US Squash Extends Suspension of Accredited Competition and Continues Postponement of National Championships

US Squash has extended the suspension of all accredited competition through the last weekend of June, and the unscheduled national championships for the 2019-2020 season remain postponed.

On March 10, 2020, US Squash first suspended junior accredited competition and postponed remaining national championships. Since then, the Board and staff of the organization have closely monitored the developing situation and will continue to issue updated guidelines and timelines with a priority placed on the health and wellbeing of players, their families and all community members.

National Championships

The following national championships remain postponed:

  • U.S. Junior Championships
  • U.S. Junior Silver Championships
  • U.S. Junior Bronze Championships
  • U.S. Women’s and Men’s Championships (professional and age division)
  • U.S. Parent-Child Squash Doubles Championships
  • U.S. Mixed Doubles and Hardball Singles Championships
  • U.S. Junior Squash Doubles Championships

Resuming Accredited Competition

US Squash will provide regular updates regarding the planned resumption of accredited squash tournaments and leagues and will provide as much advance notice to this effect as possible. All participants who are currently registered for tournaments in May and June will automatically be withdrawn and issued a refund.

Additional Details

Additional information as it becomes available, answers to Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) and prior US Squash communications regarding its response to the coronavirus crisis is available here:

Please email with any additional questions you may have.

US Squash thanks the squash community for their support and understanding during this challenging time.


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