The Squash Racquets Association of Malaysia (SRAM) is the governing body for squash in the country and was founded in 1972. It was officially registered as an association on 22 October 1974. However, the first organised squash competition was held in 1939 at the Malay College in the royal town of Kuala Kangsar, Perak. Two future great leaders of this country were featured in the finals of that event: YAM Tunku Ja’afar ibni Tuanku Abdul Rahman (who later became the King of Malaysia from 1994-1999) beat En Abdul Razak bin Hussein (later Tun, who served as Prime Minister of Malaysia from 1970 to 1976).
To create an awareness and ensure the growth of squash in all states.
To popularise and promote the game of squash in Malaysia as a mass sport – ‘Squash for Life’.
To ensure sustainable success at the elite level.
To be among the top 5 in the Senior world team events and top 2 in the Junior team events by 2025.
To produce two top 10 PSA players by 2025 and a world junior champion by 2025.
To promote grassroots development in all states where on an average each state should have at least 100-150 players in their programmes by 2025.
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Persatuan Squash Malaysia Squash Racquets Association of Malaysia (SRAM)
National Squash Centre, National Sports Centre, Bukit Jalil, 57000, Kuala Lumpur