This podcast is focused on interviewing the top squash coaches in the world to share their expertise. For the most part it will not be autobiographical, but will focus on sharing of squash specific information. This pool of knowledge will help other coaches, athletes and the parents of junior players.
In episode 2 I interview Graeme Williams. An England native, who moved to Canada and worked in Windsor for 7 years where he created a top junior program. During his time in Canada he also was the Women’s National Coach. One year ago he made the move to the States where he is currently coaching at the Cricket Club in Philadelphia. In this episode we talk about junior squash, college squash, pro squash, the art of coaching and a lot more. Graeme is extremely insightful and you can tel how passionate he is about squash and maintains a very humble approach even with his terrific experience and accolades. I learned a lot during our discussion and I’m sure you will do.
In episode 1 of the Serious Squash Podcast I interview coaching legend, Rob Brooks. Rob has been coaching in Toronto since 1984 and has worked with more juniors in Canada than anyone since that time. He’s in the Squash Ontario Hall Of Fame (2017) and is one of the most respected people on squash. In this episode we focus on all things junior squash.