Matthew and King In Double Gold Bid In Delhi!

England's Nick Matthew and New Zealander Joelle King (pic) will be going for double gold in the Commonwealth Games Squash Doubles finals after both survived arduous semi-finals in Delhi. Matthew, the world No2 who won singles gold for the first time, p...

Double Double’s chance for Kasey Brown in Delhi!

Some days ago we asked who would be able to break the English dominance at the Commonwealth Games in Dehli. As the Doubles are in different progress it seems to be the biggest chance at the women’s doubles. Three out of four semi-finalist are not fro...

Scots down English in Commonwealth Doubles upset!

Alan Clyne (pic) and Harry Leitch pulled off a major upset in the quarter-finals action in the Commonwealth Games Squash Doubles when the Scots downed England's 3rd seeds Peter Barker and Daryl Selby in straight games to reach the Men's Doubles semi-fi...

Who will break the English dominance?

Commonwealth doubles and mixed doubles are on the way. Is anybody ready to break the English dominance? It looked like, that the best chance to do so, will be on the women's and mixed top-seeded teams with the Australian combination of Kasey Brown/Donn...

England’s Nick Matthew wins gold in Delhi!

England's world number two squash player Nick Matthew (pic le) achieved "the most important thing in my career so far" when he beat fellow countryman James Willstrop (pic ri) in the men's Commonwealth Games singles final in Delhi to win his first gold ...

Nicol David wins Commonwealth Games Gold!

At her fourth attempt, after competing in Squash's maiden appearance in the Commonwealth Games in her home country in 1998 when just 15, Malaysia's world number one Nicol David finally claimed gold when she beat England's Jenny Duncalf, the world No2, ...

I love squash community aim for 8000 fans!

14 day’s ago at the one years anniversary the I love squash community took the 6000 fan barrier. Today fan No.7251 came on board and we aim now for 8000 border. If you want to support or be part of the next squash boom, do not hesitate to invite your...

All-English men’s final in Delhi!

England’s Nick Matthew and James Willstrop (pic) secured an all-English final for Commonweath gold. In the semis Matthew beats his compatriot Peter Barker in straight games (11-9, 11-2, 11-9) and took revenge on the Barker’ defeat in Australia in A...