Amr Shabana

World Series Finals from London to Richmond!

After the Professional Squash Association (PSA) has postponed, the 2013 World Series Finals, now they have announced that it will take place in Richmond, Virginia, USA, from 15-19 March 2014, 1st time ever held on American soil.

ATCO World Series Finals postponed!

One of the most prestigious squash events, the ATCO World Series Finals (2nd to 6th January 2014, has been postponed. The showpiece event has been staged for the previous 5 years by Saudi businessman Ziad Al-Turki (mi) at London’s Queen’s Club.

Nick Matthew takes first semi-final spot!

In a match where 6 World Championship titles have been on the new ASB glass court in Manchester, English 2-times winner Nick Matthew (le) was most of the time in control of Egyptian maestro and 4-times champion Amr Shabana (ri).

England takes Showdown victory over Egypt!

Down 0-2 in matches at the break, England’s squash heroes Nick Matthew and James Willstrop rallied past Amr Shabana and Mohamed El Shorbagy of Egypt in the 2nd half to win Showdown at Symphony IV in Boston by one point. Every match went the distance in the shortened game format of the 4th annual World Champions Challenge in Boston's venerable Symphony Hall.

3 more years to go for the Egyptian maestro!

The squash community is able to enjoy at least 3 more years of Amr Shabana, the Egyptian maestro who has 4 World Championship and 31 PSA Tour titles under his belt.

Shabana takes Detroit Title as Darwish limps out!

In the 2013 Motor City Open Egypt's Amr Shabana assured that his name will be engraved on the trophy for the 1st time after fellow countryman Karim Darwish retired (11-4, 2-6, ret.) midway through the 2nd game of the final in Detroit, USA.

Amr Shabana on fire at Queen’s!

This is a MUST: Any squash fan will love that as Amr Shabana is on fire and showing his brilliancy. Nick Matthew played well but there was alsmost nothing to do against the maestro this time ...Squash : ATCO PSA 2012 World Series Finals - Final Roundup...

Amr Shabana retains World Series title!

Despite beginning his 19th year as a professional squash player, 33-year-old Amr Shabana proved that he is still the one to beat when he recovered from a game down to defeat England's World No2 Nick Matthew ...
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