Guyana No.1 Mary Fung-A-Fat: Squash community saved me after loss of father

Former World No.106 Mary Fung-A-Fat, who will be playing in her second Commonwealth Games when she heads to Birmingham in just a few days’ time, shares her personal story about the recent loss of her father, her recovery process, use of Sporting Chance counselling services and the support of her squash family.

As part of the PSA Foundation’s health and wellness group, which sees players on the PSA Tour come together to support each other around mental wellbeing, Mary has decided to share her story and what she went through in this personal video.

The health and wellness group is formed of 11 players who are ambassadors from different tiers of the PSA Tour. Throughout this campaign they will be sharing their stories around the challenges they have faced on Tour around their health and wellbeing and covering a wide range of topics.

Trigger warning: This video contains discussions about bereavement and grief. If you or someone you know needs advice or support, please use this link for an international directory of local organisations that can help.

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