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TPoint Takes Squash Outside In Spectacular Tel Aviv Unveiling

The dream of taking squash to the public has become a reality with the launch of the first smart outdoor squash court complex in a park in the centre of the Israeli city Tel Aviv.

The spectacular TPoint initiative is the brainchild of entrepreneur Yossi Fixman, in partnership with the world's leading squash court manufacturer ASB

Traditionally confined to indoor locations and hidden from public view, Squash is set for a profile breakthrough as TPoint bids to establish standalone squash hubs in outdoor areas all around the city, increasing access to sports facilities and raising exposure for the game.

The €1.5M TPoint Tel Aviv hub features four multifunctional ASB GlassCourts that are fully controlled by the TPoint app which allow players to practice all year round in outdoor environment.

TPoint modular squash courts were sparked by the combination of love of sports and love of nature, the vision is to facilitate the access to cutting-edge squash courts that are a delight to use, to encourage squash participation and to increase a healthy lifestyle.

"The beautifully designed electronic squash courts, with innovative technology, will create a new and exciting sport experience," said Fixman. "We believe that by bringing squash from 'hidden' areas to visible outdoor places around the city, the number of participants will increase each year by exposing squash as healthy, competitive, fun and social sport activity."

The overall system provides ideal playing conditions at all times during the day and year and it makes this incredibly attractive sport visible to the public. At the same time, it provides a social hub for the active and healthy.The pioneering new Tel Aviv facility has been warmly welcomed by the nation's squash federation: "TPoint squash courts are the first of their kind in the world and were built to the highest international standards," said Israeli Squash Federation chief Aviv Bushinsky. "Playing inside a glass court enclosed within four transparent walls, is a supreme feeling. Just like playing on the Wimbledon main court!

This is breaking news for squash players in Israel and around the world. 

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