so […]
Here’s a video I did about hitting dying length. I went to the squash courts that day focused on trying to hit everything to good dying length, but it was difficult to do it well under pressure. I think that’s because Richard was doing a good job cutting balls off — in other words he […]
Padel is all the rage here in Philadelphia. Somebody set up a couple of courts in Manayunk, and squash players around here have really taken to the game. That was true even before the pandemic, but it’s especially the case now. Padel is kind of a blend between tennis and squash. It’s played on a […]
Dunlop sent me their Dunlop PSA Backpack to review. Check out my video below. In short, it’s a versatile, backpack good for a day trip to the courts or elsewhere. It’s co-branded with the PSA World Tour so the branding is squash-specific, which is cool.