2020 - Current"Squash.... My Passion.... My Mission."Gerard took over the reins in Sep 2020. Former National players Azlan Iskandar, Sharon Wee and Randy Chitty joined the team. Unfortunately, due to Covid 19, not many tournaments were held in Malaysia or abroad. However, the committee is aggressively pursuing the goal of making SRAM, a more visible and dynamic entity. Meanwhile the players are slowly coming back to full-on training and the next major goal is the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham and the Asian Games in Hangzhou in 2021.
"I want to be part of developing squash as squash was a huge part in developing me."
"Thrilled to be back involved in squash."
"If your roots are strong, nothing can stop you from blossoming."
"Squash is now my life."
"To let or not to let, that is the question"
"Squash for all."
"Let's squash Covid to play more squash."
"All our dreams can come true if we have the courage to pursue them."
"Together, let's elevate the Sport to greater heights!."
SRAM first started operating on a ‘voluntary basis’. Some of the key administrators who have selflessly contributed to the growth of SRAM in the early years include Prasad Pillai, Chris Foo, K.Sivanesen, Leslie Ponnampalam, Lt.Kol (R) Wong Ah Jit, and Peter Chee.
Eventually, as SRAM grew to become one of the most prominent association in the country, the need for full-time paid administrators became evident. Today, SRAM has six full-time staff on its payroll.
13 states and 2 Federal Territories, Kuala Lumpur & Putrajaya are affiliated branches of SRAM. State affiliates play a huge role in the development of squash in the country, especially at the grassroot levels and serve as a launching pad for players to move up to the National Squash Centre, at Bukit Jalil.
Persatuan Squash Malaysia Squash Racquets Association of Malaysia (SRAM)
National Squash Centre, National Sports Centre, Bukit Jalil, 57000, Kuala Lumpur