As one of the leading squash nations in the world, Malaysia has been involved in hosting several major tournaments over the years. To date, Malaysia has hosted the WSF Men’s World Championship twice – in 1989 and 1997; and the WSF Women’s World Championship four times – 1996, 2004, 2013 and 2015. Besides that, Malaysia has also played host to several ASF Asian Individual Championships and ASF Asian Team Championships over the years. The ASF Asian Individual meet has been held in the country six times, with the 2011 edition being the last while the team meet has been hosted five times, dating back to 1986. At the junior level, Malaysia has also hosted the boys’ and girls’ WSF World Junior Championships as well as the ASF Asian Junior Championships two times each.In terms of achievements, squash has always made the nation proud by never failing to return with a medal at major multi-sport events such as the Commonwealth and Asian Games since 1998. Won the Men’s team and individual titles at the 10th Asian Squash Championship in Hong Kong. Since its inception in 1981, besides Pakistan, Malaysia is the only nation to achieve this. A best finish of 2nd place at the WSF Women’s World Team Championships 2014.
Several other titles at the regional level. Arguably Malaysia can be considered the most successful nation in squash in Asia.
Sports icon Nicol David is the most decorated squash player in history with superlative achievements. The men’s team also performed beyond expectations when they bagged their first ever team gold medal at the 2018 Asian Games.
Malaysian Men’s team and individual winners at 10th Asian Squash Championship in HK. Since its inception in 1981, besides Pakistan, Malaysia is the only nation to achieve this.
Women’s World Team Championships 2014 –2nd place – Best ever finish
Asian Junior Team Championships – Won both boys and girls titles in 2009 & 2015
Won 3 titles at the BJO 2017 and 5 titles at the AJIC -2018
SRAM was awarded the highest rating of five stars for governance by the Sports Commissioner’s Office (SCO) in 2017, 2018 and 2019.
Besides being a top association in the country, SRAM is also widely recognised as a respected member of the World Squash Federation (WSF), Asian Squash Federation (ASF) and the Southeast Asian Squash Federation (SEASF).
Many of our officials have gone on to serve squash at the International level. These are some of their achievements:
Initiated in 2016. The winners are as follows:
Persatuan Squash Malaysia Squash Racquets Association of Malaysia (SRAM)
National Squash Centre, National Sports Centre, Bukit Jalil, 57000, Kuala Lumpur