Matthew to be 1st men’s finalist in Hull!

"The pace throughout the match today was relentless and I felt like I was running on fumes at the end," said Matthew, who's aiming for British Open title number 4 (pic: Steve Cubbins)
World No2 Nick Matthew had the better end in an epic 104-minutes battle, as he came back from 1:2 games and 1-5 down in the 4th game to overcome the 10 years younger Egyptian World No3 Mohamed El Shorbagy 4-11, 14-12, 3-11, 11-7, 11-8.

David secures chance for 5th British Open title!

"It's a repeat of the final last year, but I don't think we'll be doing anything differently we're going to be playing our best squash and you should expect a good battle", David said (pic: Steve Cubbins).
After sharing the 1st 2 games World No1 Nicol David (ri) from was able raising the pace to overcome England's Alison Waters (le) 8-11, 11-5, 11-4, 11-2 in 43 minutes.

Massaro makes British Open final again!

"Defending the title means a huge amount," said Massaro after her impressive win over the player one place below her in the WSA World Rankings (pic: Steve Cubbins)
England's World No2 and titleholder Laura Massaro (ri) moves into her 2nd consecutive British Open final as she beat Egyptian World No3 Raneem El Welily (le) in 4 games 6-11, 11-8, 11-4, 11-7.

German Bundesliga play-offs: Paderborn takes 10th title!

Germany's most successful Squash Club from Paderborn celebration their 10th German League title (Jordan Mansfield).
Paderborner SC triumphed 3/1 over defending champions Black & White RC Worms in today's final of the fotobuch.de Squash Bundesliga to avenge their defeat in last year's final and celebrate a record tenth title at Pink Power in Böblingen, near Stuttgart, in Germany.

Matthew beats Gaultier to take KPMG Grand Slam Cup!

At the trophy presentation, Matthew joked: "I'm pleased to go from last place last year to 1st place in the space of a year - that's how much I've improved! (pic: Jordan Mansfield)
England's Nick Matthew took the 2nd chance to win the KPMG Grand Slam Cup in Frankfurt. In a star studded field the 3 times World Champion had the better end against French World No1 Greg Gaulier to win 11-4, 3-11, 3-2 (23m) in the shot-out format.

One night in Frankfurt!

Five of the world's best players - one iconic venue with a stunning ASB ShowGlassCourt - hundreds of squash fans will be happy ...
The KPMG Grand Slam Cup, the unique “One Night Only” event is back at THE SQUAIRE, an architectural icon 5 minutes walking distance beside Terminal 1 of Frankfurt’s international airport, where the organizers put up a stunning ASB ShowCourt for the spectacle.

Shabana shakes off Momen in Zurich!

"I know I was a bit fortunate with a couple of matches - playing my opponents who had gruelling monster matches the day before - but I still had to seize my opportunities”, the Amr Shabana said (pic: Helen Ree).
Amr Shabana (le) outlasted young compatriot Tarek Momen (ri) in 5 games in the all-Egyptian final of the Grasshopper Cup in the Swiss city of Zurich.

Top seeds downed to set up all-Egyptian Zurich final!

"I knew that recently I found a way to be more patient but I haven't been consistent with it but so far in this tournament I kept my cool and calm and I've been very patient", said Momen. (pic: Helen Ree )
After despatching the top 2 seeds in contrasting semi-finals, Amr Shabana and Tarek Momen will contest the 1st all-Egyptian final of the Grasshopper Cup in Zurich, Switzerland.
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