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Glenn Keenan



Glenn turned a full-time professional in 1999 after completing a university degree in Melbourne, Australia.  Over the many years of his career he travelled a great deal reaching a highest world ranking of 36.  But after his retirement he has now settled down and calls NL home. Along with playing on the tour  he competed in German, Belgium, French, Belgium and Dutch league competition.  Since his arrival to Holland in 2000 he has organized, managed and coached the squash coaching program at Squash Delft. But after 16 years he decided to make his to Sneek, Friesland where he now looks to use his years of experience in the north.


Over Wouter:

I have been training Wouter for the best part of 2 years now and I am really pleased with  the development of his game.  Wouter is a determined, open minded, physically strong athlete and I hope to assist in furthering his game by building on this foundation to make him an all rounded player, with the goal of seeing him reach his maximum potential. I believe that that he has the capacity to reach an national A ranking status and look forward to this sporting journey together.







NAME:                                  Glenn Keenan


D.O.B:                                   06/08/76,


NATIONALITY:                     Australian


FAMILY:                                Partner & two children


RESIDENCE:                        Sneek, Holland


INTERESTS:                        Travel, music, sport and computers


RANKING HIGH (PSA):       36


RANKING HIGH: (NL)        3




COACHING: Completed Australian National Levels 1 & 2

Completed Dutch National Levels 1 & 2


EXPERIENCE                       Former Head Squash Pro, Squash Delft NED                                                                     2000-2017

                                              Former Personal Trainer                                                                                                      2005-2017

                                              Mijla Dorenbos

                                              Marc Ter Sluis

                                              Tessa Ter Sluis

                                              Sebastian Weenink




Australian Open                                Winner                                    1998                                              

Autralian Juniors U15, U17,U19      Winners                       

Melbourne Open                              Winner                          1997-1999

Sth Australian Open                        Winner                          1996-1998

Oceanic Games                               Winner                                   1998

Victorian Open                                 Winner                                   1999






Squash (PSA)


Bremen Open, (GER)Semi-Finalist                1999

G.Hunt Open, (AUS)Semi-Finalist                  1999

Japan Open, (JPN)     Finalist                        1999

Danish Open, (DEN)Runner-Up                     1999

Baltimore Open, (US)Winner                          1998

Ottowa Open, (CAN)Winner                           1999

Versillia Open (ITY)   Semi-Finalist                 2000

Virregio Open (ITY)   Semi-Finalist                 2000

Columbian Open       Semi-Finalist                 2000

Pakistan Event.1      Quarter-Finalist              2001

YTL Open (MAL)      Quarter-Finalist              2001   

Qatar Event 1           Runner-Up                     2002

World Open              R.32                               2002-2005

South African Open  Quarter-Finalist             2002

Atlanta Open             Runner Up                    2003

Qatar Series             Winner                           2003   

Montreal Open         Winner                           2004         

Barcelona Open       Winner                           2004