German national squash team
|Statistics at world championships|
|best result||5th place (2013)|
|Last update of the infobox: December 2019|
The German squash national team is the entirety of the national squash of the German Squash Association (DSQV) . In it you will find German athletes who represent their country in both individual and team competitions nationally and internationally in squash .
The national coach has been the former professional player Oliver Pettke since 2007 . For the Men's World Championship 2019 he nominated the following players:
|rank||Surname||Date of birth||WRL||Calls||Victories||Defeats|
|1.||Simon Rösner||5th November 1987||6th||6th||5||1|
|2.||Raphael Kandra||October 29, 1990||25th||5||3||2|
|3.||Valentin Rapp||September 16, 1992||150||5||2||3|
|4th||Rudi Rohrmüller||October 19, 1991||-||2||1||1|
For the European Team Championship women in 2017 were Sina Kandra , Franziska Hennes , Nele Hatschek and Mareike Omlor nominated. At the World Games 2017 Simon Rösner, Raphael Kandra, Sina Kandra and Franziska Hennes started for the German team.
The best result at a world championship was 5th place for men in 2013 with Simon Rösner , Raphael Kandra , Jens Schoor and André Haschker . The worst result so far was the 16th place. For the first time, the men's national team took part in a world championship in 1981. The women's team was able to occupy 4th place at a world championship in 1989 and 1990. In 1989 the squad consisted of Sabine Schöne , Daniela Grzenia , Andrea Holbe and Beate Müller .
At European Championships , the men became vice European champions three times: in 1990, 1993 and 1994 the team lost in the final against England . The 1990 squad included Hansi Wiens , Jochen Arndt , Oliver Rucksack , Simon Frenz and Benjamin Bay . In 1993 and 1994 the team consisted of Hansi Wiens, Oliver Rucksack, Simon Frenz and Florian Pößl . The German women became vice European champions in 1992, 1994 and from 1996 up to and including 2000. Sabine Schöne, Daniela Grzenia and Sabine Baum formed the squad in 1992, while in 1994 and 1996 Silke Bartel was part of the team instead of Grzenia . In 1997 the team was made up of Sabine Schöne, Sabine Baum and Karin Berière , and the following year Daniela Grzenia moved up again alongside Sabine Schöne and Sabine Baum. Grzenia, Schöne and Baum also formed the German squad in 2000, in between in 1999 it consisted of Schöne, Grzenia and Berière.
Record at world championships
|1997||Petaling Jaya||Group stage||9.||3||3|
|2001||Melbourne||Round of 16||15th||2||5|
|2003||Vienna||Round of 16||15th||3||4th|
|2005||Islamabad||Round of 16||10.||3||3|
|2007||Chennai||Round of 16||16.||2||5|
|2009||Odense||Round of 16||11.||4th||3|
|2011||Paderborn||Round of 16||8th.||5||2|
|2017||Marseille||Round of 16||9.||5||1|
|2019||Washington, DC||Quarter finals||6th||4th||3|
|total||18/26 participations||5th place||65||57|