It’s 10 years since SQUASHTV launched at the J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions – thousands of matches have since been played under the glare of the SQUASHTV cameras, which have captured the incredible drama, jaw-dropping athleticism and breathtaking feats of skill which have captivated squash fans across the globe.
Those same squash fans now have the chance to vote for the greatest rallies ever played in front of the SQUASHTV cameras – here, we’re focusing on the women’s game.
We’ve whittled down the shortlist to 10 rallies spanning the past decade. Relive them in all their glory below and vote in our poll to decide the greatest of them all.
You can also vote on the men's rally of the decade here
Camille Serme v Kanzy El Defrawy: 2015 J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions
Not one, not two, not even three, but four dives from Kanzy El Defrawy – amazing athleticism from the Egyptian.
Raneem El Welily v Nour El Sherbini: 2018 DPD Open
A real crowd pleaser from Raneem El Welily and Nour El Sherbini in the inaugural DPD Open – and that finish from the former is just exquisite.
Sarah-Jane Perry v Camille Serme: 2018 Windy City Open
An absolute brute of a rally saw Sarah-Jane Perry and Camille Serme hit all four corners of the court at the University Club of Chicago.
Raneem El Welily v Camille Serme: 2018 British Open
Raneem El Welily’s shot-making skills have propelled her to the summit of the PSA World Rankings, but her retrieval abilities are up their with the best too.
Nour El Tayeb v Raneem El Welily: 2018-19 PSA World Tour Finals
Keep an eye out for Raneem El Welily’s incredible ‘tweener.
Raneem El Welily v Nour El Sherbini: 2019 Black Ball Open
Raneem El Welily and Nour El Sherbini make another appearance on the list – and it’s yet another cracker.
Nicol David v Laura Massaro: 2015 U.S. Open
Two legends of the sport go hell for leather during the 2015 U.S. Open.
Tesni Evans v Nour El Tayeb: 2019 Manchester Open
The inaugural Manchester Open played host to some breathtaking exchanges between the world’s top female players – and this from Tesni Evans and Nour El Tayeb was arguably the best of the lot.
Camille Serme v Hania El Hammamy: 2020 Windy City Open
Camille Serme and Hania El Hammamy have contested some epic battles this season – and this clash was perhaps the finest.
Nicol David v Camille Serme: 2017 British Open
Malaysian superstar Nicol David at her very best – just look at the speed around court.
*Voting closes at 23:30 (GMT+1) on Sunday April 19