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First Look: Dunlop Precision Ultimate | First Look: Dunlop Precision Elite | First Look: Tecnifibre Dynergy AP 125 | First Look: Salming Fusione Aero Vectran | First Look: Salming Cannone Pro Aero Vectran | First Look: Eye Rackets X.Lite 120 Control | First Look: Eye Rackets V.Lite 125 Control
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From how to grip your first racket to 3x World Champion Nick Matthew's inside secrets on how to master the Forehand Volley Drop, read on for expert advice on how to improve your game.
JONAH BARRINGTON'S CLINIC
Basics: The Grip
From your average club player to the world’s elite, injuries are an unfortunate part of sport that every player will experience at some point in their playing career.
We've consulted a series of sports physio experts to help you get back on court quicker and build a stronger, injury-proof body.
UPPER BODY INJURIES
Shoulders: Stabilise The Shoulder
New to squash? Want to know more about the basics? Then Squash101 is for you.
From the basic rules to how to re-grip your racket and squash balls explained, SquashXtra is on hand to provide the answers.Back To Top