Squash in India

Squash in India
A women's squash match
Country India
Governing body Squash Rackets Federation of India
National team

India men's national squash team

India women's national squash team

Squash is a popular recreational sport in India, and is gaining popularity as a competitive sport. The national governing body for squash in India is the Squash Rackets Federation of India. The India men's national squash team has participated in three quarter finals of the World Team Squash Championships since 1967. Dipika Pallikal is the topmost Indian squash player as of 2014. She is the first Indian woman to break into the top 10 in the Women's Squash Association rankings.

See also

External links

  • Squash Rackets Federation of India
  • Indian Squash Professionals
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