Dipika Pallikal - India's No. 1 Womens Player

sarah_and_dipika.jpgSarah needs no introduction, I can confidently say that whatever I am today is because of all the hard work she's put in with me during our sessions.

I remember when I started playing squash the only name I knew was Sarah Fitz-Gerald and that she was unbeatable! And from then on I've always wanted to be like her.

When I got the opportunity to train with her I grabbed it. Training with her over the years made me realise that its not only about training hard everyday, its also about surrounding yourself with people who actually care about you. And Sarah is one such example.

I have learnt so much from Sarah over the years, not only about squash but about life too that makes me very fortunate to have her as my coach .
Whatever I do in life, if I achieve half of what Sarah has, I will be a satisfied person.

Christine Nunn - Australian No.3

Sarah has and always will be a huge inspiration to me.

As a young girl, her achievements on the squash court etched the name Sarah Fitz-Gerald into my mind. 5 times World Chmapion and Commonwealth Games Gold Medalist, I knew Sarah was the best squash player in the world.

But it is the way in which she has and continues to selflessly dedicate herself to the sport that inspires me the most.

Sarah has represented herself, her country and the sport of squash, passionately and lovingly with the upmost professionalism and respect.

Over the years, I have been fortunate to get to know the warm, strong, generous woman behind the champion.

Through coaching from Sarah, I have developed as both a player and a person, thanks to the invaluable knowledge, challenges, experiences and time Sarah has given me.

I consider myself very lucky to call Sarah my coach, mentor and friend.