The Squash Rackets Federation of India (SRFI) is the national governing body for Squash in India. The Federation was established for a better management of Indian Squash and with an objective of developing the total condition of Squash in India. It has been working to achieve the objective, since then. The SRFI is taking a lot of initiatives like conducting training camps, organising various tournaments at the state and national levels for the well being of the game in India. The SRFI conducts the National Squash Championship, and promotes the game through the different state level Squash bodies. It is in charge of selecting the squad for the Indian team, and choosing coaches for the national team, as well. The SRFI has established the ICL-TNSRA Squash Academy for providing training facilities to the young Squash players and the academy has also hosted the World Team Championship in 2007.
Apart from the Squash Rackets Federation of India (SRFI), there are also a large number of State level Squash associations that are working for developing the condition of Squash and also for bringing up new talents. They are helping the SRFI in a great way for the management of Indian Squash. The state associations mainly bring up new talents from their respective states and project them to the national level. They also organise various tournaments and training camps for providing the Squash players with better facilities. Almost all the states in India have their own state Squash associations. Some of the major State level Squash associations include the Andaman and Nicobar Squash Association.