England Squash partners with Squash Rackets Federation of India to enhance coach and player development
England Squash has announced a collaborative new partnership with the Squash Rackets Federation of India that will enhance the development of talented coaches and elite players in both nations.
The collaboration has been established with the key aim of assisting the training of high-performance coaches as well as developing world-class junior and senior squash players in both countries.
The partnership will provide exciting new and highly competitive opportunities for player development suitable for challenging players in both federations. Off the court, England Squash and the Squash Rackets Federation of India will share expertise in sport science and sports medicine.
Keir Worth, CEO at England Squash said,
“We’re thrilled to partner with the Squash Rackets Federation of India. This partnership will see the start of an exciting and mutually beneficial alliance between our two nations that will boost coach and player development both on and off the court.”
Debendranath Sarangi, IAS (Retd.), President of the Squash Rackets Federation of India said, “To have a collaboration with England, a country where squash made its origin and the sport is steeped in tradition, would mean sharing an experience that goes deep in history. Indian squash can only benefit from this step and am sure this will be a mutually enriching experience”.
David Campion, England Squash National Coach added,
“I'm delighted England Squash has agreed a partnership with Indian Squash to share expertise in player and coach development at a talent and elite level. This will allow us to develop high quality competitive opportunities for our young players.”
Cyrus Poncha, Indian Squash National Coach said, “At a time when squash training is so much about science, India could not have asked for more than this tie-up with England Squash. England has produced some of the finest squash players in the world and to be sharing knowledge with some of the best minds in this sport, will be great for Indian squash”.