World Squash Federation (WSF) President Jacques Fontaine revealed the organisation is assessing the consequences of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
In a letter to WSF members, Fontaine revealed the governing body were preparing for the period after coronavirus.
Many Federations have been impacted by the pandemic financially due to the cancellation or postponement of events, with WSF no different.
The World Junior Squash Championships in Gold Coast in July has been cancelled, while all events on the Professional Squash Association World Tour have been suspended until July.
"While suffering these severe restrictions, we need to prepare ourselves for the post outbreak period and assess the consequences for our sport," Fontaine said.
"To this purpose, the WSF will do its utmost to ensure that any WSF events cancelled during the period will find an appropriate place once this worldwide 'lockdown' is over."
Fontaine also looked to reassure members in his letter.
"Be assured that the WSF will continue to serve its members in the best way it can in the coming days and weeks and bring the support our community needs," he said.
"I urge you to remain positive – remembering the good times in the past and looking forward to even better times for our flourishing sport in the future.
"Do not hesitate to share with me your current issues and I would like to sincerely thank you for your continuous commitment during this dire period."
WSF has recently launched the #StaySafeWithSquash campaign on social media to encourage people to stay inside.