Gaultier going for historic home dream!

Greg Gaultier (ri) took 23 PSA World Tour titles from more than 50 final appearances and becoming the 1st Frenchman to win the British Open (photo: Jordan Mansfield)
France's top-ranked squash player Greg Gaultier (le) is hoping to fulfill a life-long dream when he leads his country in next week's WSF Men's World Team Championship on home soil in Mulhouse.

IOC put Squash on the shortlist for 2020!

President Ramachandran concluded: "Squash would grow all over the world with the Olympic Movement. We are a growing, global sport played in 185 countries by millions across the world.
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) Executive Board did put Squash on the shortlist as a potential sport to join the Olympic Programme for the 2020 Olympic Games. The IOC Executive Board, which comprises 15 IOC members including President Jacques Rogge, made its decision after receiving presentations from eight sports.

Men’s World Team Championships!

The 24th Men's World Team Championship (9-15 June in Mulhouse), will take place on three ASB all-glass showcourts in the Palais de Sport, with stunning presentation assured.
10 more days to go as the Men’s World Team Championships (9th to 15th of June) takes place in Mulhouse in France. Big Championship posters are up at the walls and today the 3 ASB glass courts arrived and will be built into the Palais des Sports ...

Ramy Ashour wins historic British Open title!

"I've experienced waking up in the morning every day with a heavy heart and a heavy spirit. There have been a lot of distractions. But winning this title is really big for me. It's something I will always remember," the new British Open Champion concluded.
Ramy Ashour is Egypt's new British Open Champion as the last one was legendary AA AbouTaleb who won the trophy in 1966 for the 3rd year in a row in London.

Laura Massaro takes British Open title!

Laura Massaro (ri), who defeated the Nicol David (le), the World No1 on her home-turf in the KL Open in March, was able to repeat this victory in the final of this $90,000 World Series event in Hull .
20 years after England's Lisa Opie has won, 2nd seed Laura Massaro became the 2nd Englishwoman who won the British Open in its history. Laura Massaro (ri) overcame favorite and World No1 Nicol David (le) from Malaysia 11-4, 3-11, 12-10, 11-7 afer 53 minutes of play.

Men’s World Team Championships in Mulhouse!

Jacques Fontaine, President of the host - French Squash Federation - welcomes all 32 participating nations, squash fans, spectators from all over the world to the most prestigious squash event of the World Squash Federation.
For the first time in history, France will host the Men’s World Team Championships (9th to 15th of June). The French Federation will use their 3 ASB glass courts to be built into the Palais des Sports in Mulhouse.

Welcome to Mulhouse!

Greg Gaultier (FRA, World No.3), Nick Matthew (ENG, World No.2), Ramy Ashour (EGY, World No.1) and Germany’s World No.12 Simon Rosner welcome all squash fans to the Men’s World Team Championships 2013 in Mulhouse (9-15 of June).

Allam British Open 2013 come shortly!

Allam British Open 2013 not far to come. Check out some incredible play from last year’s semi-final Ramy Ashour vs James Willstrop – sit back and enjoy …

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