2022 - What a year it was!

2022 was a year to remember for Singapore Squash. Our community saw the return of many tournaments and events to the calendar as Covid-19 restrictions have been further relaxed early in the year, and our athletes have resumed competing in international tournaments around the world.

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SSRA Career Opportunities

We have multiple openings in our organisation, both technical and secretarial roles

  1. National Coach
  2. High Performance Manager
  3. Events and Programmes Executive
  4. Accounts and Admin Executive (Part-Time)
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Samuel Kang and Wai Yhann win five National Squash Championships in a row

Samuel Kang created history this afternoon when he won his fifth National Squash Championships in a row after producing a commanding display to see off arch-rival Aaron Liang in straight games at the Kallang Squash Centre. His win today broke the previous consecutive titles record shared between himself and Singapore legend Zainal Abidin Malik, who won four in a row in 1979-1982.


Looking back at 2021 and ahead in 2022

We entered 2021 on a positive note with the year starting with Singapore in Phase 3, which allowed all of us back on the courts.

Singapore Squash had a good run of events throughout the year, but some mainstays of our event calendar were hard hit by the regressions to two Heightened Alerts in May and June – namely the National Squash League (NSL) and the Squash Ball.

The NSL was slated to commence in May. Singapore Squash worked closely with all squash clubs to understand the possible constraints each club would face in a league setting, with Safe Measure Management (SMM) in place.

The challenges and constraints were met and the League was split into two seasons with only one grade playing per weekday evening. Alas, it was not meant to be as the nation reverted to Phase 2 in May 2021, and remained in Heightened Alert until August.

The Squash Ball, which was scheduled in the second half of the year, was further postponed with the ever-changing SMMs. We are back onto the drawing board once again and are hoping to have this in the later part of 2022.

Undaunted by the SMMs in place, Singapore Squash successfully organised several tournaments and events throughout the year, but without spectators to add to the sporting atmosphere.