Rosner replaces Darwish in World Series Finals!

Simon Rosner (front) beats Karim Darwish (back) in the pool matches of last year’s World Series Finals at Quenn’s Club in London (pic: Jordan Mansfield).
German 8 times national champion Simon Rosner (front) has replaced Karim Darwish (back) in the upcoming World Series Finals after the Egyptian was forced to withdraw from the event due to an ankle injury.

Massaro and Gaultier taking Windy City titles!

It was the 1st time Englishwoman Laura Massaro and Frenchman Greg Gaultier presenting the trophy together at a World Series Event. Time will show if they are able to repeat it (pic: Marian Kraus).
England's Laura Massaro and France’s Gregory Gaultier, both World No2, taking the 2014 Windy City Open titles in Chicago in contrasting styles.

Massaro meets El Welily in Windy City final!

"I was really pleased to come through the match," said Laura Massaro (ri) after her semi-final success against Camille Serme (le), which was lasting 90 minutes (pic: Marian Kraus).
England's world No2 Laura Massaro (ri) survived her longest match for more than 6 years when she overcame French rival Camille Serme (le) in a dramatic 5-game Women's semi-final at the Windy City Open in Chicago.

Ashour and Gaultier to contest Chicago final!

The Windy City semi-final between Ramy Ashour and Nick Matthew was an entertaining encounter for just more than 2 games, as Matthew was suffering from a back injury (pic: Marian Kraus).
Ramy Ashour and Greg Gaultier, the world No3 from Egypt and world No2 from France, respectively, are set to renew their long-standing rivalry in the final of the 2014 Windy City Open Chicago.

Camille Crushes Waters in Chicago upset!

World No6 Camille Serme (ri) secured her place in the semi-final of the Windy City Open after beating England’s World No4 Alison Waters (le) in straight games (pic: Marian Kraus).
France's Camille Serme (ri) claimed an unexpected place in the semis of the Women's Windy City Open after despatching 3rd-seeded Alison Waters (le, ENG) in straight games (11-4, 14-12, 11-6) in Chicago, USA.

Ashour overcomes Willstrop in thriller!

"Playing James is never easy," said Ramy Ashour. "When you play such an accurate player you have to be 100 per cent. Today James was playing some immaculate squash (pic: Marian Kraus)."
Egypt's two-time World Champion Ramy Ashour (le) was back to his sublime best at the 2014 Windy City Open when he came through an enthralling 76-minute quarter-final encounter against England's James Willstrop (ri) in 4 games (8-11, 11-8, 11-8, 11-8).

Squash and Olympia – a never ending Story?

N Ramachandran President of the World Squash Federation) led the Squash bid to the 2020 Olympic Games programme in Buenos Aires last September
World Squash Federation President N Ramachandran (ri), who attended the Sochi Winter Olympic Games as the newly-elected President of the Indian Olympic Association, is encouraged by the IOC vision to introduce new sports to the Summer Games programme "sooner rather than later".

The Champions are back – KPMG GRAND SLAM CUP 2014!

After the initial KPMG Grand Slam Cup has been played in 2013, the 2nd edition of the impressive one-night-event will take place at the 7th of May 2014
Some of the best players in the world return to Frankfurt to battle for the title of KPMG Grand Slam Cup Champion for the 2nd time. On May 7th, the international squash stars will compete in this unique “One Night Only” event.
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