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The Big Interview: Nick Matthew talks about his future life as a coach

The Big Interview: Nick Matthew talks about his future life as a coach

Knowledge is power for the memory man of squash as he plans for life after stellar playing career Interview by ALAN THATCHER, Squash Mad Editor Nick Matthew is enjoying a successful end-of-season flourish after making it a priority to manage his schedule carefully to peak at the right times. He has also stepped back from massive [...]

April 3, 2017 Alan Thatcher Alan's Blog, Interviews, News 0

Vikram Malhotra wins all-Indian TRAC final over Mahesh Mangaonkar

Vikram Malhotra wins all-Indian TRAC final over Mahesh Mangaonkar

Fantastic final in Aberdeen  By DAVE IRESON – Squash Mad Correspondent   Vikram Malhotra beat Mahesh Mangaonkar in an enthralling, all-Indian final of the TRAC North of Scotland Championships 2017 at Aberdeen Squash and Racketball Club. The first game was possibly the first time that we have seen number two seed Malhotra tested by a [...]

April 2, 2017 Guest Contributor News 0

Vikram Malhotra and Mahesh Mangaonkar in all-Indian final

Vikram Malhotra and Mahesh Mangaonkar in all-Indian final

Mahesh takes out top seed Richie Fallows By DAVID IRESON – Squash Mad Correspondent in Aberdeen   The final of the TRAC North of Scotland Open Championships here at Aberdeen Squash and Racketball Club will be an all-Indian clash between Vikram Malhotra and Mahesh Mangaonkar. It is the eighth all-Indian final in PSA history but the first [...]

April 2, 2017 Guest Contributor News 0
Gregory Gaultier becomes the oldest men’s world number one of all time

Gregory Gaultier becomes the oldest men’s world number one of all time

Mohamed ElShorbagy slips to No.3 behind Gaultier and Gawad By SEAN REUTHE   Frenchman Gregory Gaultier has become the oldest player ever to top the PSA World Rankings at the age of 34 years and three months after this month’s [...]

April 1, 2017 News
Laura Massaro rises back up the rankings to number two

Laura Massaro rises back up the rankings to number two

Massaro gears up to face Egyptians on their home turf in World Champs By SEAN REUTHE   England’s Laura Massaro has moved back into the world’s top two for the first time since November 2016 after the PSA Women’s World Rankings [...]

April 1, 2017 News
Kemspsell comes close to a shock in Aberdeen

Kemspsell comes close to a shock in Aberdeen

Yow wins 92-minute marathon By DAVE IRESON – Squash Mad Correspondent in Aberdeen   The semi-finalists were decided last night at the TRAC North of Scotland Open Championships with some high class squash on show. Douglas Kempsell, the last remaining Scot [...]

April 1, 2017 News
Doug Kempsell takes out No.4 seed in Aberdeen

Doug Kempsell takes out No.4 seed in Aberdeen

Top seed Fallows halts Hurricane Harris By DAVE IRESON – Squash Mad Correspondent in Aberdeen   The first round of the main draw of the TRAC North of Scotland Championships got under way today, with some superb squash on display [...]

March 30, 2017 News
Kempsell and Leiper fly the flag for Scotland

Kempsell and Leiper fly the flag for Scotland

Entertainer Harris draws top seed Fallows in Aberdeen By DAVE IRESON in Aberdeen   Tension was high for the qualifying finals at the TRAC North of Scotland Championships, where four places were up for grabs in the main draw of the [...]

March 30, 2017 News
Sarah-Jane Perry secures debut spot at PSA World Series Finals

Sarah-Jane Perry secures debut spot at PSA World Series Finals

English trio head to Dubai By NATHAN CLARKE   England’s Sarah-Jane Perry will compete in the lucrative season-ending PSA Dubai World Series Finals for the first time in June after a superb run to the final at the Allam British [...]

March 29, 2017 News
Squash Classroom project launches in Pakistan

Squash Classroom project launches in Pakistan

Squash Classroom project backed by Australia’s sporting diplomacy policy By Squash Australia   The Pakistan Squash Federation has launched a new development initiative in collaboration with Squash Australia and Sport Matters. The Squash Classroom is a development project proudly supported [...]

March 29, 2017 Coaching and Development, Growing the game, News
Aberdeen qualifiers on TRAC

Aberdeen qualifiers on TRAC

Huge battles for Scottish hopefuls By DAVE IRESON – Squash Mad Correspondent in Aberdeen   Day 1 from qualifying of the TRAC North of Scotland Championships treated the local crowd to some excellent squash. There were four Scottish players in [...]

March 28, 2017 News
Gregory Gaultier and Laura Massaro claim British Open titles

Gregory Gaultier and Laura Massaro claim British Open titles

Hull of a battle in both finals as Matthew and Perry push champions all the way By SEAN REUTHE in Hull   French World No.3 Gregory Gaultier and England’s World No.5 Laura Massaro triumphed on finals day at the 2017 Allam [...]

March 27, 2017 News
English trio in British Open finals

English trio in British Open finals

Nick Matthew meets Gregory Gaultier and it’s an all-English battle between Laura Massaro and Sarah-Jane Perry in Hull By SEAN REUTHE in Hull   A historic day of semi-final action at the 2017 Allam British Open – the sport’s oldest [...]

March 25, 2017 News
Nick Matthew leads English trio into semi-finals

Nick Matthew leads English trio into semi-finals

Massaro and Perry fly the flag in Hull By SEAN REUTHE   Nick Matthew ensured that an English trio will compete in the Allam British Open semi-finals for the first time since 2014 after he prevailed in five games against [...]

March 25, 2017 News
Mohamed Abouelghar stuns world champion Karim Gawad at British Open

Mohamed Abouelghar stuns world champion Karim Gawad at British Open

World champion has to wait for number one spot By SEAN REUTHE   World Champion Karim Abdel Gawad’s wait for the World No.1 spot goes on after the 26-year-old from Giza fell to a shock defeat against fellow Egyptian Mohamed [...]

March 24, 2017 News