You can't go on winning all the time.
Every winning streak will have to end sometime.
Squash has been my life and I owe a lot to the sport.
To be the best, I had to work harder than everyone else.
Squash was my livelihood and as in business, I had to stay on top.
My unbeaten record and the 10 British Open wins have not been equalled.
Without hard work and discipline it is difficult to be a top professional.
However, there is no assurance that we can produce world class players so soon. Only time can tell.
Everything is changing in squash. Lots of television coverage and the game has become very professional.
I began playing in the senior circuit when I was 15 and won the world senior amateur title the same year.