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Tarek and Crouin meet in surprise World Junior final

Tarek and Crouin meet in surprise World Junior final

French finalist drops first game on way to New Zealand showdown By HOWARD HARDING – Squash Mad International Correspondent   A men’s final missing both of the top two seeds for the first time in 13 years* will bring the 2017 WSF World Junior Squash Championships to a climax tomorrow in New Zealand after Egypt’s [...]

July 23, 2017 Howard Harding News 0

Scots are top seeds in World Doubles in Manchester

Scots are top seeds in World Doubles in Manchester

Record 50 pairs take part By HOWARD HARDING – Squash Mad International Correspondent   Reigning champions New Zealand and Scotland are expected to retain their gold medals in next month’s WSF World Doubles Squash Championships, according to the seedings announced by the World Squash Federation. . The 2017 championships, hosted by England Squash in conjunction [...]

July 23, 2017 Howard Harding News 0

Men’s World Teams heads to USA for the first time

Men’s World Teams heads to USA for the first time

Squash On Fire in DC to stage premier event By HOWARD HARDING – Squash Mad International Correspondent   For the first time in the event’s 50-year history, the WSF Men’s World Team Squash Championship will be staged in the USA in 2019. The biennial World Squash Federation championship – the 2017 edition of which will [...]

July 23, 2017 Howard Harding News 0
Historic win for Japan in World Juniors

Historic win for Japan in World Juniors

Yousry takes out No.2 seed By HOWARD HARDING – Squash Mad International Correspondent   Satomi Watanabe wrote her name into squash history after beating US opponent Marina Stefanoni in the women’s quarter-finals of the WSF World Junior Squash Championships in [...]

July 23, 2017 News
English players exit in fourth round at World Juniors

English players exit in fourth round at World Juniors

Kyle Finch falls to 16-year-old Mostafa Asal   By HOWARD HARDING – Squash Mad International Correspondent   All five English players fell in the fourth round of the World Junior Championships in New Zealand. Male trio Kyle Finch (seeded 5/8), Tom [...]

July 23, 2017 News
England juniors aim high in New Zealand

England juniors aim high in New Zealand

Five feature in World Junior Fourth Round By HOWARD HARDING – Squash Mad International Correspondent   Elise Lazarus, Lucy Turmel, Kyle Finch, Tom Walsh and Adam Corcoran will all represent England in the fourth round of the WSF World Junior [...]

July 20, 2017 News
Kempsell and Moran topple world champs in Scottish Doubles final

Kempsell and Moran topple world champs in Scottish Doubles final

Shock for Clyne and Lobban By ANDY WESTON in Glasgow Doug Kempsell and Kevin Moran pulled off a shock win over world champions Alan Clyne and Greg Lobban to secure the Scottish Men’s Doubles Championship title at Scotstoun in Glasgow. [...]

July 18, 2017 News
Marche Targets Third Successive Nantes Title

Marche Targets Third Successive Nantes Title

Marche to Headline in Nantes  By James Roberts, Squash Mad Reporter World No.23 Gregoire Marche will headline the 2017 Men’s Open International de Squash de Nantes between September 6-10 as he targets a third successive title at the PSA M25 tournament. [...]

July 6, 2017 News
Squash Confirmed As ‘Showcase Sport’ For 2018 Youth Olympic Games

Squash Confirmed As ‘Showcase Sport’ For 2018 Youth Olympic Games

Squash Confirmed As ‘Showcase Sport’ For 2018 Youth Olympic Games By James Roberts, Squash Mad Reporter Squash has been confirmed as a showcase sport for the Buenos Aires 2018 Summer Youth Olympic Games – due to be held between October 6-18, [...]

July 6, 2017 News
5 Questions to Coline Aumard

5 Questions to Coline Aumard

5 Questions to Coline Aumard By James Roberts, Squashmad Reporter There is just 1 day to wait for the release of the official list of players entering the 3rd edition of the PSA Open International de Nantes, which in early September [...]

July 4, 2017 News
Gregory Gaultier stays at number one for July

Gregory Gaultier stays at number one for July

By SEAN REUTHE   Frenchman Gregory Gaultier has retained his World No.1 spot for the second month in succession after the release of the PSA Men’s World Rankings for July featured an unchanged top 20. Gaultier is joined by former [...]

July 1, 2017 News
15 months at the top for Nour El Sherbini

15 months at the top for Nour El Sherbini

By SEAN REUTHE    Egypt’s Nour El Sherbini has remained at World No.1 for a 15th month in succession after the two-time World Champion topped an unchanged top 20 in the PSA Women’s World Rankings released today (July 1). The [...]

July 1, 2017 News
PSA Foundation links up with Rackets Cubed and England Squash

PSA Foundation links up with Rackets Cubed and England Squash

New move to grow squash By ELLIE MAWSON    The Professional Squash Association Foundation (PSAF) have announced a partnership with England Squash and Rackets Cubed that will see the three organisations work together to enhance grass-roots participation in squash throughout [...]

June 30, 2017 Growing the game, News
PSA prize money reaches new high during 2016-17 season

PSA prize money reaches new high during 2016-17 season

$5.8m for 220 events on World Tour By SEAN REUTHE    The total level of financial compensation for squash players on the PSA World Tour was at an all-time high during the 2016-17 season after figures released today (June 20) [...]

June 20, 2017 Growing the game, News
Joel Makin wins Kent Open title as Josh Masters runs out of steam

Joel Makin wins Kent Open title as Josh Masters runs out of steam

  Packed crowd can’t lift home hero By ALAN THATCHER – Squash Mad Editor at The Mote Squash Club   Runner-up last year, Joel Makin claimed the Select Gaming Kent Open PSA M10 title by overpowering local hero Josh Masters [...]

June 18, 2017 News