The sun was shining over the Enjoy Squash venue this morning as it was on the Aussie Boys who all came out with Victories!
Darwin will be home to Australia's premier squash facility with the announcement that the Country Liberals Government has provided a $4.5 million grant to Darwin Squash Centre to upgrade the facilities in Marrara.
England are celebrating two victories in the men's and women's final of the Victorian Open as injury forces Rex Hedrick to withdraw.
The final preparations are taking place for the Australian Open in Melbourne with the tournament draws completed.
The morning session started out with the group feeling rather excited and a little nervous with their matches ahead. Will Curtis taking the lead for the Aussie contingent at 10am taking on Jan Siegal from Germany.
Rex Hedrick has secured his place in the final of the Victorian Open after his win over eighth seed Kush Kumar (IND) today. Hedrick won his match in three games over 45 minutes and will play first seed Joe Lee from England tomorrow in the final.
Local boy Rex Hedrick has won a marathon quarter-final match against Welshman Joel Makin at the Victorian Open on Friday night.
Northern Territory will be hosting the fourth installment of Squash Australia’s coach workshops on Sunday 14th August 2016 at the Darwin Squash Centre just before the start of the World Doubles Championship.
In the wake of yesterday’s confirmation from the International Olympic Committee’s (IOC) that squash will not feature in the 2020 Olympic Games, Professional Squash Association (PSA) Chief Executive Alex Gough has reiterated his belief that the future of squash is bright despite the latest blow to the sport’s Olympic aspirations.
If form means anything, Australia is in safe hands with top seeds Cameron Pilley and Ryan Cuskelly at the World Doubles Championships in Darwin later this month.