The season-ending PSA Dubai World Series Finals have been lighting up the sport this week as the world’s top players battle for a share of the lucrative $160,000 prize money.
Off the court though, the players have been as busy as ever on social media, so we thought we would have a look at what they’ve been up to over the past seven days.
The spectacular skyline of Dubai has caught the attention of players and supporters alike. World No.2 Laura Massaro treated us to a stunning aerial view from the world’s tallest building – the Burj Khalifa.
From stunning sights to sights that cannot be unseen… Here's SQUASHTV commentator Joey Barrington in a fetching pair of budgie smugglers. (Disclaimer: The PSA take no responsibility for any discomfort caused by the following picture)
Massaro wasn't particularly impressed by our choice of imagery after she overcame Malaysian superstar Nicol David in Dubai. Sorry Laura, hope the one above is better!
Meanwhile, 'Colombian Cannonball' Miguel Angel Rodriguez also took time out to share the view with his followers, sharing a ‘selfie’ in front of the Burj Khalifa.
Speaking of selfies, United States No.1 Amanda Sobhy caught three-time champion Nick Matthew red-handed – give him a follow at nmsquash!
'The Wolf' may have lost out to Rodriguez for the first time in his career in the group stage of the World Series Finals, but he was full of praise for his athletic opponent.
Australian No.1 Cameron Pilley will join Rodriguez in the semi-finals of his maiden World Series Finals and is clearly delighted with his fine form.
Pilley’s gain was Simon Rösner’s loss though as the big German bowed out after defeat in the final group match against the Australian.
Finally, one of the most iconic and legendary players ever to play the sport, Amr Shabana, takes us back to 1999 with a throwback picture of the first Egyptian side ever to win the World Team Championships.