International Squash Magazine - October 2012


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International Squash Magazine provides an invaluable and sought after quarterly review of the world of squash, appealing to a diverse and dynamic audience of squash consumers, enthusiasts and players of all standards from recreational and club players to professionals.

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The October issue of International Squash Magazine covers many of the latest happenings of one of the world’s most exciting sports, including:

Nick Matthew Wins Springfield Solutions British Grand Prix
In a sensational climax to the Springfield Solutions British Grand Prix at the National Squash Centre in Manchester, England's World Champion Nick Matthew recovered from a game down to upset top seed and fellow countryman James Willstrop to claim his 25th PSA World Tour career title

I Love Squash
Launched in 2009, iLoveSquash provides regular news from the world of squash for Facebook fans and has become the latest success in the sport which is bidding to join the Olympic Games programme in 2020

James Willstrop: Shot and a Ghost
Having enjoyed writing more and more over the years, World No.1 James Willstrop explains the reasons for releasing his book ‘Shot and a Ghost’

British National Championships - Manchester 2013
The 2013 British National Championships will be staged at the National Squash Centre in Manchester, England from the 11th to 17th February and promises to be among the most eagerly contested in the event’s history

Nick Matthew Academy Masterclass
It takes hard work, dedication and years of planning, monitoring and setting goals to be a professional squash player. Nick Matthew invites players of all standards to sample his unique training environment, by playing and training with one of the world’s leading players under his instruction, to help them reach their potential

Nick Matthew vs. Alistair Cook
Respected sports psychologist Mark Bawden explains why the careers of Nick Matthew and Alistair Cook have had many parallels and puts both in the hot seat to explore each other’s winning mentality

Squash Injuries
Sports Physiotherapist Vivian Grisogono discusses how accidents can happen on court and how injuries can result and be prevented

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