Former World No.1 Geoff Hunt is widely considered to be one of the greatest squash players of all time and dominated the scene in the late 1970s.
He won four World Championship titles from 1975-1980 – reaching the final on the other occasion – in addition to capturing the prestigious British Open crown eight times.
Hunt [right] takes on Jonah Barrington in the 1980 British Open quarter-final.
We spoke to the Australian in order to gain an insight into his illustrious career and his work with the Aspire Academy in Qatar.
You can find an extract from the interview below
SQUASHTV subscribers can watch the full interview here, where Hunt opens up about his rivalry with Jonah Barrington, the rise of Jahangir Khan and about his own career.
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