The Travelling Squash Court

Do you know anybody who frequently plays squash games? I guess not. Squash has never been a very popular sport to watch. So, which city should build a professional squash court to join the PSA Tour (the squash equivalent of the ATP Tour in tennis)?

This temporary squash court solves the squash problem, giving cities the opportunity to organise a world tour squash event without investing in expensive accommodations. The flexible hall of glass travels the world and brings the tournaments. The instant stadium has been at the world’s most special places and has made squash a world sport at Grand Central Terminal New York, Royal Albert Hall in London, the Boston Symphony Hall and, last but not least, the pyramids of Giza in the Egyptian desert.