Seeds safely through in Kuwait!

At today’s 1st half of the 1st round all 8 seeded players got through. Only Swiss No.1 Nicolas Mueller was close to produce an upset, when he took 14th seed Englishman Adrian Grant to the full distance. Grant found the better end after 85 minutes and...

South African Scores Sao Paulo Success!

Marathon matches were the order of the day before second-seeded South African Stephen Coppinger (pic) finally clinched the Sao Paulo Open. Coppinger survived a 69-minute semi-final against US-boy Christopher Gordon, before coming up against top-seeded ...

Arnold on top in Kuwait!

Malaysia's Delia Arnold (pic) notched up the sixth WISPA World Tour squash title of her career when she beat surprise opponent Kanzy Emad El-Defrawy of Egypt in the final of the Women's Sheikha Sheikha Saad Al Sabah International in Kuwait. Arnold’s ...

Krajcsak takes White Oaks crown!

Hungarian number one Mark Krajcsak (pic) upset top-seeded American Julian Illingworth in the final of the White Oaks Cup to win in Niagara-on-the-Lake in Canada. It took a further 71 minutes to resolve the final, with Krajcsak, ranked 51 in the world, ...

Nicol David took Mexican crown!

After Malaysian top-seed Nicol David (pic front) took the title in Mexico in straight games (12-10, 11-4, 11-5), she additionally extended her head-to-head lead to 25-7 against Australian Rachael Grinham (pic behind). David just had to worry in the 1st...

Darwish takes El Gouna title – Ashour suffered!

The first game Karim Darwish (pic) came back from 7-10 down to take a tense 1st game 16-14.In the 2nd Darwish was leading 4-3, as Ramy Ashour slipped on the way forward for a ball and ended on the floor. After a 3 minutes injury break, which was extend...

David and Grinham meet in maiden Mexico final!

Nicol David and Rachael Grinham (pic) will meet for the 32nd time in their careers when they play for the crown in Mexico, after surviving contrasting semi-finals in Toluca. The opening semi in the first WISPA Gold event ever to be staged in Mexico was...

All-Egyptian final at the El Gouna International!

The inaugural El Gouna International Open will climax in an all-Egyptian final after favourite Ramy Ashour and 3rd seed Karim Darwish prevailed in the semi-finals of the $142,500 event. Ashour, the world No1, was taken the full distance by Frenchman Gr...