Wael was born in Giza, Egypt and began playing squash at the relatively late age of 13 after switching over from tennis. He entered the pro ranks in 2000 after reaching the podium at the World Junior Championships. In addition to dedication to developing as a squash player, Wael continued his studies and graduated the Arab Academy College with a degree in Business Administration.
As a professional, he was a top ten player for eight years and achieved his highest ranking at the #8 position. 2010 and 2011 were among some of his best years, with wins at the US Open in 2010 and a victory for Egypt at the 2011 World Team Championships.
Wael is now focused on coaching and mentoring and brings the same dedication and talent that propelled him to success as a player. He has been the US Junior National Coach and has coached multiple juniors to #1 American national rankings.
Adam grew up playing squash in England and had the benefit of training and playing alongside world ranked players. He has been the head coach at the Eastern Athletic Club since 2008 and has coached many nationally ranked squash players.
They don't just run you around like other coaches. We worked on dynamic training and strategy. You could tell that Mostafa not only played squash a high level, but he knew how to help other players get there.
Michael K., Brooklyn, NY
*10 years teaching pro in the US
* USA juniors national team coach
* Top 100 PSA player in 2002
* Squash director for summer program in Southampton New York
Smart Squash is a Brooklyn based program that beings world class coaching to junior and adult players. We offer beginning clinics, one-on-one instruction and on-site tournament coaching.
Wael El Hindi
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