Tournament Directors

Since 1999 they reside in Atlanta and run one of the most active squash programs. Together they bring world ranking events for both the men’s and ladies tour, junior camps and after-school programs, leagues and squash socials. Their events have become well known across the States and world wide due to the high standards and energy these events provide.

Their commitment to the sport and dedication makes for a program second to none. We would like to welcome you all to the Life Time Squash Tour 2013 – 2014. A Tour like no other and not only for the pro player, but a great journey for the amateur player.

Andre Legend Maur – He started his professional squash career in 1988 playing pro leagues in Germany and moved forward to joining the PSA and playing the world circuit. Over the last decade Andre has become a national champion by winning the 3 US Nationals in 2006, 2007, 2008 plus 8 Irish Nationals titles and currently ranked #1 in Ireland and the US. Andre moved to the States in 1999 after managing successful squash clubs in Germany and Jamaica. He hosted the Jamaica Open for the 9 years and has written a book on squash in German for the German, Swiss and Austrian market. A movie documentary was made “The Jamaica Open” which was shown global. He now is the Squash Director for Life Time Fitness and has launched in 2013 the Life Time Grand Prix Tour featuring 6 World Ranked Events in the US and 7 in 2014 for pro and amateur players. He is also a three time Artistry Winner (2012, 2014, 2016) for Life Time Fitness.

Danielle Maur – She became involved in squash after a very successful career as a GM for a multi-billion dollar company. Her love for the game and its players convinced her of a career change and she has dedicated her time and skills in the promotion and growth of this sport. True to her commitment to the game, she is actively serving as the National Director of Squash, Racquetball & Tennis for Life Time Fitness, developing and growing this game across the country. Through her commitment to squash she has assisted in adding 15 new squash centers in the United States and one center in Canada. Creating and driving nationwide programming has introduced over 20000 new players to the sport with the support of her pro team. She also won one of the most prestigious awards for her contribution for squash in 2010 “The Stewart Braun Award”.