jueves, 29 de septiembre de 2011

Best Squash shots of January 2011 (High quality)



Resumen de buenos tiros de squash.

martes, 27 de septiembre de 2011

Final Rowe British Grand Prix 2011

Ver video de la Final Rowe British Grand Prix 2011 Ramy Ashour Vs. Nick Matthew

lunes, 26 de septiembre de 2011

Cómo jugar squash



Muy bien resumido: cómo jugar squash, lo básico.

How To Play Squash.

If you want to learn the basics of How to Play Squash, England's Nick Matthew will tell you all that you need to know to get started.

sábado, 24 de septiembre de 2011

jueves, 8 de septiembre de 2011

Revisiones en video de las jugadas en eventos de squash de la PSA televisados

Este artículo fue publicado originalmente en: http://www.squashsite.co.uk/2009/psanews2011.htm
08-Sep-11:
Video Review for all
PSA televised events


After extensive trials at recent major PSA World Tour events, the PSA is rolling out its Video Review system at all future televised events, starting with the ROWE British Grand Prix in Manchester later this month.

The system allows match officials to review decisions (eg, 'Let', 'Stroke' or 'No Let') questioned by the players, via TV action replays viewed by a fourth official, the Video Referee.

Players are allowed one appeal per game, which remains live following a successful appeal. In the event of a game reaching 10-all, each player has his single TV appeal opportunity renewed.

The replay of the incident is played on a large screen - with the decision then flashed up on the screen for all to see.

"Following the successful trials at the Canary Wharf Classic in London and last month's Australian Open, we are delighted to be introducing Video technology at all our future PSA televised events," explained PSA COO Lee Beachill.

"Video technology is used in most of today's high profile sports and we don't feel squash should be any different. We are now filming and producing squash to a level where this technology is available to our officials and, after consultation with referees and players, it has been decided that it should now be used wherever possible.

"The Australian Open was a resounding success, with fantastic crowd participation and far less player/official dialogue," added Beachill. "We are confident that this will continue to improve the spectator experience at our major events."