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Top four seeds power into Weymuller semi-finals

Top four seeds power into Weymuller semi-finals

Underdogs bow out as stars shine in Brooklyn By LINDA ELRIANI – Squash Mad Correspondent The top four seeds, Nouran Gohar, Nour El Tayeb, Camille Serme and Joelle King, won through to the semi-finals of the Carol Weymuller Open at Heights Casino in Brooklyn. Number one seed Nouran Gohar ended the superb run of world [...]

January 26, 2020 Guest Contributor News 0

Heights and Lows of squash as Wee Wern sinks Sobhy in Weymuller battle

Heights and Lows of squash as Wee Wern sinks Sobhy in Weymuller battle

Wee Wern wins it 13-11 in the fifth as King gets a fat lip By LINDA ELRIANI – Squash Mad Correspondent Malaysia’s resurgent Low Wee Wern is sure to continue her rise back up the rankings after beating American star Amanda Sobhy in the second round of the Carol Weymuller Open at Heights Casino in [...]

January 25, 2020 Guest Contributor News 0

Weymuller Open: Sheffield move pays off for Donna Lobban

Weymuller Open: Sheffield move pays off for Donna Lobban

Aussie beats Alison Waters to set up clash with top seed Nouran Gohar By MATT COLES and ALAN THATCHER Australia’s Donna Lobban revealed the benefits of her move to Sheffield as she overcame England’s vastly experienced Alison Waters in the second round of the Carol Weymuller Open at Heights Casino in Brooklyn. Lobban and her [...]

January 24, 2020 Alan Thatcher News 0

Shocks in Weymuller Open first round

Shocks in Weymuller Open first round

Lobban and Mohamed upset seedings in Brooklyn By MATT COLES – Squash Mad Correspondent Australia’s Donna Lobban and Egypt’s Farida Mohamed upset the seedings to beat Belgium’s Nele Gilis and South African Alexandra Fuller to reach the second round of the Carol Weymuller Open in Brooklyn. In the first match of the tournament at the [...]

January 23, 2020 Alan Thatcher News 0

Raneem El Welily and Ali Farag headline Windy City Open draws

Raneem El Welily and Ali Farag headline Windy City Open draws

Raneem aims for a fourth Chicago title By MATT COLES – Squash Mad Correspondent Egyptian World No.1s Raneem El Welily and Ali Farag will top their respective draws at The Windy City Open presented by the Walter Family in Chicago, held between February 27 and March 4. The glass court will be staged in the [...]

January 22, 2020 Alan Thatcher News 0

Diego Elias and Marwan ElShorbagy seeded to meet in Motor City Open Final

Diego Elias and Marwan ElShorbagy seeded to meet in Motor City Open Final

Quality draw in Detroit By MATT COLES – Squash Mad Correspondent Peru’s World No.6 Diego Elias and Egypt’s World No.8 Marwan ElShorbagy are seeded to meet in the final of the Motor City Open when the tournament takes place in Detroit between February 5-9. The tournament’s No.1 seed Elias will face either England’s Nathan Lake [...]

January 22, 2020 Alan Thatcher News 0

Nour El Tayeb and Joelle King seeded to meet in Cleveland Classic Final

Nour El Tayeb and Joelle King seeded to meet in Cleveland Classic Final

Defending champion El Tayeb aims to bounce back after ToC disappointment By MATT COLES – Squash Mad Correspondent Egypt’s World No.4 Nour El Tayeb and New Zealand’s World No.6 Joelle King are seeded to meet in the final of the Cleveland Classic after the main draw for the PSA World Tour Bronze event was released [...]

January 20, 2020 Alan Thatcher News 0

Mohamed ElShorbagy and Camille Serme clinch places at PSA World Tour Finals

Mohamed ElShorbagy and Camille Serme clinch places at PSA World Tour Finals

Grand Central champs on track for Egypt finals    By MATT COLES – Squash Mad Correspondent After taking the spoils at the J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions in New York City, both Camille Serme and Mohamed ElShorbagy have booked their places at the season ending PSA World Tour Finals 2019-20 in June. The pair lifted [...]

