Squash is very similar to tennis, but  much faster and played on a special squash court. There are also a number of other differences between the two sports. For example, squash players stand next to each other instead of opposite each other, and the ball isn’t played over a net, but against the walls.
Squash is a challenging game that can be played at all levels. Thanks to the speed of the game, squash is also a terrific way to improve your fitness.

Safety measures coronavirus:

  • Adhere to the RIVM guidelines and the guidelines of the TU Delft.
  • Keeping 1.5 metres distance is no longer a rule; however, it is still a sensible idea to allow each other plenty of room.
  • Any symptoms: stay at home and get tested.
  • Good hygiene remains important.
  • If you take part in activities that fall under your X subscription, make sure you have your Campus Card or X card with you.
  • Inside Cafe X and at some events, a COVID certificate is required.

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The beginners course Squash is offered in cooperation with Squash Delft. In this course, you will learn the basic rules and techniques of the game and play games against other students. The courses are held at the Squash Delft squash courts.

Schedule & enrolment

Teacher

Sammy Eckhardt

Sammy studied at the Academy of Physical Education and is educated as a squash teacher. Since 1997 he is a trainer at Squash Delft.

www.squash-delft.nl

The intermediate course Squash is offered in cooperation with Squash Delft. In this course, you will work on your volley and lob techniques and learn about various tactics that you can use during games. Squash has the added bonus that it’s a great way to improve your general level of fitness. The courses take place at the Squash Delft squash courts.

Schedule & enrolment

Teacher

Sammy Eckhardt

Sammy studied at the Academy of Physical Education and is educated as a squash teacher. Since 1997 he is a trainer at Squash Delft.

www.squash-delft.nl