England’s world No1 Nick Matthew (pic ri) will be leading the home charge at this month’s ROWE British Grand Prix in Manchester from 19-25 September. The event is the 4th of the nine PSA World Series championships in 2011, has attracted a star-studded field featuring 16 of the world’s top 20 players, including 6 former world No1. “It always means a lot to win any event, especially one which is at home at somewhere you are comfortable and have a lot of fond memories,” said Matthew, who is expected to face Egyptian rival Ramy Ashour (pic le) in the final. But Ashour, the world No2 had the upper hand in last month’s Australian Open final – and, more painfully, later in the month in the final of the World Team Championship in Germany where Egypt went on to take the title. Make up your mind, who will be the winner – Matthew or Ashour or may be somebody else?
World’s leading squash stars renew rivalry in Richmond!
World champion Nick Matthew (pic ri) will be seeking revenge from his great rival Ramy Ashour (pic le) next week in the North American Open which is being staged in Richmond, Virginia. The two players enjoyed a series of phenomenal battles last year as…
Big shock in Manchester – Matthew pulled out!
After the 5th match of day one saw 11th seed Australian Stewart Boswell survived a 5 games encounter against New Zealander Kashif Shuja (11-7, 11-2, 7-11, 11-13, 11-3, 57m) a shocking news came up in Manchester. No.1 seed Nick Matthew (pic) did pull ou…
World No1 Nick Matthew confirms ROWE British Grand Prix entry!
England’s World No1 Nick Matthew (pic ri) has confirmed his entry to September’s (19th to 25th) ROWE British Grand Prix in Manchester, one of the year’s nine PSA World Series championships and the biggest event to be staged in Europe. Matthew, the 1st …
Matthew meets Schoor in ROWE British Grand Prix Draw!
England’s world No1 Nick Matthew (pic le) will line up against his German Bundesliga team-mate wild card player Jens Schoor in the 1st round of the ROWE British Grand Prix in Manchester. Top seed Matthew want to make up for the disappointment of being …
World Champions field compete in Manchester!
A star-studded field, boasting six World No.1’s, four World Champion and eight players from the current world’s top 10, will compete in the ROWE British Squash Grand Prix, to be staged in Manchester, England from the 15th to 20th September. England’s…