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Athletes from Commonwealth nations feature prominently in World Squash Federation competitions held annually around the globe, and as such the fast-paced competition of the Squash events in Melbourne will be world class.

The Squash competition will be held in a purpose-built all-glass show court at the Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre (MSAC) where players will challenge for five gold in both singles (men and women) and doubles (men, women and mixed) events across 11 days of competition.

Singles events will involve a knockout draw, with the best two players progressing to the gold medal match, while eliminated players contest consolation games throughout the tournament. The doubles competition involves a round-robin with successful teams qualifying for the knockout medal rounds.

Competition Format
Event Men Women Mixed
Singles Not applicable
Doubles

For further information please visit the following sites:

  • World Squash Federation.
  • Squash Australia.
  • Victorian Squash Federation.

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Medal Table

Squash
Country Gold Medal Tally
Gold
Silver Medal Tally
Silver
Bronze Medal Tally
Bronze
Australia flag Australia 3 3 2
England flag England 2 1 2
New Zealand flag New Zealand 0 1 1


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