Swiss national squash team
|Statistics at world championships|
|best result||12th place (2019)|
|Last update of the infobox: December 2019|
The Swiss squash national team is the entirety of the cadres of the Swiss Squash Association . It includes Swiss athletes who represent their country in both individual and team competitions nationally and internationally in squash .
Switzerland first took part in a world championship in 1987 . Until 1999 she took part in all subsequent events, but never got beyond the group stage. In 2001 there was no participation until 2003, the best result to date, was achieved with 13th place. In the following three events, Switzerland again refrained from participating before taking part in the World Cup again from 2011 . In 2019 , despite the short-term absence of top player Nicolas Müller , she reached a new record with twelfth place.
National coach is Pascal Bruhin .
At the last World Cup in 2019 , the Swiss team consisted of the following players:
|rank||Surname||Date of birth||WRL||Calls||Victories||Defeats|
|1.||Dimitri Steinmann||July 14, 1997||62||5||1||4th|
|2.||Reiko Peter||March 31, 1989||133||3||2||1|
|3.||Robin Gadola||October 7, 1994||147||2||0||2|
|4th||Cédric cake||20th August 1992||201||4th||0||4th|
Record at world championships
|1997||Petaling Jaya||Group stage||17th||5||1|
|2017||Marseille||Round of 16||16.||1||5|
|2019||Washington, DC||Round of 16||12.||1||4th|
|total||12/26 participations||12th place||33||42|
- ↑ Swiss Sweep Into World Teams Top 12 & Dedicate Success To No.1. In: psaworldtour.com. Professional Squash Association , December 18, 2019, accessed December 27, 2019 .