Author: Alex Robertson

Eye Rackets – Squash, and only squash!

We now see ‘Eye’ everywhere we look in the world of squash, and there is a reason for that… I firmly believe that the one thing every squash player has in common is passion. I personally find the sport more addictive than any other, and I think that this passionate attitude is something that is […]

A Review of the Eye V.Lite 115 Control

Disclaimer: Unfortunately, this racquet will not give you superpowers. But after watching some of Paul ‘Superman’ Coll’s performances using the V.Lite 115, it does make you wonder how he does it… Racquet aesthetic Performance and stats aside, every player wants their racquet to look good. The V.Lite 115 uses a slick black and white colour […]

The Eye X.Lite 120 Control, what a racquet!

Full disclosure: I have never given lighter squash racquets a chance at all, I have always preferred racquets on the heavier side. But I think the X.Lite 120 might have just changed my mind… The Maestro Used and endorsed by 4 times world champion Amr Shabana, if it’s good enough for the best, you already […]

Gawad takes the win at the Black Ball Open 2018

  Gawad’s route to the final A display of sheer consistency, strength, and skill was shown at the Black Bull Open by Karim Abdel Gawad. If beating Elshorbagy (world no.1) 3-0 in the quarter-finals and Momen (world no.4) 3-1 in the semis wasn’t enough, winning 3-1 against Farag (world no. 2) in the finals was […]

A Review of the Tecnifibre X-Speed Carboflex 130

First things first As somebody who has used Tecnifibre racquets religiously for a good few years, I’d like to assure you that my opinion of this racquet is completely unbiased! Looks For me personally, how a racquet looks is a really important factor when I’m looking to buy a new one. In terms of aesthetic, […]