Open Squash is proud to welcome Mike Way and his staff from Harvard again this summer. We are offering three intensive 4-day workshops at our beautiful 5-court, state-of-the-art facility in Midtown Manhattan. These camps are suitable for both up-and-coming young squash players, and those with significant competitive experience.
Mike Way and his team provide personalized, detailed analysis of technique, tactics, and match play, as well as guidance on training, mental resilience and tournament preparation, so that players can be in peak form when the season starts.
“The Mike Way Camp was both a challenging and rewarding experience… I enjoyed the combined technical, tactical, and mental approaches.”
– Sonya Sasson, #11 GU19
“Our sons, Carlton, Christian, and Lucas attended Mike Way’s camp in New York City last summer and loved it! They described it as one of the most important experiences in their squash development. We were very impressed and could not have asked for a more formative camp experience for our boys. The camp is a must on a summer calendar.”
– Joe Capella, Parent of 3 Mike Way Camp attendees and 2 USA #1 players in their respective age groups
|Sunday, June 19th - Wednesday, June 22nd|
|Monday, August 22nd - Thursday, August 25th|
|Friday, August 26th - Monday August 29th|
Mike Way has been coaching the world’s top players for 20 years, including Jonathon Power (former world #1), Graham Ryding (former world #10), Amanda Sobhy ( #7), and the current world #1, Ali Farag. In addition, under his leadership, Harvard Squash has won 23 team and individual championships in the last 9 seasons.
Mike’s attention to detail and understanding of the finer points of the game are legendary, as are his generosity and dedication, not just to squash, but to his players’ well-being and personal development.