German play-offs: Taufkirchen (Sina Wall, Gaby Schmohl and Astrid Kern) won the women’s for the 3rd time in a row by beating Rosenheim (Kathrin Hauck, Franziska Hennes and Laura Kutsch) 2-1. B&W Worms (David Palmer, Jens Schoor, André Haschker and Carsten Schoor) took the men’s title for the 1st time, while the big favorite Paderborn (James Willstrop, Simon Rosner, Norman Junge and Cederic Lenz) was kicked out in the semis by the surprising finalist Hamborn (Tom Richards, Rudi Rohrmuller, Raphael Kandra and Marc Hoerning). Worms beat Koblenz (Laurens Jan Anjema, Stefan Leifels, Johannes Voit and Markus Voit) in the 2nd semi-final 3-1. The men’s final was in full control of Palmer’s team while he beat Tom Richards 3-1, Carsten Schoor overrun Marc Hoerning 3-0 and André Haschker downed Raphael Kandra 3-1. The last match (best of 3) between Jens Schoor and Rudi Rohrmüller was won 2-1 by Rohrmuller.
Schoor claims Kiev crown!
Jens Schoor (pic) maintained his membership of the exclusive club of players who have never lost in a PSA World Tour final when he clinched the inaugural Ukrainian Squash Open in Kiev. The 2nd seed from Germany reached his fourth Tour final when he bea…
ROWE British Grand Prix 2010 started!
First 4 matches are done – no surprises did arise and all seeded players have gone through to round two. Adrian Grand ended wild card Jens Schoor’s Grand Prix run. Results:  Gregory Gaultier (FRA) bt Martin Knight (NZL) 11-6, 11-2, 11-3 (27m), [9…
Rohrmueller and Palaez took Pioneer Cup!
Germany’s Rudi Rohrmueller (pic) won the Pioneer Junior U19 Open, with more than 500 participants the leading junior tournament of the European Junior Circuit. Rohrmueller overcame England’s Nathan Lake in straight games. The girls U19 final was domina…
Willstrop and Palmer will meet in the Commonwealth Games quarters!
Australian squash veteran David Palmer (pic) claimed one of the last slots in the men’s Commonwealth Games quarter-finals at in Delhi, when he .beat his Malaysian rival Ong Beng Hee 11-4, 15-13, 11-5 in 55 minutes. Palmer won a bronze medal in 2002 and…