Around The Court Squash Podcast
This what you get when you put an Irishman, a Scotsman, and a Canadian in the same room talking squash and other topics!This what you get when you put an Irishman, a Scotsman and a Canadian in the same room talking squash and other topics!
We welcome the newly crowned Qatar Champion and World #5 Diego Elias to talk about his recent victory
We discuss some talking points over the last few events including the recent US Open at the Specter Centre. Asal is pretty good at squash, Gohar wins back to back titles, Amanda wins a maiden major title in San Fran and is rewarded with a ranking of 3 in the world + Bonus coverage on former guest match against a former student of his at Penn. The student in questions identity can neither be confirmed or denied.....
ATC Squash Podcast - Episode 63
EP 63 - its been a while, a lot has happened on the PSA Worldtour with 2 of the most prestigious events in 4 weeks with the World champs and British Open. Some outrageous squash and so many stories and sub plots but the biggest story has to be Paul Coll who put his name alongside the legends by landing his first major title - the British Open. Legendary stuff
ATC Squash Podcast - Episode 61 - All in Laura Massaro
We're excited to speak to Laura Massaro on the relase of her new book "All in" She talks about the proces of writing a book, audio book bloopers, 80 k..........g of gin, her take on Osaka and much moreYou can order the book online. An amazing journey to the top, All in is a must read for any/all sports enthusiasts and will inspire all asprinig squash player,coaches, fans and some
ATC Squash Podcast - Episode 60
Elgouna is over, Shorbaggy bags title #43, Sherbini wins her first ElGouna title but there were plenty other talking points at the last major event before the World Open in July. The Panel review, Chris Sachvie is on tour, who is LeBron James and whoop recovery data are some of the topics discussed
ATC Squash Podcast - Episode 59
Some upsets r us in El Gouna including a first round loss for the man in form Marwan ElShorbaggy! We review the first few rounds and look ahead to a tashtey week of squash as the 1/4s commence. Stu is not a fan of cheese and blames Lyall patterson for missing out on Vegas on the weekend to witness history as fellow Scot Josh Taylor became the undsiputed light welterweight champion of the world. And oddly enough is gunning for Crawford next..... Terrence Crawford