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Alex Robertson
By Alex Robertson
on September 26, 2022
The Dunlop Sonic Core Ultimate 132 is ideal for players who like to take their time accurately placing the ball exactly where they want.
Alex Robertson
By Alex Robertson
on September 24, 2022
I've watched the Qatar Classic (2022) a little while back and noticed a particular shot that those top players seem to be able to execute repeatedly and perfectly.
Alex Robertson
By Alex Robertson
on September 23, 2022
You might have heard the name Victor Crouin popping up a lot over the past couple of weeks and there's a good reason for that...
Alex Robertson
By Alex Robertson
on September 09, 2022
Stiffness plays a pretty big role in the feel of the racquet as well as the type of player it's suited to, despite this, it seems as though there isn't a ton of information about racquet flexibility ...
Alex Robertson
By Alex Robertson
on September 03, 2022
Beginning with the CIB Zed Squash Open (which is currently underway as I write this), the 2022/23 PSA World Tour season is now underway and I can't wait to binge-watch as many tournaments as possible!
Alex Robertson
By Alex Robertson
on August 25, 2022
I've played squash for around 15 years now and have been a certified coach for around 8 of them. I've coached players of varying standards and helped them reach the next levels of their game.
Alex Robertson
By Alex Robertson
on August 16, 2022
The figure of 8 has been used by players for generations for a good reason, it's an absolutely great drill.
Alex Robertson
By Alex Robertson
on August 13, 2022
I've met a ton of squash players over the years and one thing that's really blown my mind is just how many players have some sort of ritual when it comes to squash.
Alex Robertson
By Alex Robertson
on August 05, 2022
I've been playing squash for a pretty long time (around 15 years) and there have been a number of periods throughout my squash journey in which I've slipped into the bad habit of having a lazy ...
Alex Robertson
By Alex Robertson
on August 03, 2022
A common misconception when it comes to drop shots is that they need to be played very softly, this isn't always the case.