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Nour El Sherbini on verge of clinching World Series Finals place

Nour El Sherbini on verge of clinching World Series Finals place

First round win at ToC will send top seed to Dubai finals By SEAN REUTHE   World No.1 Nour El Sherbini is one victory away from qualifying for the season-ending PSA World Series Finals in Dubai after last week’s final victory over World Champion Raneem El Welily, which saw her lift the inaugural Saudi PSA [...]

January 16, 2018 Guest Contributor News 0

Windy City blows in with biggest ever prize fund for PSA World Series

Windy City blows in with biggest ever prize fund for PSA World Series

Total purse of $500,000 split between men and women in Chicago next month By SEAN REUTHE   The 2018 Windy City Open presented by the Walter Family and EquiTrust Life Insurance Company will become the most lucrative PSA World Series tournament ever next month when $500k of prize money will be split equally across both [...]

January 16, 2018 Alan Thatcher News 0

Camille Serme aims for first title of the season in New York

Camille Serme aims for first title of the season in New York

French champion aims to keep hold of her ToC title By SEAN REUTHE    Defending women’s champion Camille Serme is hoping to lift her first PSA World Tour title of the season when she participates in the 2018 edition of the prestigious J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions, which is held at the iconic Grand Central [...]

January 16, 2018 Guest Contributor News 0

Karim Abdel Gawad aims to keep ToC in Egyptian hands

Karim Abdel Gawad aims to keep ToC in Egyptian hands

‘This is a unique, amazing venue and it was a dream come true to have my name on the trophy’ By SEAN REUTHE   Title holder Karim Abdel Gawad is looking forward to returning to one of squash’s most unique locations when he lines up at New York’s iconic Grand Central Terminal to compete at [...]

January 14, 2018 Guest Contributor News 0

Mohamed ElShorbagy seeks first Canary Wharf title in March

Mohamed ElShorbagy seeks first Canary Wharf title in March

Prize money increase attracts galaxy of stars By SEAN REUTHE and ALAN THATCHER   World Champion Mohamed ElShorbagy is in line to make his first appearance at the prestigious Canary Wharf Classic for five years after the entry list for the PSA M100 tournament was released today (January 12). This year’s instalment of the Canary [...]

January 13, 2018 Alan Thatcher Growing the game, News 0

Nour El Sherbini claims historic Saudi Women’s Masters crown

Nour El Sherbini claims historic Saudi Women’s Masters crown

Historic moment for Egyptian stars By NATHAN CLARKE   World No.1 Nour El Sherbini triumphed over compatriot Raneem El Welily – the woman she lost to in the final of last month’s Women’s AJ Bell PSA World Championship final – to win the inaugural Saudi PSA Women’s Squash Masters in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia today (January [...]

January 13, 2018 Guest Contributor News 0

PSA launch “real-time statistics tracking” with InteractiveSquash

PSA launch “real-time statistics tracking” with InteractiveSquash

System to launch during Swedish Open By NATHAN CLARKE   The Professional Squash Association (PSA) have announced that they will trial a pioneering new statistical tracking system during the 2018 UCS Swedish Open, which takes place between February 8-11, in a move that will see professional squash analysed in greater depth than ever before. Developed [...]

January 12, 2018 Guest Contributor Growing the game, News 0

Egyptian rivals Nour El Sherbini and Raneem El Welily face another showdown in Saudi final

Egyptian rivals Nour El Sherbini and Raneem El Welily face another showdown in Saudi final

Repeat of World final By SEAN REUTHE   World No.1 Nour El Sherbini and World Champion Raneem El Welily will go head-to-head in a repeat of last month’s Women’s AJ Bell PSA World Championship final after the duo prevailed on semi-finals day to reach the title-decider of the inaugural Saudi PSA Women’s Squash Masters, World [...]

January 12, 2018 Guest Contributor News 0

Azman sisters’ act steal show in Birmingham

Azman sisters’ act steal show in Birmingham

Aira and Aifa Azman lead Malaysia’s best BJO outing By Alex Wan – Squash Mad Asian Bureau Editor Team Malaysia returned from their most successful British Juniors outing to a rousing welcome at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport. The team of youngsters had returned with four titles from the girls and a third placing in [...]

January 11, 2018 Alex Wan News 0

Egyptian quarter reach Saudi semi-finals

Egyptian quarter reach Saudi semi-finals

Nour El Tayeb’s first win over Nicol David By SEAN REUTHE   World No.7 Nour El Tayeb claimed her first ever victory over eight-time World Champion Nicol David to become one of four Egyptian semi-finalists at the 2018 Saudi PSA Women’s Squash Masters – making it the first time ever that all four semi-final spots [...]

January 10, 2018 Guest Contributor News 0

Nour El Tayeb fights back to beat Camille Serme in Saudi Masters

Nour El Tayeb fights back to beat Camille Serme in Saudi Masters

Sarah-Jane Perry is lone Brit after beating Tesni Evans By SEAN REUTHE   Egyptian World No.7 Nour El Tayeb mounted a superb fightback from two games down in Riyadh to send second seed Camille Serme out of the inaugural Saudi PSA Women’s Squash Masters, PSA World Series tournament at the second round stage. The pair [...]

January 10, 2018 Guest Contributor News 0

Dream come true for wild card Nada Abo Alnaja in Saudi Masters

Dream come true for wild card Nada Abo Alnaja in Saudi Masters

Serme sets up blockbuster with Nour El Tayeb By SEAN REUTHE   Tournament wildcard Nada Abo Alnaja became the first Saudi woman ever to compete on the PSA World Tour after the Riyadh-born 32-year-old featured on day two of the 2018 Saudi PSA Women’s Squash Masters, World Series tournament. Alnaja, who now resides in Jeddah, [...]

January 9, 2018 Guest Contributor News 0

Nour El Sherbini starts in style in Saudi Arabia

Nour El Sherbini starts in style in Saudi Arabia

First women’s event in Saudi By SEAN REUTHE    World No.1 Nour El Sherbini moved into round two of the inaugural Saudi PSA Women’s Squash Masters after the Egyptian saw off France’s Coline Aumard on day one of the historic World Series tournament taking place at The Green Halls in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. The Saudi [...]

January 7, 2018 Guest Contributor Growing the game, News 0

Sam Todd and Jonah Bryant win British junior titles for England

Sam Todd and Jonah Bryant win British junior titles for England

First home wins since 1995 By ROD GILMOUR in Birmingham   England enjoyed a successful week at the Dunlop British Junior Open in Birmingham, winning two boys’ titles for the first time since 1995. Sam Todd won his second BJO title following a composed 3-1 win in the Under-15 final against an impressive Neel Joshi [...]

January 7, 2018 Guest Contributor News 0

Egyptians dominate day two of British Junior Open

Egyptians dominate day two of British Junior Open

By DONNA HELMER   Day two of the Dunlop British Junior Open confirmed the dominance of junior Egyptian squash, after at least one player from the country reached each of the quarter-finals across the tournament’s ten categories. A total of 35 players from the North African country will battle it out on day three of [...]

January 4, 2018 Guest Contributor News 0