Asian Squash Federation

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Asian Squash Federation
Logo Asian Squash Federation.jpg
TypeSports organization
HeadquartersMalaysia Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Region served
27 member associations
Hong Kong David Y.Y. Mui
South Korea Kim Won Kwan
Kuwait Fayez Abdullah S. Al-Mutairi
Pakistan Avm Syed Razi Nawab
General Secretary
Hong Kong Duncan Chiu
Parent organization
World Squash Federation

The Asian Squash Federation was formed on November 29, 1980, at the suggestion of Pakistan and the "First Meeting of Squash Playing Nations of Asia", held in Karachi. The founder members were Bahrain, Bangladesh, Malaysia, Pakistan, Philippines, Singapore, and Thailand.

Pakistan provided the first president, the headquarters, and the secretariat; the principles and objects of the ASF are:

  • To serve as the Squash management body in Asia and as such, to promote and assist in the development of the sport among its member countries.
  • To uphold and enforce the principal aspects of all organisational and technical rules of the sport, as decided by the World Squash Federation (WSF), and to:
    • implement the fundamental regulations for international competitive Squash; and
    • maintain a working relationship with the Olympic Council of Asia.
  • To maintain the authority and autonomy of its members.
  • To protect the common interests of its members through consultation and coordinated effort.
  • To collect, collate and circulate information amongst its members.
  • To assist members in promoting competitive Squash for the benefit of all member nations of the Federation.
  • To arbitrate if circumstances so demand on any Squash-related dispute amongst member countries.


No. Years Name
1 1980–1985 Pakistan M.Anwar Shamim
2 1985–1997 Singapore Edward Jacob
3 1997–2001 Malaysia Mokhzani Mahathir
4 2001–2009 India Narayana Ramachandran
5 2009–2013 Malaysia Dato' A. Sani Karim
6 2013- Hong Kong David Y.Y. Mui


List of members[edit]

Nation Federation President
Bahrain Bahrain Bahrain Badminton & Squash Association Hussam Bin Essa Al-Khalifa
Bangladesh Bangladesh Bangladesh Squash Rackets Federation Mushfiqur Rahman Mohan
Brunei Brunei Brunei Squash Rackets Association Abdul Hamid Abdullah
China China Chinese Squash Association Zhang Xiaoning
Chinese Taipei Chinese Taipei Squash Rackets Association of Chinese Taipei Charles-C.Y.Chen
Hong Kong Hong Kong Hong Kong Squash David Y Y Mui
India India Squash Rackets Federation of India K.S.Sripathi
Indonesia Indonesia Persatuan Squash Indonesia Syarif Bastaman
Iran Iran Iran Squash Federation Masoud Soleimani
Iraq Iraq Iraqi Squash Federation Ali Jihad Ramadhan
Japan Japan Japan Squash Association Totsumi Fujigasaki
Jordan Jordan Jordan Squash Federation Ramzi Ali Tabbalat
South Korea South Korea Korea Squash Federation WonKwan Kim
Kuwait Kuwait Kuwait Squash Federation Hussain A. Al Maqsseed
Lebanon Lebanon Lebanese Squash Federation Mahmoud El Badawi
Macau Macau Associacao De Squash De Macau Cheung Lup Kwan
Malaysia Malaysia Squash Racquets Association Of Malaysia Dato' Syed Mustaffa Syed Ali
Nepal Nepal Nepal Squash Rackets Federation Kishore Maharjan
Oman Oman Squash Federation of Oman Ahmad ben Hashill Al-Muscarry
Pakistan Pakistan Pakistan Squash Federation Tahir Raffique Butt
State of Palestine Palestine Palestine Squash Federation Mohammed Abou-Loughad
Philippines Philippines Squash Rackets Association of the Philippines Romeo M Ribano
Qatar Qatar Qatar Squash Federation Nasser Al-Khelaïfi[2]
Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia Saudi Squash Federation Tareq Al Tameme
Singapore Singapore Singapore Squash Rackets Association Desmond Hill
Sri Lanka Sri Lanka Sri Lanka Squash Federation Palitha Weerasinghe
Thailand Thailand Thailand Squash Rackets Association Patee Sarasin


Junior Events
Asian Junior Individual Championships
Asian Junior Team Championships
Asian Junior Super Series

Seniors' Events
Asian Individual Squash Championships
Asian Squash Team Championships

Masters' Events
Asian Masters Championships

See also[edit]


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  2. ^ [1]

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