The ball travels faster than in tennis, the game requires more agility than in football and players need better hand eye coordination than any basketballer. So why then is Squash such an underated sport? Why is it not an Olympic sport and why do too many people think Squash is just a vegetable?
Shahier Razik is Canada’s unsung king of this sport as the country’s top player. He has never held a “real” job, having played squash since the age of 8. Now 33 years old, the time has come to step off the court and into a new career. Shahier wishes that he could build a livelihood out of promoting this overshadowed sport. But can he change the perceptions that people have about squash and will the general public even care?
“A Sport Called Squash” serves up laughter, excitement and hopefully the sweet taste of victory for Shahier Razik as he attempts to spread the passion for his beloved sport of squash.