Squash

The use of stringed rackets is shared with tennis, which dates from the late sixteenth century, though is more directly descended from the game of rackets from England. In “rackets”, instead of hitting over a net as in sports such as tennis, players hit a squeezable ball against walls.

Squash was invented in Harrow School out of the older game rackets around 1830 before the game spread to other schools, eventually becoming an international sport. The first courts built at this school were rather dangerous because they were near water pipes, buttresses, chimneys, and ledges. The school soon built four outside courts. Natural rubber was the material of choice for the ball.

The Queen’s Club provides its members with 3 glass backed squash courts. The section is buoyant with greater numbers attending the weekly activities such as Club nights and entering leagues. The Club offers member coaching and opportunities to play in Club Teams.

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