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Wildcard Li Beats Former World No.4 Kawy on Day One of China Open

Wildcard Li Beats Former World No.4 Kawy on Day One of China Open

Wildcard Li Beats Former World No.4 Kawy on Day One of China Open By SEAN REUTHE – PSA World Tour Tournament wildcard  claimed the biggest victory of her career thus far when she overcame Egypt’s former World No.4 Omneya Abdel Kawy at Shanghai’s SECA Academy on the opening day of the 2018 J.P. Morgan China [...]

September 6, 2018 Guest Contributor News 0

Wildcard Andre Leads French Charge in Round One of Open International de Squash de Nantes

Wildcard Andre Leads French Charge in Round One of Open International de Squash de Nantes

Wildcard Andre Leads French Charge in Round One of Open International de Squash de Nantes By ELLIE MAWSON – PSA World Tour Wildcard and World No.209 Christophe Andre overcame Belgium’s World No.144 Joeri Hapers to reach the second round of the Open International de Squash de Nantes on the opening day of action. Andre played [...]

September 5, 2018 Guest Contributor News 0

Le Tour de Northants: A Match on Every Court

Le Tour de Northants: A Match on Every Court

  Le Tour de Northants: A Match on Every Court Introduction by JAMES ROBERTS – Squash Mad Reporter Main report by MIKE BROADBENT – Chairman, Northants Squash Rackets Association As I have mentioned in a previous report on Squash Mad, when I moved to Northants from Staffordshire over 2 years ago, I was warned that I [...]

September 3, 2018 James Roberts News 0
Malaysia and Hong Kong claim team golds in Asian Games

Malaysia and Hong Kong claim team golds in Asian Games

Malaysia turn the tables to deny a Hong Kong double By Kng Zheng Guan and Alex Wan – Squash Mad Asian Correspondents It’s one apiece for Hong Kong and Malaysian in the team events of the Asian Games after a [...]

September 1, 2018 News
India stun top seeds Malaysia in Asian Games

India stun top seeds Malaysia in Asian Games

India ejects Nicol David-led Malaysian team while new champion to be crowned in men’s By Alex Wan – Squash Mad Asian Bureau Editor Hong Kong will be in a good position to hunt for more gold as both their men [...]

August 31, 2018 News
Top seeds through to team semis in Asian Games

Top seeds through to team semis in Asian Games

Malaysia exact revenge on Indian men to top group and Japan women into last four for the first time By Kng Zheng Guan and Alex Wan – Squash Mad Asian Correspondents There were no major surprises as the top four [...]

August 30, 2018 News
Alan Clyne and Lisa Aitken take Scottish titles

Alan Clyne and Lisa Aitken take Scottish titles

Clyne topples top seed Lobban to clinch eighth title By ANDY WESTON Alan Clyne claimed his eighth title and Lisa Aitken won a second after some high-quality competition in the Sterling Trucks Scottish National Championships at Edinburgh Sports Club. Clyne [...]

August 28, 2018 News
Reigning champion Fiona Moverley relishes return to Nantes

Reigning champion Fiona Moverley relishes return to Nantes

‘Biggest title of my career’ By ELLIE MAWSON England’s World No.24 Fiona Moverley is looking forward to heading back to Nantes to defend her title when the Open International de Squash de Nantes takes place between September 4-9. Held at [...]

August 28, 2018 Interviews, News
New columnist Barry Watkins: How squash needs to become a glamour sport

New columnist Barry Watkins: How squash needs to become a glamour sport

‘We need a more positive image to grow squash again’ By BARRY WATKINS – Squash Mad Columnist There has been a lot of negative posting about squash on social media during the past few weeks and months over clubs closing [...]

August 27, 2018 Comment, Growing the game, News
Nicol and Leo win Asian Games titles

Nicol and Leo win Asian Games titles

Nicol David claims fifth title on her birthday while Leo Au is Hong Kong’s first winner in the men’s By Kng Zheng Guan and Alex Wan – Squash Mad Asian Correspondents Malaysian icon Nicol David finished on a high as [...]

August 26, 2018 News
Malaysia and Hong Kong dominate semis at Asian Games

Malaysia and Hong Kong dominate semis at Asian Games

Nicol David one step away from fifth gold while Leo Au and Max Lee to fight for their first By Kng Zheng Guan and Alex Wan – Squash Mad Asian Correspondents Malaysia and Hong Kong will both be the biggest [...]

August 25, 2018 News
Sivasangari gatecrashes into Asian Games semis

Sivasangari gatecrashes into Asian Games semis

Nicol David on course for a record fifth title as team-mate Sivasangari joins her in last four at the Asian Games By Kng Zheng Guan and Alex Wan – Squash Mad Asian Correspondents It’s team Malaysia with the loudest roar [...]

August 24, 2018 News
Nour El Tayeb headlines draw for Carol Weymuller Open

Nour El Tayeb headlines draw for Carol Weymuller Open

Stars to shine at Heights Casino in Brooklyn By ELLIE MAWSON Egypt’s World No.3 Nour El Tayeb will headline a top-class draw at Brooklyn’s Heights Casino between October 17-22 when the Carol Weymuller Open becomes the first PSA World Tour [...]

August 23, 2018 News
James Willstrop interview: Squash should not demean itself in the pursuit of a place in the Olympics

James Willstrop interview: Squash should not demean itself in the pursuit of a place in the Olympics

‘Squash must stop begging to join the party’ Interview by GEOFF BEW Squash should not demean itself in pursuit of being accepted into the Olympic Games, says one of the world’s top players. Three consecutive bids to get the sport [...]

August 22, 2018 Interviews, News
Gregoire Marche excited to be in the spotlight on stage in Nantes

Gregoire Marche excited to be in the spotlight on stage in Nantes

Willstrop in the way as French ace bids for fourth Nantes title in a row By SEAN REUTHE France’s Gregoire Marche is relishing the prospect of playing in front of passionate home support when he returns to defend his title [...]

August 21, 2018 Interviews, News