A glittering line up including current world number one Mohamed El Shorbagy explains why squash must be included in the Olympic Games 2024
It was my dream, begins Zahangir Khan, to play in the Olympics. 'But, it never happened to me.'
Playing squash on the planet's most prestigious sporting stage may elude the former world number one, but a galaxy of new stars hope its not wishful thinking for squash to make it to the 2024 Games.
'I'm sure, people around the world want to see squash in the Olympics', says Khan, and Mohamed El Shorbagy, the current world number one; Amanda Sobhy, ranked number seven in the world; and Nick Matthew, three times world open champion, agree in this exclusive video for Vision.