Many I am sure have seen this video from www.squashskills.com featuring the great Peter Nicol discussing moving back to the ‘T’. Here is the video: Squashskills.com is sponsored by Prince Sports His discussion on not rushing back to the ‘T’ is critical and not something that I think you hear discussed that often. Most people are […]
In the last post we talked about deception. In particular using a hold to add deception to your shot selection. Another very important method to keep your opponent guessing and off balance is varying your pace of play. Varying your pace of play can be an effective method to keep or change momentum in a match […]
One of the biggest differences between low to mid level players and higher level players is how fast they recover to the ‘T’ after playing their shot. One the most noticeable areas I see this on court is at the front corners. It is extremely common to see a player rush up to get a […]
This is just a quick tip that I received while taking a lesson a few years ago. I was working with a much more advanced player than myself and was having problems getting drives on the backhand side past him and found myself stuck in a losing pattern. The objective of the drill was simple, […]
There is a very different vision of practicing at different squash clubs. At many clubs “practice” is always match play. I believe practice should consist of both drills and some match play.