Federation set to begin training for
DOHA, 21 September 2011 - The Qatar Squash Federation (QSF) in a
bid to widen the talent pool in the country and increase the
popularity of the game has embarked on an ambitious talent hunt
project in the form of Qatar Squash Federation School (QSFS).
QSF have set their eyes on training players at a young age,
above six years.
“Under the programmee, QSFS will conduct training for players in
two groups per week. Registration for the same has already
started. The training is open to both male and female players,
and they must not be below the age of six years at the time of
registration,” said Gamal Rasmi, Technical Secretary of QSF.
“Group 1 players will train on Saturday, Monday and Wednesday
while the second group will hit the court on Sunday, Tuesday and
Thursday. The training sessions will be divided into 50 minutes
of squash and fifty minutes of physical training,” added Rasmi.
Five training session per day will be conducted by coaches
associated with Qatar Squash Federation School Technical
Committee at Khalifa International Tennis and Squash Complex.
Interested players are required to submit a copy of the birth
certificate, copy of the passport or ID copy, two coloured
passport size photographs and a medical certificate from an
accredited doctor certifying the player’s medical fitness to
“Junior players below the age of 19 years must wear a proper eye
protection glasses. Qatar Squash School will provide only squash
balls. Players must bring their won rackets and must be wearing
proper squash shoes,” said Jamal.
Meanwhile, Abdulla Al Tamimi and Abdulrahman Al Malki beat off
competition from several players to win a right to represent
Qatar at the 12th Arab Games which will be hosted by Qatar from
December 9 to 23 in Doha. The multi-sport event will involve
some 7,000 athletes from 22 Arabic countries competing in 35
The plan is to commence the school on Monday, September 12th
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