The 29th Asian Junior Individual Championships have come to a successful conclusion at Pattaya, Thailand on Sunday, 19 June 2022.

“I would like to congratulate all the winners and participating nations. Congratulations would also go to Thailand Squash Rackets Association and all the officials, referees and helpers, who made the Championships a successful and wonderful event," said Mr. David Mui MH JP, ASF's President.

Please click here for the full set of draws and results.

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(11 JUN) 29th Asian Junior Invidual Championships Start on 15 June in Pattaya, Thailand

29th Asian Junior Individual Championships will start on 15 June till 19 June in Pattaya, Thailand.

After two-year halt of the Asian Junior Individaul Championships due to the COVID, the 29th Asian Junior Individual Championships, hosted by Thailand Squash Rackets Association, attracted over 200 junior players of age under 19 from 14 member nations to participate.

"I would like to thank Thailand Squash Rackets Association and all participating nations. Their passion, dedication and support allow the Championships to be held as scheduled. I would specially thank Mr. Chalitrat Chandarubeksa, President of TSRA and also the Chairman of the Championships Organsing Committee and his team for all the preparation work. Appreciation would also be given to Mr. Akarin Hiranprueck, Championship Director, who have been working hard to ensure all players and officials will have a safe and enjoyable event," said Mr. David Mui MH JP, the ASF's President.

"I wish the championships all the success, all players, officials and supporters enjoy the event in Pattaya, which is a lovely and beautiful place. ."

Please click here for the updated draws and results of the 29th Asian Junior Individual Championships.

Photo Caption: Press Conference of the 29th Asian Junior Individual Championships held by TSRA in Thailand.

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In view of the uncertain pandemic situation in Korea and the push back of the Covid relaxation plan of the Korean Government, ASF Executive Committee, after thorough discussion with the host Korea Squash Federation, decided to postpone the 21st Asian Team Championships to 31 October to 4 November 2022. We will keep communicating with KSF for any update information.
Besides, ASF Executive Committee considered the situation and also decided to host the 42nd ASF's AGM virtually in the last quarter of 2022.  The exact dates and the details of the AGM will be announced later.
We appreciate the great work and support of Korea Squash Federation. 

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Olympic Council of Asia today announced that the 19th Asian Games, which were scheduled to be held in Hangzhou, China from 10 – 25 September 2022, will be postponed. The new dates will be released at a later date.

“I’m sad to learn that the Asian Games is postponed. We have been looking forward to it, especially there will be one more event: Mixed Doubles for squash, and the all-glass squash courts and facilities built in Hangzhou for the Games are state-of-the-art,” said Mr. David Mui, MH, JP, ASF’s President, “on the other hand, we understand and respect that it is a careful decision made by all the stakeholders for the good sake of the Games. I feel sorry to the organizing committee, the athletes and the officials, who have been working hard on it, but I also have confidence in a successful staging of the Games at a later time.”


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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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