About us

We offer coaching for all levels and ages of players no matter what your aspirations are

Elitesquash began 25 years ago with a vision to provide the ultimate environment for squash players to flourish, this still remains the same today. Over the years the academy has evolved into a place where juniors and adults of all standards can benefit no matter what the aspirations from beginner to world number 1. Having played at a high level in both the junior and senior professional game, Hadrian has drawn on his own experiences in the competitive domain and blends this with knowledge gained from the squash world and the wider world outside the sport  Always asking  what can be learned, where is the sport going next and what to we need to do and know to be one step ahead? This is an ongoing process and all members of the coaching team share their ideas and findings to help each other give all pupils the most effective teaching possible.

We want everyone who comes into contact with Elitesquash to feel our energy and excitement for coaching while enjoying a relaxed and professional service. For that reason, our team are encouraged to be creative and inspirational in every session and to love what they do. We share the same vision and philosophy and are all good friends who support and encourage each other to be the best.

We believe that the overall environment plays a crucial part in the experience and development for everyone who attends our sessions and conscientious, passionate coaches are a key part of this. Enjoying and experiencing each element of the squash journey from the sessions on court, to the people around us, to the city we are in all contributes to ongoing success.

 

 

 

 

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5 Simple tips to improve your drive

by John Welton

Open Racket face The open racket face is essential for a successful swing in the game of squash, so ensure you understand what this should look like. For the drive it will help us have the option to hit at differing heights on the front wall. This is vitally important to be able to adjust…

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The effects of the emotions on performance

by hadrian

Anyone who plays squash and has a desire to play well will know the effects of pressure on the performance all too well. There are many factors which can effect how we feel on the court depending on the occasion and the environment. Its normal for games to be won and lost as a product of…

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Much more than squash – how our sport can help shape lives

by Richard King

Competition and sport can teach you many things about yourself and your development off the court. I’m writing this short article about a particular journey one of our juniors is taking at present. I wanted to share it with you all as I am very proud and also very aware that many coaches/parents/juniors/adults will have…

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Why its the foot that actually hits the ball first

by hadrian

One of the most common coaching lessons with players of all levels is helping bring power and control when hitting drives and volleys on the backhand side. I’m sure we all know that feeling when the opponent hits an attacking length that if not played before the back wall the ball will die, its puts…

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An improver’s guide to squash : 5 top tips

by Kylie Lindsay

In this essential ‘improver’s guide’ to squash, players who are looking to improve their game will learn a mixture of technical and tactical tips that will help them make giant leaps forward. These top tips have been put together by ex-world professional women’s squash player, turned coach, Kylie Lindsay (nz), who’s visiting here in Bristol…

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