Meet Freddy, Congo’s future Squash champion

In our effort to change the narrative with Squash for 2022, we have recently taken on another talented Squash player from the Congo – Freddy Nzama Mwimbi.

Freddy Londa Nzama

When it comes to Squash the Congo is one of the many emerging countries in which the sport is becoming popular and has the potential to become of Africa’s many talented nations in Squash.

Furthermore, Squash in Africa is becoming popular again thanks to the likes of social media and other forms of digital communication.

Freddy, his story into Squash is unique and is one that will be talked about a lot by many and serve as inspiration to young Squash players from the Congo.

Inspired by a Squash senior

It is thanks to my old man from the neighbourhood I was introduced to Bianco Kibuila, a local Squash star; who operates the BA Kolo Squash Club and encourages young Congolese people to practice squash.

It was there, that I made the discovery of squash because he is the Congo DRC champion of the federation, I saw him playing “This game” which, each time, captured my attention. Finally, I started to practice it myself.

In Congo, the king of sports is football as the engines are also quite well involved and are very popular among the Congolese.

Many sports centres exist in Kinshasa capital of the country and in the cities, which encourage the practice of different sports activities and disciplines there is something for all tastes, from the most classic sport such as Swimming, Football, Tennis, and most importantly Squash.

Becoming a Squash player on merits

As a squash player, the day revolved around me only, in my country now it does not. I look for an opportunity to improve my squash technique and behind the training of my international squash dreams and find a sports partner to motivate me why not a squash club I get my body used to the discipline of physical exercise regular no matter what he give me. I like squash, despite my local hat, which makes me grow every daydream of playing or training at the international level one day. I play squash.

In addition, little by little, I noticed that I started to find myself again despite the difficult conditions in our country. I know that people talk a lot about me; in good in bad, what I want to do for Congolese squash is to enlarge it and raise the profile of the sport too.

Participants in several tournaments organized in my country Democratic Republic of the Congo and these are:

  • Friendship Tournament
  • Congo International Open
  • XXL Energy Brancongo tournament

My goals are to develop my squash talent, I want to play international squash, and do UK squash training with a professional mentor.

Let us collaborate to help Freddie

The goal of our talent support programme is to help Squash players, just like Freddie and his fellow countryman Jean-Marie Besombi reach the highest ranks of Squash and become recognised in the sport both domestically and globally.

Like most Squash players, gaining support is essential for growth and development hence we as a company are going to help Freddy on his journey to becoming an international athlete but we cannot do this alone.

Now here is the pitch.

We are looking for companies with an international audience, which can sponsor Freddy on his mission to train and play Squash in the UK.

You may be thinking, what does the company get in return? Well, in return you will receive acknowledgment in our content on Freddy’s successes as a means of enhancing your brand awareness and reputation.

Plus, if your brand has a strong social media following we can tag you in any content from our social media channels, as we will be showcasing Freddy’s training sessions in the form of videos discussing Squash in the Congo – all of which in our mission to create more awareness of Squash in emerging countries.

Get in touch with us about sponsor Freddy in goals please contact us via to discuss the opportunity for helping a future Squash champion achieve his goals.