Amanda Sobhy Sets up British Open Quarterfinal Against World No. 3

Team USA’s Amanda Sobhy will face world No. 3 Hania El Hammamy in the British Open Quarterfinals Friday afternoon at 2:30pm ET in Birmingham's Rep Theater.

The American world No. 5 progressed to the quarterfinals following a difficult five-game second round win over U.S. teammate Olivia Blatchford Clyne and three-game third round win over Egypt's Salma Hany on Wednesday.

Sobhy will face El Hammamy for the second time in 2023 following a narrow five-game defeat in the Black Ball Open semifinals last month. Watch the match live on SquashTV.

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Hughes Marks Comeback with Thirteenth Masters Title; Four New Champions Crowned

One year after a knee replacement, Dominic Hughes returned to the U.S. Masters Championships presented by Penn Medicine to claim his thirteenth titleincluding one in every age group from 35+ to 60+while four new Masters champions were crowned Sunday, April 2, at the Specter Center.

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Watch Team USA Squash Stars Compete for the 2023 National Titles

Don't miss your chance to watch the nation's top players compete for the national title at the Specter Center, April 25-28! Defending champions Amanda Sobhy and Timmy Brownell will look to fend off challenges from fellow Team USA Squash stars and up-and-coming junior and college stand-outs. Tickets are available from $10, get yours today!


April 28-30: U.S. Team Squash Tournament

With adult squash back in full swing this season after some quieter years during the pandemic, there is no better way to celebrate than a weekend competing as a team surrounded by fun social events at the beautiful Arlen Specter US Squash Center, the newly-opened home of the U.S. squash community. Whether you make your team up of friends, family, league teammates, coworkers, or alumni from your school, the U.S. Team Tournament weekend is sure to be a highlight of your season!


This April: Attend the U.S. Championships and 'A Night With Team USA'

After the finals of the U.S. Women's and S.L. Green U.S. Men's Championships, join Team USA, friends, and family as we celebrate the accomplishments of the athletes this season in the second annual edition of An Evening with Team USA.


Green to Receive President's Cup During 'An Evening with Team USA'

On Friday, April 28 Stephen L. Green will be honored at the Arlen Specter US Squash Center in Philadelphia with the President’s Cup, US Squash’s highest annual award. The ceremony and reception will take place after the finals of the S.L. Green U.S. Men’s Championship and U.S. Women’s Championship beginning at 5:00pm. Register for this special event here.

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Watch Live: U.S. Junior Doubles Championships

138 junior players are competing in the 2023 U.S. Junior Doubles Championships this weekend, April 14-16, at the Wilmington Country Club and Specter Center. Watch live streaming from both venues on

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Outside the Glass Podcast: Paul Assaiante

The squash legend retires after forty-two seasons as a college coach.


Tickets on Sale for 2022-23 PSA World Championships

Tickets for the 2022-23 PSA World Championships presented by the Walter Family are on sale now, with the PSA World Tour’s most prestigious event returning to Chicago between May 3-11, 2023.


First Women Women-Only Coaching Courses to be Held in May and June

US Squash has announced the first series of women-only coaching courses to to be held in May and June at the Specter Center. Led by Linda Elriani, US Squash’s Senior Director of Professional Development and Coaching, the courses were designed for women only in an effort to bring more women into teaching professional roles. 

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US Squash Coach Certification Opportunities

US Squash is offering numerous coach certification opportunities in the coming months, available for all levels of teaching professionals and coaches. Learn more and see the full schedule of courses.


Views From the Arlen Specter US Squash Center

The two U.S. Masters 85+ competitors embody the notion that squash is a sport for life. Ninety-one-year-old Phil Leis (left) from Providence, Rhode Island defeated eighty-eight-year-old Charles Gunn from Potomac, Maryland.