Egypt’s world No1 Ramy Ashour (pic front) beat England’s James Willstrop 11-7, 3-11, 11-3, 11-5 in the final of the ROWE British Grand Prix 2010 to win the biggest title in Europe this year. Ashour was in full command of the game even if Willstrop managed to take the 2nd game to level. From the start of the 3rd game the 22-year-old Egyptian accelerated the pace and Willstrop was not able to follow. After 40 minutes and some prize-giving speeches later Ashour proudly presented the trophy.
Magic Ashour secured his place in the British Grand Prix final!!
22-years old Egyptian Ramy Ashour (pic le) needed all his magic skills to down 12-years elder Australian David Palmer (pic ri) in four very entertaining games to take the place in the final of the ROWE British Grand Prix. At 1:1 in games Ashour fought …
Top stars to enter the ROWE British Grand Prix!
After world no.1 Nick Matthew consents, four more top players have confirmed their participation in the ROWE British Grand Prix in Manchester. The two Frenchman former world no.1 Greg Gaultier (pic ri) and World Champion 2004 Thierry Lincou plus the tw…
“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…
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…