Amr Shabana out of US Open!

Before the start of the US Open in Chicago No.1 seed Egyptian Amr Shabana pulled out of the 5-star PSA tournament and Frenchman Thierry Lincou slipped to the top position. One very interesting question rises when you are looking at the tournament's web...

I love squash – more than 6000 fans!

The I love squash community celebrate their one years anniversary and did jump over the 6000 fan barrier like nothing. Now we storm to the 7000 fan-border and would aim for 10000 fans next year. Thank you to all the people who have supported this initi...

Nicol David wins fifth World Open title!

Malaysia's Nicol David won a record-equalling 5th World Open squash title when she beat local hope Omneya Abdel Kawy in straight games (11-5, 11-8, 11-6) in the final Soho Square Women's World Open at Sharm El Sheikh. Abdel Kawy, the fourth seed from C...

Egypt’s Abdel Kawy sets up dream World Open final in Sharm El Sheikh

Omneya Abdel Kawy (pic) provided the dream climax Soho Square Women's World Open in the Egyptian Red Sea resort of Soho Square at Sharm El Sheikh by becoming the first Egyptian to reach a World Open final in the event's maiden staging in her home count...

Ramy Ashour takes the first ROWE British Grand Prix title!

Egypt's world No1 Ramy Ashour (pic front) beat England's James Willstrop 11-7, 3-11, 11-3, 11-5 in the final of the ROWE British Grand Prix 2010 to win the biggest title in Europe this year. Ashour was in full command of the game even if Willstrop mana...

Magic Ashour secured his place in the British Grand Prix final!!

22-years old Egyptian Ramy Ashour (pic le) needed all his magic skills to down 12-years elder Australian David Palmer (pic ri) in four very entertaining games to take the place in the final of the ROWE British Grand Prix. At 1:1 in games Ashour fought ...

Willstrop booked his final spot!

Fifth seed James Willstrop (pic le) survived an incident-packed semi-final of the ROWE British Grand Prix to beat fourth-seeded Frenchman Greg Gaultier 11-7, 11-9, 9-11, 5-11, 11-9 in 101 minutes to ensure his spot in Monday's final. The match was up a...

Stoehr and Low stun seeds – Nicol goes for five!

Natalie Grinham, four times a finalist in the last six years, failed to make the second round of the Women's World Open Squash Championship after going down in five games (11-9, 9-11, 7-11, 11-7, 13-11) on the opening day at Sharm El Sheikh against Ma...