The game of squash is so easy from outside the glass ...
In squash there are many different strategies that can be used to beat an opponent. I will talk about a strategy that I believe is very important to keep in mind. It involves the pace of the game dictated by the player, its advantages, and how to change it during a rally. The change of pace is a great way to catch an opponent off guard and gain control of the rally. I will talk about some of my past experiences with this strategy and how it has helped me with my overall game. Also, I will give a useful tip on how to keep this in mind when in the middle of a rally.
While to some it may seem that the summer has only just begun, we at Control the T have our sights set on the turn of the seasons. The point in time where summer turns to autumn marks the beginning of the new squash season which inevitably brings a wave of players back indoors and onto the courts for another year.
This can be an especially exciting time since several players new to the game may be trying their hand at squash for the very first time. In past blog posts we’ve discussed the exceptional fitness, health and enjoyment related aspects of the game which is an attractive component of the game for many folks. It is not uncommon for new players who would love to capture these rewards by incorporating the game it into their regular exercise routine.