Squash Professional

Andrew, originally from Western Canada, started his squash career in Calgary. He trained as a junior in Calgary and played for the Canadian Junior Worlds team in 2006. He came full circle and was the manager/assistant coach for the Canadian Junior Worlds team in 2016.

Andrew has been a professional player and coach since 2006. He has worked as a squash professional at the Toronto Athletic Club since 2011 and he now primarily runs the junior and women’s programs at the Club.

Andrew reached a career high of #89 in the world. He represented Canada at the Pan-American Championships twice, the Commonwealth Games, and the Senior World Championships.

  • NCCP Certified Introduction to Competition Squash Coach, Level 2, Coaching Association of Canada (CAC)
  • NCCP Trained Competition Development Squash Coach, Level 3, CAC
  • Bachelor of Science, Psychology, University of Toronto (in progress)
  • Training program to become Psychotherapist, Gestalt Institute of Toronto (in progress)

Andrew works with kids as young as 4 years old to adults of any age. Andrew has learned to translate his skills to teach anyone from complete beginner to professional. He has the experience to help you reach your full potential as a squash player, whatever that looks like to you, by working on the technical, tactical, movement, and/or the mental side of the game.


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