I played the sport for the first time today against Mr. Chris Mooney. Unfortunately, I didn't play so well. In six matches (Match 3 is pictured above), Mooney won all six times. My best score was losing by a score of 10-3. Ouch.
''He hits the ball well, but he doesn't play by the rules,'' says Chris Zimmerman, a devoted squash player who works in the Pentagon's office of program analysis and evaluation and is sometimes in the Pentagon athletic complex when Mr. Rumsfeld is on the court.
Mr. Zimmerman has never actually played his boss. But he says he has noticed that Mr. Rumsfeld, 74, often wins points because, after hitting a shot, he does not get out of the way so his opponent has a chance to return the ball, a practice known in squash as ''clearing.''
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