Mexican national squash team

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Trainer Miguel Montero Villanueva
Statistics at world championships
First participation 1997
Participations total 5
best result 15th place (2011)
Eternal balance 10:21
Last update of the infobox: July 2015

The Mexican squash national team is the entirety of the squash squash federation Federación de Squash de México . In it you will find Mexican athletes who represent their country in both individual and team competitions nationally and internationally in squash .



Mexico first took part in the World Cup in 1997 and finished the tournament in 26th place. The second and third participation took place in 2001 and 2003 respectively , both times Mexico did not get beyond the group stage. The fourth participation took place in the 2011 tournament , where the team reached the round of 16 for the first time. With the final 15th place Mexico achieved its best result to date. In 2013 , Mexico made it to the round of 16 and finished the tournament in 16th place.

So far, the team has won five gold, one silver and eleven bronze medals at the Pan American Games .

Current squad

When they last participated in 2013 , the Mexican team consisted of the following players:

rank Surname Date of birth
1. Arturo Salazar January 3, 1988
2. César Salazar January 3, 1988
3. Eric Gálvez 4th October 1983

Balance sheet

year venue round placement Victories Defeats
1967 AustraliaAustralia Melbourne not participated
1969 EnglandEngland Birmingham
1971 New ZealandNew Zealand Palmerston North
1973 South AfricaSouth Africa Johannesburg
1976 EnglandEngland Birmingham
1977 CanadaCanada Toronto
1979 AustraliaAustralia Brisbane
1981 SwedenSweden Stockholm
1983 New ZealandNew Zealand Auckland
1985 EgyptEgypt Cairo
1987 EnglandEngland London
1989 SingaporeSingapore Singapore
1991 FinlandFinland Helsinki
1993 PakistanPakistan Karachi
1995 EgyptEgypt Cairo
1997 MalaysiaMalaysia Petaling Jaya Group stage 26th 3 3
1999 EgyptEgypt Cairo not participated
2001 AustraliaAustralia Melbourne Group stage 21st 2 4th
2003 AustriaAustria Vienna Group stage 29 2 4th
2005 PakistanPakistan Islamabad not participated
2007 IndiaIndia Chennai
2009 DenmarkDenmark Odense
2011 GermanyGermany Paderborn Round of 16 15th 2 5
2013 FranceFrance Mulhouse Round of 16 16. 1 5
2015 EgyptEgypt Cairo no event
2017 FranceFrance Marseille not participated
2019 United StatesUnited States Washington, DC not participated
total 5/26 participations 0 tracks 10 21st

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