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Ramy Ashour out of British Open

Ramy Ashour out of British Open

Disappointment for fans as Egyptian artist is forced to withdraw from British Open By NATHAN CLARKE  Persistent injury problems have forced the 2013 Allam British Open Champion Ramy Ashour to withdraw from the 2015 tournament, which gets under way in Hull on Monday May 11. The 28-year-old Egyptian has been ruled out after injuring his [...]

May 4, 2015 Guest Contributor News 0

Elshorbagy predicts Hull of a battle in British Open

Elshorbagy predicts Hull of a battle in British Open

Egypt’s world number one is aiming for his first British Open title as big guns get ready to rumble By NATHAN CLARKE    World No.1 Mohamed Elshorbagy believes next week’s 2015 Allam British Open will be an enthralling and brutal event where the sport’s top stars will keep nothing in reserve as they vie for [...]

May 1, 2015 Guest Contributor News 0

Simon Rosner roars up the rankings to reach number seven

Simon Rosner roars up the rankings to reach number seven

  Germany’s Simon Rosner rises to seven in the PSA rankings By NATHAN CLARKE   The most successful German squash player of all time Simon Rösner has climbed an impressive three places in the May PSA World Tour rankings to occupy his highest position ever at World No.7.  The 27-year-old from Paderborn has been in [...]

May 1, 2015 Guest Contributor News 0
Champagne Perry as Madeline ends career by winning the Irish Open

Champagne Perry as Madeline ends career by winning the Irish Open

Perfect finish for Madeline Perry as she ends WSA career on a dream day in Dublin By DAN ZILIC – Squash Mad Correspondent Madeline Perry played the ultimate match of her squash career today in Fitzwilliam Lawn Tennis Club to win her final professional tournament [...]

April 26, 2015 News
Ryan Cuskelly wins biggest tour title

Ryan Cuskelly wins biggest tour title

  Aussie Ryan ends LJ’s run in Canada By MIKE McCUE – Squash Mad Correspondent in Canada Ryan Cuskelly claimed the biggest PSA tour title of his career today, beating higher seeded LJ Anjema 3-0 in the final of the [...]

April 26, 2015 News
Anjema continues clinical comeback to set up clash with Cuskelly in Canadian final

Anjema continues clinical comeback to set up clash with Cuskelly in Canadian final

LJ powers through in straight games to halt home hope Shawn Delierre By MIKE McCUE – Squash Mad Correspondent Dutchman Laurens Jan Anjema maintained his return to top form after injury by reaching the final of the Northern Ontario, where [...]

April 25, 2015 News
Gregory Gaultier grabs Grasshopper glory with 3-0 win over Simon Rosner

Gregory Gaultier grabs Grasshopper glory with 3-0 win over Simon Rosner

  Top seed Gregory Gaultier powers home without dropping a game in Zurich By NATHAN CLARKE in Zurich. Pictures by IRENA VANISOVA (SquashPage.net)  French World No.3 Gregory Gaultier lived up to his billing as the number one seed at the 2015 [...]

April 19, 2015 News
Gregory Gaultier meets Simon Rosner in Zurich final

Gregory Gaultier meets Simon Rosner in Zurich final

Top seed Gaultier roars past Rodriguez as Rosner wins battle of the giants  From NATHAN CLARKE in Zurich. Pictures by IRENA VANISOVA Number one seed Gregory Gaultier, the French World No.3, will take on German World No.10 Simon Rösner in [...]

April 19, 2015 News
Squash Mad Tactical Analysis: Andy Whipp on Omar Mosaad

Squash Mad Tactical Analysis: Andy Whipp on Omar Mosaad

Ramy Ashour reluctantly retired, but don’t take anything away from the Big Man Omar Mosaad  By ANDY WHIPP – Squash Mad Special Correspondent. Pictures by IRENA VANISOVA    Squash Mad invited Andy Whipp (right), the former world No.64 and a [...]

April 18, 2015 Coaching and Development, Comment, News
World champion Ramy Ashour limps out of Grasshopper Cup

World champion Ramy Ashour limps out of Grasshopper Cup

Movement continues to be a major issue as Ramy concedes to fellow Egyptian Omar Mosaad in Zurich By NATHAN CLARKE in Zurich. Pictures by IRENA VANISOVA World Champion Ramy Ashour’s hopes of winning back-to-back PSA World Tour tournaments came crashing down [...]

April 17, 2015 News
Ramy Nics it after Mueller  threatens Swiss shock

Ramy Nics it after Mueller threatens Swiss shock

Rusty Ramy wakes up to halt home hero Nic Mueller in front of sellout Zurich crowd By NATHAN CLARKE in Zurich. Pictures by IRENA VANISOVA World Champion Ramy Ashour triumphed in a frenetic, rollercoaster of an encounter with home favourite [...]

April 16, 2015 News
Top seed Gaultier gallops through in Grasshopper Cup

Top seed Gaultier gallops through in Grasshopper Cup

  Top seed Gaultier puts on a late show to beat Cam Pilley in Zurich By NATHAN CLARKE in Zurich Number one seed and World No.3 Gregory Gaultier wasted no time in securing his place in the quarter-finals of the [...]

April 16, 2015 News
Why Amr Shabana is king of the swingers

Why Amr Shabana is king of the swingers

  Getting the racket back as well as up is key to a clean, effective swing By TONY GRIFFIN – Author of G-Spot Squash   I have always been fascinated by what makes a good swing. Watch the truly great players, like Amr Shabana, [...]

April 14, 2015 Coaching and Development, News
Kiwis smash world record for longest match

Kiwis smash world record for longest match

Running 100km on court and fighting blisters, Kiwi father and son Brett and James regain world record for longest squash match By world record breaker JAMES MEYER    Father and son Brett and James Meyer from New Zealand have regained the [...]

April 14, 2015 Growing the game, News
Amanda Sobhy offers US Squash a vision of a hot future

Amanda Sobhy offers US Squash a vision of a hot future

Amanda Sobhy takes Texas title and offers US Squash a vision of future glory By HOWARD HARDING – Squash Mad Correspondent New York-born Amanda Sobhy claimed the biggest WSA World Tour title of her career – and became the first home winner [...]

April 13, 2015 News