Jenny Duncalf takes Carol Weymuller Open title!

World No2 Jenny Duncalf (pic) defended her Carol Weymuller Open title in some style, beating her England team-mate Laura Massaro in straight games (11-6, 11-1, 11-6) in the final in New York. Winner last year, Duncalf reached her 3rd New York final aft...

Willstrop downed Darwish to reach Kuwait semis!

England’s James Willstrop (pic front), No.6 seed in the Kuwait Open, had to fight 85 minutes to beat the Egyptian No.4 seed Karim Darwish to reach the semi-finals after 2004 for the 2nd time. His opponent will be world No.1 Ramy Ashour of Egypt, who ...

Selby scored the best win of his career!

While Daryl Selby celebrated the best win of his career when he recorded his first ever victory over England team-mate Nick Matthew, the 5th seeded Frenchman Greg Gaultier (pic red) beats England's Adrian Grant (pic blue) 11-3, 11-4, 11-6. Egyptians Am...

Selby downs Matthew in Kuwait!

The first 3 matches of round 2 showed the result, predicted by the seeding, when Peter Barker beat his English compatriot Alister Walker in 4 games (5-11, 11-6, 11-7, 11-6). 6th seed James Willstrop (ENG) beats Egyptian Mohamed El Shorbagy by dropping ...

Abdel Kawy hits the jackpot at Monte Carlo!

Omneya Abdel Kawy (pic) became the first Egyptian to win the Women's Monte Carlo Classic title after beating former champion Vanessa Atkinson in the final in Monaco. Atkinson, the 3rd seed from the Netherlands who was champion in 2005, was celebrating ...

First round complete in Kuwait!

The last 4 matches of the 1st round at Green Island have been short stories. 4th seeded Karim Darwish had the longest turn, when his Hungarian opponent Mark Krajcsak was playing very well and was able to level to 1:1. But in game 3 and 4 Darwish accele...

Second day on the way in Kuwait!

Before action will move to Kuwait’s Green Island squash arena, 4 more matches took place in Qadsia Club. Again as in the 8 previous matches before, all top-seeded players got to round no. 2. A view to the scores shows, that no one faced any serious p...

Anjema and Grinham head strong fields at Dutch Open!

Dutch tournament promoter Tommy Berden, and the two player’s associations WISPA and PSA have announced the line-ups for the Dutch Open Squash 2010, which will take place from November 16-21 in Rotterdam. Dutch world No. 11 Laurens Jan Anjema and Aust...