Excellent book. Just what i needed to learn more about squash. It already make me change some misconseptions about the game technique that i had. It's really a very compreensive book, with focus on every aspects of the game. The technical issues are very well explained, and easy to follow and understand, even from someone whos first language is not english (wich is my case). It has lot's of explanatory images and schemes about the matters explained, and very useful comment's about their real squash experience by famous player's like Jansher Khan and Ross Norman. All in all, a must buy book.
If you move on to 'Workshop' from Ian McKenzie's 'Squash Skills', you will have a seamless experience. This is a very full book with hundreds of diagrams and excellent photographs unusually well captioned (how did the author get Jansher Khan down there to demonstrate for this book, and Ross Norman?). Tons of really meaty content and it will make you think about your game. Any serious player should not be without it.
The heavyweight guide to squash instruction. 272 pages. If you are serious about your squash this is the book that has it all and reverberates on-court experience on every page. You will go back to it again and again and find new things. In depth, simple to understand and excellent.
Very disappointing buy. The book is outdated in its references to players photos and layout. Illustrations are poor and lack clarity. For basic skills and understanding the game this book will not help you.