Squash (sport)

Squash is a racket sport played in a four-walled court. It is recognized by the International Olympic Committee and may be featured in future Olympic competition.

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Squash (sport)

Is squash an individual or team sport?

Squash can be individual or team. You can play singles or doubles, although unlike tennis, there are different courts needed to play.

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Why is the sport squash called squash?

The sport is called Squash because when you hit the ball on a solid structure, the ball tends to "squash" on impact.

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Which racket sport uses small black rubber ball?


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What does pare mean in cooking a squash?

It means tp scoop out the seeds and pulp from the middle, and cut off the tough outer rind.

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Why is squash not an official Olympic sport?

It's so annoying that it isn't. I think it's the best sport to play and watch. I play at a national level and i hope that it will be in the Olympics soon! :)

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What is a squash implement with a cork frame?

bark racquet

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Squash is the national game of which country?

England has the most squash courts by far, but I am not sure that it is given the title of national game. Egypt has a large number of top-ranked men players.

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How long does 1 game of first to 11 squash take?

Normally it takes over 10 mins. At low level it is likely to be 5-10 minutes.

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Which country is squash the national sport?

Dubai, Egypt.

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Who was the cousin of Jahangir Khan in the sport of squash who died of a heart attack?

Torsam Khan, Jahangir Khan's brother (not cousin) died of a heart attack in 1979. Jahangir was 15 at the time and considered quitting the sport, but decided to pursue a career in the sport as a tribute to his brother.

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What is the minimum ceiling height of a squash court?

For an International (Softball) singles squash court, the minimum height is 18'6".

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Is squash more popular than tennis?

the vegtable or sport if it is the sport than no if it is the vegtable than yes

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Why a netball rules there why are there rules?

We have rules so game stays entertaining, for the safety of everyone and also so each team has an equal chance of winning. If there were no rules involved in a game of netball there would be no point in having officials or no point in people taking place because they could do what they like.

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How can a squash player improve their game?

Eleven things you can doThis isn't a complete answer, but the three things my squash coach always says to me are:

1. Keep your racquet up ready for the next shot 2. Make sure you return to the T after playing your shot 3. Keep your eye on the ball at all times

Get fit, do fitness training on an empty court and read squash tips from the experts (look online for these).

Geoff Hunt, who was a long-standing world #1 in the 1970's, gave a number of tips in addition to the 3 mentioned above. They included:

4. Strike the ball early while your opponent is still recovering from playing his own shot and Volley where possible;

5. Play to the corners and nicks of the room, especially when lobbing;

6. In general terms play the ball deep - good line and length;

7. Make the shot die on the second bouce in the corners;

8. In addition to returning to the T, try to gain control of the T;

9. Play the ball along the side walls (to good length);

10. Make your opponent run;

11. Change up the pace of the ball and the game

... and my suggestion: Use every corner of the room (as mentioned in No. 5 - above)

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How to improve my physical strength for squash?

Weightlifting and running!

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How many people play squash in Victoria?

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Womens world squash champion many times?

I think it was Susan Devoy from New Zealand.

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What is the weight of a squash ball?

since there are two different types of squash ball, they weigh in different but usually around the 125 - 175g.

when heated a squash ball also bounces higher because its elastcity has been increased, whereas if it was frozen the opposite would occur.

squash balls don't bounce very high either, this is due to their coefficient of restitution being low, meaning that they conserve much of their energy so that they travel faster and harder when hit making squash a fasst paced and high energy game.

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How do you play squash?

I would suggest the following 2 sites as a great start into the game:



In exceptional brief description, squash is a game where [usually] 2 players compete using a racquet to hit a ball onto a front wall above a tin marker on the wall. The ball must not touch the floor on its way to the front wall, and it must not bounce more than once before you return the ball safely to the front wall after your opponent's shot. These are the prime 2 parameters of the game.

You are enclosed by 4 walls and they can all be used as part of your shot play or/and your game strategy.

For the rest, you will need to learn the rules.

Squash (sport)

What raquet sport uses a small black rubber ball?

The sport is probably squash, although the ball doesn't have to be black.

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Fastest Recorded Speed of a Soccer Ball?

138 mph/222 Kmh

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How old do you have to be to play squash?

90+ otherwise your a low life!

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Squash court temperature recommended?

The World Squash Federation recommends:

12.1 It is recommended that a Squash court and any adjacent spectator areas (including the space for the marker and referee) shall be provided with a heating and/or air conditioning system which is capable of maintaining a temperature of between 10 and 25 degrees Celsius with an ideal range of 15 to 20 degrees Celsius. That is 59-68 degrees

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How many people play squash on a worldwide basis?

20 Million

1% of which play competitively.

Played in 142 Countries(WSF)

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How does heat effect the speed of a squash balls?

the air has lots of moisture in it making it thick which makes the ball a lil slower


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