Squash Court

Wooden Flooring
Glass Back Wall
Hard Plaster
Wooden Flooring

Sundek Air Cush Wooden Flooring system, confirming the requirement of World Squash Federation (WSF), consists of Kiln Seasoned (dried) imported American Hard Maple or European Sycamore Wood surface boards and the under frame made of Imported Fir/Spruce/Pine Wood runners from New Zealand (Australia) or Germany.

Glass Back Wall
Exhaustively tested by leading competent authorities, the Sundek Glass Wall System meets all recommended safety standards and building codes. The design, manufacture and installation of all components are rigorously controlled and guarantees that repeated high energy impacts can be withstood without breakage whilst still providing an ideal court wall. The unique door hinge completely eliminates the risk of finger being trapped in the door. The glass walls give spectators a clear unimpeded view of the action happening on the court which also helps in coaching and provides a good view for the referee. The material used is wholly compatible with 12 mm toughened glass and able to cope with the constant stresses applied.
Hard Plaster

Sundek Hard Plaster System gives the finest court surface with unique combination of great strength with whiteness. Hard wall plaster system needs no painting or cleaning to restore it back to its pristine state. Minimum life expectancy exceeds any plaster product currently available in the world.These walls are compliant with all specifications and standards defined by the WSF.This system has been tried and tested all over the world. Moreover, it can be used in all kinds of climatic conditions from sub-arctic to desert.Sundek Hard Plaster System has been proved for excellent durability for high impact resistance, flat and true predictable rebound surfaces, superb reflectance, ball visibility and cost effectiveness.

The court size was codified in the 1920s at 975 cm (32 feet) and 640 cm (21 feet) wide. The front wall has a “front wall line”, 457 cm (15 feet) above the floor, connected by a raking “front” line meeting the “out” line on the back wall at 213 cm (7 feet) above the floor. The front wall also has a “service line” whose top is 183 cm (6 feet) above the floor with the “board” (the equivalent of a net) 48 cm (18.9 inches) high. The floor is marked with a transverse “halfcourt” line and further divided into two rear “quarter courts” and two “service boxes”, as shown in the diagram.

For Your Information

The basic strategy of the sport is to hit the ball straight up the side walls to the back corners referred to as a straight drive, wall, or “length”.
Attacking with soft or “short” shots to the front corners, also known as ‘drop shots’, causes the opponent to cover more of the court and may result in an outright winner.
‘Angle’ shots are used for deception and again to cause the opponent to cover more of the court.
A skilled player sometimes attempts to finish rallies by hitting the ball at an angle onto the front wall and into an area known as the ‘nick’ i.e. the junction between the side wall and floor, which if done properly will cause the ball to roll out along the floor and be unreturnable.

Ball Specification:

Balls are 39.5 mm and 40.5 mm in diameter, and weigh between 23 and 25 grams. They are made with two pieces of rubber compound, glued together to form a hollow sphere and buffed to a matte finish.
The small coloured dots on the squash ball indicate the level of bounciness and hence, the standard of play it is suited for the recognized colours and ‘speeds’ are as given below:
Double Yellow – Extra Super slow
Yellow – Super slow
Green or White – slow
Red – Medium
Blue – Fast