Alex Gough

PSA World Tour with May record!

"The challenge for the PSA now is to continue building on this success and further grow the foundations of the tour in the coming years," said PSA CEO Alex Gough (pic).
The global reach of the PSA World Tour will mark a record of 20 tournaments taking place around the world during May. This includes 5 brand new events making their debut on the international calendar.

PST Champion vs PSA Champion …

US-players association PST suggested a challenge between their champion and PSA's world champion. It looks like boxing, where two champions put their titles down the line (screen-shot: SquashSite365)
As you may be aware, the US-based PST has issued a challenge to the PSA whereby their respective champions or representatives play in a challenge match or two ...

PSA secures Sky Sports live at Queen’s!

Natalie Pinkham, who interviewed World No1 James Willstrop is the MC for the event. She is well known in the Sky programme presenting Formula 1 together with Tony Wrighton (photo: www.jordanmansfield.co.uk)
Live coverage of the semi-finals and finals from the ATCO PSA World Series Finals on Sky TV is the latest breakthrough for SquashTV, the Professional Squash Association's dedicated online and TV operation. The Sky programme will be hosted by ...

Matthew v Shabana – World Series Finals cancelled!

The PSA has confirmed that, the 2010 ATCO PSA World Series Finals final will not now take place. It was staged in spectacular style at The Queen's Club in London in January. The PSA event featuring the world's top 8 players was prevented from reaching ...

PSA World Series Finals will be restaged!

Following the 'technical fault' which halted the presentation of this weekend's final of the ATCO PSA World Series Finals, when the inflatable structure at The Queen's Club in London in which it was due to be staged became unsafe, the Professional Squa...

PSA introduces new World Tour Structure for 2011!

The Professional Squash Association (PSA) did introduce a new event structure and a new seeding system. Heading the PSA World Tour from 2011 will be the World Open with a minimum prize-fund of $275,000. Below the World Open there will be the new PSA Wo...