Egypt’s Amr Shabana (pic) is ready for to win his 6th successive title in next week’s Hong Kong Open. Reigning world champion Shabana boasts a 25-match unbeaten run in Hong Kong since beginning his record bid in the 2005 championship, which was upgraded to a World Open. Contrasting to this scenario young compatriot Ramy Ashour has the chance of reclaiming the world number one ranking from Englishman Nick Matthew, but only if he wins the Hong Kong Open title – without Matthew making the final.
“Quick Nick” downed Ashour to take Australian title!
England’s Nick Matthew (pic le) showed just why he is ranked world no.1 when he downed Egypt’s Ramy Ashour (pic ri) in straight games after 58 dramatic minutes of the Australian Open in Canberra. The end of 1st game was the crucial point of the mat…
Camilleri and Corren count titles Down Under!
The two Australians Lisa Camilleri and Mike Corren (pic) took their tour title No9 and No27, when they celebrate victories in Adelaide. The 27-year-old Camilleri overcoming New Zealander Kylie Lindsay in 5 games (11-2, 4-11, 11-6, 9-11, 14-12) and the …
Khan eased to the Pakistan Title!
Top seed Aamir Atlas Khan (pic) defeats the number two compatriot Farhan Mehboob in straight games in today’s (Friday) final of the PSF-CAA Pakistan International Circuit No2. The 19-year-old from Peshawar was in control from the start, beating his 21-…
Great Britain and Hong Kong meet for the World University Team Title!
Hong Kong and former champions Great Britain will contest the final of the 7th World University Team Championships. Both celebrated straightforward wins in the semi-finals in Melbourne, Australia. Great Britain (Joel Hinds, Peter Creed and Emma Chorley…
World No1 Nick Matthew confirmed participation!
England’s newly crowned World No1 Nick Matthew (pic) has become the first top ten player to confirm his participation in the ROWE British Grand Prix, to be staged in the English city of Manchester from 15-20 September. The ROWE British Grand Prix will …