When I was growing up, my dad used to play squash (he still loves the game, but he doesn’t play anymore) and he would take me with him to the court. So, naturally I started hitting a few balls and seeing what it was all about. From the age of about five, I’ve felt very much at home on a squash court.
I’ve always loved the competitive side of the sport. I enjoy running around the court, trying to figure out how the opponent plays and then launching a counter punch. That mix of physical and mental is what makes squash such a great sport. Being physically strong is important of course. But to reach the highest levels, you need great mental strength, during very tough times, during difficult matches and during hard moments. That’s what lifts a World Number 1 above the rest of the players.
Now when I play, my focus is to try and be the best in the world and to dominate the sport.
From the age of about five, I’ve felt very much at home on a squash court.
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