Hesham and Ghosal stun seeds in El Gouna!

Mazen Hesham's win over higher seed Simon Rösner has been the biggest victory of the 21-year-old Egyptian so far (pic: Steve Cubbins).
Egyptian qualifier Mazen Hesham (le) delighted the home crowd at the 2015 El Gouna International, with a stunning 3/1 win over World No.10 Simon Rösner (ri) during the opening day of action at the Red Sea resort. Hesham, the unpredictable World No.30 out-gunned Rösner from the start, executing an array of incredible winners to deny the powerful man from Germany to take a 12-10, 11-7, 11-13, 11-7 victory.

England’s Canary Wharf Champion Matthew far better than English football!

"I've enjoyed this tonight," said Matthew after notching up the 33rd PSA World Tour title of his career. "It's amazing to win this title for the fifth time.
“The biggest Final between England and Germany in London since 1966!”, said Canary Wharf MC Alan Thatcher about the final between England’s Nick Matthew (ri) and Simon Rösner (le) of Germany to make again an English effort to lift the unsuccessful English Football National Team, who won once by mistake, to the level of the actual World Champion.

Matthew and Rösner in Canary Wharf final!

Three times World Champion Nick Matthew (ri) was in full control of cpmpatriot Daryl Selby (le) to reach his 5th Canary Wharf final (pic: Steve Line).
Defending champion Nick Matthew moved into the final of the 2015 Canary Wharf Classic, keeping alive his hopes of winning the title for a record 5th time, with a commanding 3:0 win over compatriot Daryl Selby at London's East Wintergarden.

Germany’s Rösner spoils English London party!

"Obviously I'm very happy to be in the semi-finals here for the very first time and it feels amazing to get my first win over James," said Simon Rösner.
German World No.9 Simon Rösner prevented the semi-finals of the Canary Wharf Classic from being an all-English affair for the 1st time in the tournament's history with a straight forward 3-0 victory over former World No.1 James Willstrop at London's East Wintergarden.

14-Year-Old El Hammamy wins Genf Open title!

Hania El Hammamy became the 2nd youngest women's title winner of all-time, as she beat Fiona Moverley from England in the Genf Open final in straight games.
Hania El Hammamy won her 1st WSA Tour title when she stormed to victory in the Women's Geneva Open, clinching her maiden title without dropping a game in Geneva, Switzerland.

Urquhart and Kandra make it 9!

Omar Abdel Meguid (le) and Liu Tsz-Ling (2nd le) finally had to accept their final defeats by Donna Urquhart (2nd ri) and Raphael Kandra (ri).
With Australia's Donna Urquhart and Germany’s Raphael Kandra taking the victories in the Seattle Open in Seattle, USA, both winners collecting their 9th title in their careers.

El Welily Downs David – Matthew stops Shorbagy!

“I guess I’m in the twilight of my career – the end is closer than the beginning – but I managed to take my change tonight against someone who has been in incredible form recently", Matthew said (pic Marian Kraus)
Egypt's world No.2 Raneem El Welily claimed the biggest WSA World Tour squash title of her career when she upset Malaysian favourite Nicol David 14-16, 12-10, 11-7, 11-7 in the final of the Windy City Open in Chicago.

David and El Welily in Windy City climax!

Raneem El Welily (le) made her 24th WSA Tour final, after defeating French star Camille Serme at the Windy City Open (pic: Jordan Mansfield)
The world's top 2 squash players will contest the women’s final of the Windy City Open after Malaysia's World No.1 Nicol David and Egypt's Raneem El Welily (le), the World No.2, prevailed in contrasting semi-finals in Chicago.
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