Much to the dismay of squash coaches everywhere, a lot of beginner and intermediate players live and die by the attacking boast. Sometimes boasts can work, but more often than not, they simply don’t, which is something my game will attest to. Simply, the less I boast, the better I do. I hit less tins, […]
Being a mentally tough squash player is all about playing the big points better than your opponents. Many people who are new to squash find themselves struggling with either game point up or down, but in order to play these points effectively you have to why you are playing them ineffectively. The most common reason […]
We often over look the importance of a solid service return in our practice sessions. If you examine how many rallies end in four shots or less we start to realize that by becoming very skilled at return of serve, the results of matches will definitely improve.
Hill Marks’ squash videos were created for Expert Village by Dustin Daniels, a producer and director who works in the Phoenix-Scottsdale area of Arizona.
A few weeks ago, while refereeing a squash tournament, I ran into an old friend I hadn’t seen in a very long time. I asked him which division he was playing in and was surprised to hear the answer. When we played seven years ago, he was a C-level player who claimed to be fully […]