(21 Aug) Jordan and Japan Made History at the 24th Asian Junior Individual Championships 2017

The 24th Asian Junior Individual Championships 2017 has come to a successful conclusion on Saturday, 19 August at Amman, Jordan. At his hometown, Mohammad Al-Sarraj wins Jordan the first-ever Asian Junior Under 19 Boys’ Individual Championship title by beating his Pakistani opponent Mansoor Zaman in 5 sets. On the other hand, the Japanese top junior woman’s player, Satomi Watanabe, also brings home the first gold medal of the Asian Junior Under 19 Girls’ Individual Championship.

“Congratulations to all the winners and the member nations. I would also like to thank Jordan Squash Federation, who made the Championships all the success and a wonderful memory for all the participants. Thanks should also be extended to all the officials, referees and the parents,” said Mr. David Mui MH, JP, the ASF’s President.

Please click here for the full set of draws and results. For photos of the events, please download from the facebook of the Jordan Squash Federation, who will continue to upload more photos.


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(14 Aug) 24th Asian Junior Squash Championships in Amman Jordan

The 24th Asian Junior Squash Individual Championships 2017 will kick off tomorrow in Amman, Jordan. This top junior squash event, which will be held from 15 to 19 August, has attracted 128 players from 13 countries, which include Hong Kong China, India, Iran, Iraq, Japan, Jordan, Korea, Lebanon, Macau China, Malaysia, Pakistan, Qatar and Sri Lanka.

Amongst the participating countries, both India and Sri Lanka sent the biggest teams with 32 junior players each to fight for medals of the 8 Age Categories. 

For the full draws and update results of the Championships, please visit the event website.



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(9 Aug) A Flourishing Summer for Asian Squash

This summer, Asian players shone again in the world squash arena and demonstrated their impeccable skills and strength in different world events. 

Mr. David Mui, MH JP, the ASF’s President commented, “....I’m pleased to see the rewarding results of our member nations, especially for the Japan Squash Association, who has won their first-ever medal in the World Junior Championship. I would like to congratulate them on making this historic achievement. Congratulations would also go to all winners and the participating countries,”

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(9 Jul) A Step towards the Olympic Dream

The Buenos Aires 2018 Youth Olympic Games Organizing Committee (BAYOGOC) has confirmed that squash would be included as a showcase sport at the Youth Olympic Games 2018 in Buenos Aires, Argentina October next year.

"It is exciting, yet encouraging news! After our hard work and persistent lobbying throughtout these years, we are delighted to see squash is moving step by step towards the ultimate goal of Olympic Games inclusion," said Mr David Mui, our President, who has been heavily involved in Squash Olympic Bid since the 2012 Hong Kong Open, a successful inspection event hosted by Hong Kong Squash (where Mr Mui is the Chairman) for the International Olympic Committee's inspectors for the 2020 Olympic bid.


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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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