So, what makes Farag so consistent and difficult to play? Among many great aspects of his game, his movement is efficient, he anticipates extremely well, and his one court awareness is second-to-none.
The video below focuses on Farag’s awareness. Using a specific example of traditional “bad length”, Ahad explains the true definition of “good length”. It isn’t the conventional idea of the ball being glued to the side wall. Ali’s explanation will be an eye-opening revelation for most recreational and competitive players.
About Ahad Raza
Ahad Raza is a former Professional Squash Association (PSA) touring athlete and top 10 Canadian player. He is a published author on mindset and peak performance. Ahad mentors athletes, business executives and business owners on mindset, peak performance, and squash. Ahad presents unique content on his AR Proformance YouTube channel where he (1) analyses the subtleties of professional squash in depth, and (2) interviews top players to inspire, empower, and help guide the transformation of squash players around the world. Ahad is extremely passion about squash, and he is grateful to be able to share his experiences with you virtually and via his website.