A qualifier guaranteed in Dublin’s final!

Qualifiers Gregoire Marche (pic) and Borja Golan will meet in the men's semi-finals of the Irish Squash Open in Dublin. Frenchman Marche ousted fellow qualifier Bradley Hindle, from Malta, 11-8, 11-8, 12-10 in the quarter-finals to set up the meeting w...

Castagnet downs Boswell in Dublin!

The 2nd seeded Australian Stewart Boswell was the biggest casualty of the 1st round of the Irish Open. France's unseeded Mathieu Castagnet (pic) fought back from two games down to beat Boswell, the world No18, 9-11, 4-11, 11-4, 11-4, 11-5. Castagnet no...

Ramy Ashour reclaims World No1 position!

As predicted by his victory in last week's Hong Kong Open, Egypt's Ramy Ashour (pic) has reclaimed the world no.1 ranking in the September world rankings. The 22-year-old from Cairo first secured the top spot in January this year - but was replaced in ...

I love squash community welcomes the isquashstore!

The I love squash community would like to welcome a new supporters – they are called “the definitive online squash store”. The I love squash banner has been contained into their website. This support will promote the community and we might break ...

David goes for no.6 – Ashour celebrates his 1st Hong Kong title!

Malaysia's world no.1 Nicol David (pic ri) beat England's Jenny Duncalf, the world no.2, in straight games (11-6, 12-10, 12-10) in the Hong Kong Open final, to secure her 6th successive title triumph. The win boosts David's career Tour tally to 47 titl...

Gaultier and Ashour to contest Hong Kong Open final!

Ramy Ashour (pic ri) is one step away from regaining his world no.1 ranking after beating fellow Egyptian Karim Darwish in the semi-finals of the Hong Kong Open. But the 22-year-old from Cairo will have to beat French rival Greg Gaultier (pic le) in to...

Darwish and Ashour meet in an all-Egyptian semi-final!

Karim Darwish (pic le) secures his spot in the Hong Kong semi-finals by beating Frenchman Thierry Lincou (pic ri) after 40 minutes in straight games (11-9, 11-3, 11-9). Ramy Ashour follows his compatriot when he overcomes English James Willstrop (11-5,...

Peter Barker downs Nick Matthew in Hong Kong!

The English No.8 of the World, Peter Barker (pic), produced a major up-set in the Hong Kong quarter-finals, when he downed his compatriot and World No.1 Nick Matthew in four games (3-11, 11-8, 11-5, 11-5) in 55 minutes. Barker will meet Frenchman Greg ...