Take your game to the next level with the worlds best

Following on from the successful Masterclass which took place in April, we are delighted to announce another camp with Marwan ElShorbagy and Hadrian Stiff The theme for this camp: How to create a deadly short game. Exploring front court attacking variations including drops, flicks and the hold. Watch and learn from Marwan and Hadrian as they dissect this crucial part of the game and leave the weekend armed with new weapons in the front corners!

Having won two British junior open and world junior championships Marwan El Shorbagy has rocketed up to the current world number 6. Marwan will be sharing his secrets of the most advanced details that have helped him achieve his success so far and how players of all levels can learn and gain from this.

With over 25 years of coaching experience Hadrian Stiff is constantly searching for the ultimate combinations of coaching techniques, ideas and systems to help create the worlds best players and has been instrumental to Marwan's rise up the rankings.


What you will learn:

Detailed attention to movement patterns, timing and rhythm
Enhancing sensation thorough the grip, arm and movement process for skill development
Understanding and developing what kind of mentality is needed for a creative and effective short game including a clear mind and enjoyable process
How to create opportunities to attack the front court
Sensing the opponents movement momentum and position

What you will receive:

10 hours coaching
Coach feeding
Detailed personal feedback
Lunch both days with coaches
Evening meal with coaches
Premium camp t shirt
Video links to elitesquash movement and practices routines

Saturday 25 november

9.30 - 12.30
Coaching masterclass
12.30 - 2pm
Lunch and Q and A with coaches
Coaching masterclass
Marwan and special guest professional player exhibition match
Dinner with Marwan and Hadrian

Sunday 26 november

9.30 - 12.30
Coaching masterclass
12.30 - 2pm
Lunch and behind the scenes insight in Marwan's training diary and tournament experiences.
Coaching masterclass
Price: £395

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If written notice is given up to 21 days prior to the course, the fee will be refunded. If notice is less than 21 days from the commencement of the course, no refund can be made.


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Floating Harbour, Welsh Back, Bristol BS1 4SB, UK

Travel & accommodation

Nearest airport - Bristol (ten minutes taxi) - London Heathrow (two hours by coach)
Nearest train station - Bristol temple meads (10 minutes walk to club)

Please contact us for discount rates
5 minutes walk to club

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2 minutes walk club

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5 minutes walk club

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Travelodge Mitchell lane – Value hotel

15 minutes walk club

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Please contact Jules@elitesquash.com if you would like help booking hotels or for more information


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