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Squash 2013 Calendar
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Three state-of-the-art courts, consisting of concrete walls and sprung-wood flooring, provide optimal play on a world-class level. Viewing galleries allow up to 60 spectators catch all the vigorous action, while a computer station and nearby bulletin board let players book courts, confirm schedules and keep abreast of related happenings.
Burn off some steam and better your game by booking a court on your own time, taking a private lesson or trying one of the numerous group programs on offer.
ourt times can be reserved online or at the Recreation Desk. Rental rackets, goggles and apparel are available at the Recreation Desk.
Weekdays : 6:30 am–9 pm
Weekends: 7:30 am–8 pm
National holidays: 7:30 am–9 pm
T-shirts, shorts and socks are available for rent for no cost. Rental rackets, squash shoes, goggles, balls and stringing facilitiesare available at the Recreation Desk. Rental racket: ¥525
Introducing the Squash Ball Machine
Making it easier for players to perfect their ball hitting technique on their own time, the Club is now providing a squash ball machine for daily use. Reservations required.
From April 8 | Monday–Friday: 7:30 am–5 pm | Weekends from noon | Squash Court 3
¥1,050 per 45-minute session
Members are responsible for putting squash balls back into the machine after use. Recreation staff will assist with setting up and storing the ball machine for each session.
Sign up for one-on-one coaching with Club pros Hitoshi Ushiogi or Benjamin Faucard and hone your skills on the court. Contact the Recreation Desk to book your lesson.
1 on 1: ¥4,200 / 30 minutes
1 on 2: ¥2,625 per person / 30 minutes
1 on 3: ¥2,100 per person / 30 minutes
Kids ages 6 to 12 can learn the fundamentals of the game during this fun, 3-month long session. Classes are divided into 3 skill levels and taught by Club pro Hirotsugu Horie. Checkfor the most current sessions at the Recreation Desk.
Women's Squash Clinic
Female players receive training and tips to better their game during this exclusive clinic. Contact the Recreation Desk for details.
The Squash League provides players of all levels an opportunity to improve their game, stay fit and make friends. Over a 6-week period, players compete against others at the same level. Most of the Club's active players participate in the league, making it the most popular regular squash competition and providing members an enjoyable way to find others of similar skill.
Monthly dues: ¥1,000
Contact the Recreation Desk for details
Squash Social Night
The Club's squash players enjoy an evening of casual play and a chance to put their skills to the test against professional Hitoshi Ushiogi, a former national champion.
Held the last Tuesday of the month
Work on your boast, stroke and strategy when you partner with Japan Masters winner Noriko Kamiyama for a friendly hit and the opportunity to up your game.
Thursdays by appointment only
From 3 pm
¥2,625 (30 minutes)
Contact the Recreation Services Desk for details
Squash ProfessionalsPeter Amaglio–Instructor
Coaching experience: 30 years
Languages: English, Japanese
Availability: Mondays 5:30–9:30 p.m.
Tuesdays 11 a.m.–4:30 p.m., 7:15–9:45 p.m.
Fee: ¥4,200 per 30 minutes
Kansai Open, Hokkaido Open, Kanto Open, Tokyo Metropolitan Tournament and Kanagawa Championship Tournament—winner, Finished in the top ten twice at the Japan Open
Professional since 1986
Coaching experience: 25 years
Languages: English, Japanese
Availability: Monday evenings
Japanese Olympic Committee member, Japan national squash team head coach, All-Japan Championships—winner (1981–1994), Created squash improvement course (2001)
Coaching experience: 14 years
Languages: English, French, Spanish, Japanese
Former French national team player, Seven-time French National Championships participant, Squash player since 4 years old
Noriko Kamiyama–Hitting partner
Availability: contact the Recreation Desk for details
Certified level T trainer, 2007 All-Japan Masters winner, Tokyo Grade Tournament (last 9), Kanto Grade Tournament (semifinalist)