22nd Asian Indiviudal Championships & 43rd ASF AGM
Please be informed that the 22nd Asian Individual Championships is scheduled to be held 6 - 10 June 2023 in Hong Kong, China; while the 43rd ASF AGM will be held in conjunction with the Asian Individual Championships on Saturday, 10 June 2023. Details of the Championships and the AGM will be sent out to all member nations at a later stage.
"Exciting Hangzhou" Asian Squash Mixed Doubles Tournament
A mixed doubles event namely "Exciting Hangzhou" Asian Squash Mixed Doubles Tournament will be held 26 - 30 June 2023 at Hangzhou Olympic Sports Centre Squash Court. Details will also be sent out once confirmed.

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To honour the effort and achievement of the squash elites in the region for 2022, ASF will present the Coaches Awards and the Performance Awards to well-recognised coaches and players respectively.

"I'm happy that ASF Coaches & Performance Awards can resume after its suspension for 2 years due to the pandemic, to award the elites in the region for the year 2022," said Mr. David Mui MH JP, ASF's President.

A Selection Panel, comprised of the Chairman: ASF Coaching Director Mr. Tony Choi (HKG)  three panel members including Maj  (R)  S.  Maniam  (MAS),  Mr.  Koo Ryun-Hoe (KOR) and Mr. Cyrus Poncha (IND), has been formed for selecting all awards' recipients for the final endorsement of the ASF Management Committee.

All ASF member nations are invited to put up nominations. The closing date for nominations is 17 February 2023. Details please refer to the ASF Awards page.



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(20 NOV) 42nd Asian Squash Federation Annual General Meeting

The 42nd Annual General Meeing of the Asian Squash Federation, which was held virtually, was successfully concluded on 19 November 2022. Delegates and observers from fourteen Member Federations joined the online meeting. Zena Wooldridge OBE, President of World Squash Federation and William Louis-Marie, CEO of WSF, also joined the meeting to share WSF's current situation and future plan.

Mr. David Mui MH JP, President of ASF said, "I'm happy to see all the delegates and observers from our Member Nations online. We are also honoured to have Zena, WSF's President to join us at the meeting and feel grateful for the kind words of Zena on the contribution of the Asian Squash Family to the development of the sport globally." Mr. Mui continued, "Our next AGM will be held on 12 February 2023 together with the 21st Asian Junior Team Championships in Chennai, India, when we will finally meet face-to-face. Thus, I hope member nations will support."

Photo Caption: Mr. David Mui MH JP, President of ASF (centre), Mr. Duncan Chiu, Secretary General of ASF (left), Mr. Tony Choi, Coaching Director of ASF (right)


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21st Asian Team Championships have brought to a successful conclusion today at Cheongju, Korea. India won the Asian Men's Team Championship, while Hong Kong China crowned the Asian Women's Team Championship Title.

After beating Kuwait 2-0 in the finals, Indian Men's Team claimed its first-ever Asian Championship Title. The Women's Final between Hong Kong China and Malaysia is a repeat of last year, but Hong Kong China Women's Team got a revenge this year and beat Malaysia 2-1 to win the title.

Final Position of Men's Team Championship:

1st - India; 2nd - Kuwait; Co-3rd - Hong Kong, China; Co-3rd - Malaysia; 5th - Pakistan; 6th - Korea

7th - Japan; 8th - Iran; 9th - Singapore; 10th - Philippines; 11th - Chinese Taipei; 12th - Qatar

Final Position of Women's Team Championship:

1st - Hong Kong, China; 2nd - Malaysia; Co-3rd - India; Co-3rd - Korea;

5th - Japan, 6th - Iran; 7th - Singapore; 8th - Chinese Taipei


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President's Foreword

I have great pleasure in welcoming all of you to this new website of the Asian Squash Federation. With the successes that our Member National Federations have achieved in the past many years, the ASF has become a very active....

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