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Ibrahim Gul is the 32 year old Pakistani coach of the Singapore national squash squad. Formerly he was the assistant coach of the Pakistani national team. He is the son of squash player Rahim Gul and his younger brother is also a squash coach of a college team in Singapore. Ibrahim plans to ensure Singapore will strike gold in this sport in the coming years. Here, he is seen warming up and sparring with Marcus Phua. Another player catches his breath. I was briefly allowed in the court.

 

Still More Practice

Ibrahim Gul is the 32 year old Pakistani coach of the Singapore national squash squad. Formerly he was the assistant coach of the Pakistani national team. He is the son of squash player Rahim Gul and his younger brother is also a squash coach of a college team in Singapore. Ibrahim plans to ensure Singapore will strike gold in this sport in the coming years. Here, he is seen warming up and sparring with Marcus Phua. Another player catches his breath. I was briefly allowed in the court.

 

comments (13)

  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 5 Jul 2016, 00:32
You have a story in the image, Ayush, and the fir ground rester makes it interesting.
Ayush Basu: Thank you, Ray. I agree about the story.
Jolie photo. Merci pour les explications.
Ayush Basu: Je suis content que tu l'aimes. merci pour le voyage
Thank you for following the series, Martine.
Exciting to be allowed on the court... brave of you!
Ayush Basu: Or stupid tongue Well it was only for a short while and by this period, they had not fully warmed up. We did leave the court by the time they were ready to fire on all cylinders.
That makes a very interesting moment.
Ayush Basu: Thank you for the kind remark, Michael.
Like at a parade Ayush! Well done.
Ayush Basu: Thank you for the kind remark, Richard.
  • Chris
  • England
  • 5 Jul 2016, 06:13
Practice makes perfect
Ayush Basu: Couldn't have said it better, Chris.
  • Lisl
  • Bath, England
  • 5 Jul 2016, 06:58
I guess you took as many pictures as possible on your brief entry to the court, Ayush
Ayush Basu: To be honest, I did; I am not particularly good at squash photos and I figured I should capture what looks to be a 'good' moment, Lisl.
I hope they achieve their ambition Ayush. I bet you made the most of being allowed on court
Ayush Basu: Marcus and Vivian won the Men's gold for the doubles. They also have big plans for this year, Bill.
Do you play this game Ayush?
Ayush Basu: Oh no, Chad. In a short while, I'd injure myself or someone else.
You are reminding me how much I used to enjoy playing squash, Ayush.
Ayush Basu: I am pleased to hear that, Frank, although I do not see any enjoyment in it wink
Someone has brought a new sport here called speed ball and says it is quite like squash.
Ayush Basu: I am not familiar with it, Mary, but when I look to Google images, it looks nothing like squash whatsoever.
great shot Ayush... you had to catch your shot and get out of the court this time... love the action....petersmile
Ayush Basu: Oh yes, for one, I value my camera equipment (and my teeth!). Besides, once they warmed up, they really started whacking it all around the court, Peter. I am pleased you like it.
  • CherryPie
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 6 Jul 2016, 22:17
A lovely shot, what an opportunity for you smile
Ayush Basu: Thank you for the kind remark, Cherry. It was a great opportunity indeed.

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