Qualifying finals on the way at the El Gouna Open!

Seven Egyptians claimed places in the qualifying finals of the new $142,500 PSA Super Series event which being staged in Alexandria. After qualifying and first round action in Alexandria, the 2010 El Gouna International Open – the 7th PSA Super Serie...

Sobhy collects Brazilian title!

New York teenager Amanda Sobhy (pic) continued her relentless assault on titles on the WISPA Tour when she won the $12,900 Women's Lopes Royal Open in Brasilia. 17-year-old Sobhy downed no1 seed Dane Line Hansen after 42 minutes (11-6, 8-11, 11-6, 11-9...

New partners team up with World Open 2011!

The Netherlands will host for the first time to the combined World Open for men and women. The 10-day championship will feature a total prize fund in excess of US$400.000, a record in squash. A full glass court will be erected on the podium of the famo...

Nick Matthew celebrates double gold in Delhi!

England's Nick Matthew brought his 2010 Commonwealth Games campaign to a magnificent climax in Delhi when he won gold in the Men's Doubles with team mate Adrian Grant to add to the gold medal he won in last week's singles final. In the final match on t...

Australia won the Mixed Doubles final in Delhi!

It was a first squash gold medal of the 2010 Games for Australia when Kasey Brown & Cameron Pilley (pic) beat New Zealand outsiders Joelle King & Martin Knight 8-11, 11-7, 11-5 in a 96-minute Mixed Doubles final. When asked how it felt to win his count...

New Zealand takes women’s doubles gold!

After Carol Owens and Leilani Rorani won the women’s doubles gold medal in 2002 in Manchester, it was the 2nd time in Commonwealth Games history, that a New Zealand women’s team won the title. 4th seeded Jaclyn Hawkes (pic le) and Joelle King (pic ...

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...