“It was the best year of my career so far”, was the 1st comment of English World No.2 Nick Matthew (pic) after he won the PSA Masters in Delhi by beating English rival James Willstrop in straight games (11-7, 11-8, 11-7). It was the 15th defeat by Matthew in a row Willstrop had to take while Matthew’s won his 5th Super Series title this year and the 11th title overall including 2 gold medals at the Commonwealth Games. This success will bring him back to the World No.1 spot, when January’s rankings will be presented. Additionally Matthew leads the Super Series rankings to lead the top 8 players into the Atco World Series Finals in London (11th to 15th of January 2011).
Nick Matthew – first Englishman who takes the World Open crown!
The final of the Saudi World Open 2010 was gone into the history books even before it started. Never ever in squash history have been two Englishmen in a World Open final and the winner would be the first English World Champion. Willstrop started impre…
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 …
World Champion Matthew leads PSA Masters field!
This week’s Punj Lloyd PSA Masters, the tenth and final event of the 2010 PSA Super Series, has attracted a star-studded field led by last week’s new World Open champion Nick Matthew (pic) and runner-up James Willstrop. The Englishmen are the top two s…
England’s Nick Matthew wins gold in Delhi!
England’s world number two squash player Nick Matthew (pic le) achieved “the most important thing in my career so far” when he beat fellow countryman James Willstrop (pic ri) in the men’s Commonwealth Games singles final in Delhi to win his first gold …
Ramy Ashour takes Kuwait crown!
Ramy Ashour (pic front) claimed his 2nd Kuwait Open title after his victory in 2007. He beat reigning world champion Amr Shabana (pic back) in four games (9-11, 11-4, 13-11, 11-1). With this win Ashour took revenge on his defeat of the Kuwait world ope…