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    The 2020 Windy City Open - Emotion, controversy, and incredible squash

    Mar 6, 2020 5:02:39 PM / by Alex Robertson posted in Tournament, tournaments, pro squash, Pro Squash Tour, PSA, PSA Tour, PSASquashTV, Squash TV

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    A Short Rundown of the Event:

    This year's Windy City Open in Chicago was an absolute rollercoaster of unbelievable squash, and was packed full of marathon matches. With some stand-out performances from multiple players such as Borja Golan, Diego Elias, Mathieu Castagnet, Camille Serme, Sarah-Jane Perry, and of course Paul Coll... just to name a few! This tournament certainly wasn't one to be missed.

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    South America Tour

    Jun 16, 2013 8:17:37 PM / by Mike McCue posted in tour, tournaments, PSA, south america

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    I recently returned from a three-event tour of South America (Argentina, Paraguay and Brazil). I was quite happily into the main draw of all three without having to qualify, and in fact was set to play two qualifiers in Argentina and Brazil, respectively. This represented a good opportunity to win some matches and tack on precious ranking points.

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    Calm Before the Storm

    Apr 13, 2012 8:45:34 AM / by Mike McCue posted in nationals, tournaments, competition, canada, PSA, sudbury

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    Although spring time usually marks the end of squash season and beginning of activities not confined to four white walls, the schedule this year has worked out such that I will be playing my biggest string of tournaments in these warmer months. There were no PSA tournaments I could realistically play during the winter; my last tournaments were in Saskatoon and Edmonton back in November. There have been other tournaments in between, but frankly they were a string of disappointments for me. However, the last 10 weeks have been a good training period, fueled by the motivation of this upcoming tour.

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    Tournament Preparation

    Mar 6, 2012 8:04:21 AM / by Mike McCue posted in Squash Tips, Squash Training, tournaments, winning, preparation, pro squash, PSA, squash

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    Preparing for tournaments is a very important aspect of squash that is overlooked by many players. People tend to show up on the day of a tournament and dive right into the action without putting much thought into their preparation. Of course, time to prepare is a luxury afforded only to players who don’t have jobs or families or otherwise “real” lives. In this article, I will give a brief rundown of the ideal week of preparation for a tournament. Taking just a few of these tips and adapting them to your own tournament routine will definitely give you a better chance of performing at your best.

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