From Squash Magazine
Manek Mathur, one of the most dominant and influential professional doubles players of the past decade, has announced his retirement from the Squash Doubles Association Pro Tour. New York City-based Mathur will bow out at the top of the world rankings and make his final appearance at the historic David C. Johnson, Jr. Memorial, February 21-26, at the Heights Casino in Brooklyn.
A native of Mumbai, India, Mathur first made his impact on the U.S. squash scene as a college squash star at Trinity College, where he contributed to the Bantams’ record eleven-year national title streak with four titles from 2006-2009. Shortly after graduating, Mathur became a squash professional at the Field Club of Greenwich, which along with the Round …
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