Professional Squash Association

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The Professional Squash Association (PSA) is the association of all male and female squash professional players based in Leeds (previously Cardiff ).


Acting president for the men is James Willstrop , who is still playing , and Jenny Duncalf for the women . The management is held by the former top 10 player Alex Gough , Lee Beachill controls the operational business , and the chairman of the board is Ziad Al-Turki. Al-Turki and Willstrop are also on the Board of Directors , as are Renan Lavigne and five other members. For a long time, the female professional players were organized in their own association. In 2015 this, the Women's Squash Association (WSA), was incorporated into the PSA, as this step was hoped for better marketing of both tours.

PSA World Tour

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US Pro Squash Series

Main article: US Pro Squash Series

On January 26, 2013, the PSA announced together with the US National Squash Association that they would be launching a new tournament series called the US Pro Squash Series . Similar to the US Open Series in tennis, this tournament series is used to support marketing efforts for tournaments in the United States . The tournament series includes all PSA tournaments in the PSA Challenger and International categories on US soil. Depending on their performance in these tournaments, the players receive a certain number of points. At the end of the season, the three players with the highest accumulated points will be rewarded with additional prize money.

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Individual evidence

  2. PSA Unveils Brand New Look For Professional Squash ,, July 7, 2015.
  3. US Squash & PSA Launch “US Pro Squash Series” ( Memento from April 12, 2013 in the Internet Archive )