(16 May) Macau hosts their first-ever ASF Level 2 Coaching Course

The first-ever ASF Level 2 Coaching Course hosted by the Macau Squash Association was held over three weekends in April and May. Tutored by Tony Choi, the ASF Coaching Director and assisted by Dick Leung (Hong Kong, China), the course has attracted 7 participants.

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Mr William Kuan Vai Lam, Chairman of the Macau Squash Association (5th from the right), Mr Tony Choi (6th from the right), the tutor and Mr Dick Leung (4th from the right), the other tutor, with the participants of the ASF Level 2 Coaching Course.


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(8 May) 2016 ASF Awards Presentation Ceremony

The Presentation Ceremony of the 2016 ASF Awards was held in conjunction with the Prize Presentation Ceremony of the 2017 Asian Individual Chamionships on Sunday, 30 April in Chennai, India.

On behalf of the ASF, Debendranath Sarangi, ASF's Vice President presented the awards to the winners, who attended at the Ceremony.








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(1 May) Max Lee (HK) and Joshna Chinappa (IND) Crowned the Asian Champions

The Jio 19th Asian Squash Championships were concluded successfully yesterday at the Express Avenue Mall in Chennai, India. In front of the audience at the mall as well as their home fans watching the online live streaming provided by the organiser, Max Lee of Hong Kong and Joshna Chinappa of India claimed their first-ever Asian Men’s and Women’s Championships Titles respectively.

“Congratulations to Max and Joshna, our new Asian Champions, as well as other medal winners. I would also like to take this opportunity to show my sincere gratitude to The Squash Rackets Federation of India, Mr. Debendranath Sarangi, Chairman of the Organising Committee, his organising team and all the officials, who made such an incredible and wonderful event,” said our President, Mr. David Mui, MH JP.

For details of the match reports of the Jio 19th Asian Squahs Championshipsand the draws, please click here.

[Photo credit to Squashsite]

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(24 Apr) OCA confirms squash for the 18th Asian Games 2018

The Olympic Council of Asia (OCA) has confirmed that squash will remain in the sports programme for the 18th Asian Games in Jakarta, Indonesia, after the persistent lobbying and hard work of our President, Mr David Mui.

"When we knew that the OCA would discuss with the Indonesia Asian Games Organising Committee (INASGOC) to reduce the sports programme of the 18th Asian Games and squash was considered to be dropped, we immediately act accordingly to seek support and assistance from relevant OCA's officials and INASGOC. I insisted that with the successful development of squash in the region these years, our beloved sport has to be one of the competition sports in the Asian Games," said Mr. Mui.

Mr. Mui continued, "I would like to specially thank our Patron, Mr. N. Ramachandran, who has provided tremendous assistance and influence on the issue. My sincere appreciation would also go to the Persatuan Squash Indonesia and all those who have been working hard to strive for the inclusion of squash into the 2018 Asian Games."

There will be four events: Men’s and Women’s, Team and Individual, for the sport. Details of the announcement of the OCA, please refer to the OCA’s website.


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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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