January 20, 2020 Alan Thatcher News 0

World champion Tarek Momen heads Troilus Canada Cup entry

World champion Tarek Momen heads Troilus Canada Cup entry

Momen, Coll, Elias and Makin are top four seeds in Toronto By MATT COLES – Squash Mad Correspondent The entry list for the 2020 Troilus Gold Canada Cup has been announced, with World Champion Tarek Momen headlining the 24-strong field heading to Toronto at the end of February. There will be four venues that play host [...]

January 19, 2020 Alan Thatcher News, Squash Around The World 0

Camille Serme and Mohamed ElShorbagy take ToC titles

Camille Serme and Mohamed ElShorbagy take ToC titles

Mo back at No.1 as Camille beats Egypt 5-0 By SEAN REUTHE – Squash Mad Correspondent Egypt’s Mohamed ElShorbagy and France’s Camille Serme lifted the 2020 J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions titles as they overcame World Champions Tarek Momen and Nour El Sherbini in New York’s iconic Grand Central Terminal to win the first PSA [...]

January 18, 2020 Alan Thatcher News 0

Mohamed ElShorbagy one match away from regaining world No.1 spot after reaching ToC final

Mohamed ElShorbagy one match away from regaining world No.1 spot after reaching ToC final

Two grand finals ready to roll at Grand Central By SEAN REUTHE – Squash Mad Correspondent Egypt’s Mohamed ElShorbagy will reclaim the World No.1 spot from current incumbent Ali Farag if he can overcome World Champion Tarek Momen tonight at New York’s Grand Central Terminal when they go head-to-head in the final of the prestigious [...]

January 17, 2020 Alan Thatcher News 0

End of the line for Brits as Perry and Makin bow out at Grand Central

End of the line for Brits as Perry and Makin bow out at Grand Central

Brutal Mo hunts number one spot By SEAN REUTHE – Squash Mad Correspondent World Champion Nour El Sherbini put on a masterclass of attacking squash earlier today at New York’s Grand Central Terminal to end a three-match losing streak against England’s Sarah-Jane Perry and book her place in the semi-finals of the 2020 J.P. Morgan [...]

January 16, 2020 Alan Thatcher News 0

Serme Ends Losing Streak to Send World No.1 El Welily Out of J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions

Serme Ends Losing Streak to Send World No.1 El Welily Out of J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions

‘It’s funny because today I was the challenger and she had the pressure’ By SEAN REUTHE – PSA World Tour France’s World No.5 Camille Serme ended a seven-match losing streak against World No.1 Raneem El Welily earlier today at New York’s Grand Central Terminal to book her place in the semi-finals of the J.P. Morgan [...]

January 15, 2020 Guest Contributor News 0

Makin Beats Willstrop to Reach First J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions Quarter-Final

Makin Beats Willstrop to Reach First J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions Quarter-Final

Makin makes further statement with win over Willstrop By SEAN REUTHE – PSA World Tour World No.12 Joel Makin has become the first Welsh player since David Evans in 2002 to reach the quarter-finals of the prestigious J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions after he overcame 2010 winner James Willstrop 3-1 earlier today in New York’s [...]

January 14, 2020 Guest Contributor News 0

Asal Halts Gaultier to Reach J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions Quarter-Finals

Asal Halts Gaultier to Reach J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions Quarter-Finals

‘Gaultier is such a legend, and I can’t describe the feeling of sharing a court with him’ By SEAN REUTHE – PSA World Tour 18-year-old Egyptian Mostafa Asal is into his first ever PSA World Tour Platinum quarter-final after he overcame former World No.1 and World Champion Gregory Gaultier in a breathtaking five-game encounter earlier [...]

January 13, 2020 Guest Contributor News 0