on from the successful Masterclass which took place in April, we
are delighted to announce another camp with Marwan ElShorbagy
and Hadrian Stiff.
theme for this camp: How to create a deadly short game.
Exploring front court attacking variations including drops,
flicks and the hold.
Watch and learn from Marwan and Hadrian as they dissect this
crucial part of the game and leave the weekend armed with new
weapons in the front corners!
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season went very well for you, what are your main goals and
objectives for this season?
My main goal is to keep enjoying what Iím doing and enjoy
the next part of the journey, I have been training hard and Iím
very excited for the next few tournaments.
You have already achieved so much in the sport with lots more
to come. What are the biggest lessons squash has taught you so
The main lesson i have learnt so far that the whole process
takes time, you just have to be patient and believe in the
process. All you have to do is keep working hard and whatís
meant to happen will happen just be patient.
If you werenít a squash player what other sport would you
most like to play professionally and why?
I like watching the NBA but Iím not sure whether I would
have wanted to do this professionally, I like racket sports in
general so I think I would have preferred to choose one of
either tennis or badminton.
part of being a professional player do you find the least
And which part the most enjoyable?
I guess as a professional athletes we are very lucky as we get
to see the world and we get to meet different people with
different cultures and different way of thinking. I think we are
very lucky thatís why we always have to stay grateful with our
What is your routine the day of the match at the big events?
I go for morning practice if my match is in the evening, or late
afternoon then I spend most of the day chilling in my room, a
flat white would make my day better though.
On the camp with you we will be focusing on having a deadly
short game, what would be your main tips for amateur players who
want to implement this into their game?
guess to have a good short game, you need to have a good basic
game so you get the opportunity to go short, a good positioning
and give yourself some space will always help you to go short
with more confident.
What are your favorite shots in the front court?
Finally, how would describe the elitesquash coaching method?
It is quite different from coaching Iíve had before in the
style, a lot about improving the movement to make the game
easier and how connecting the physical and mental sensations can
help the whole body feel better and be more effective. It has
helped me a lot in my career so far, not just on court but off
court too! It helped a lot to get me into the top 5 and
hopefully we wonít stop there ;)