Australia

Grinham stuns Brown in Australian Open!

Former champion Natalie Grinham (pic) caused the biggest upset of the Australian Open in Canberra when she bundled 5th seed Kasey Brown out of the 2nd round. Grinham stunned the world No6 in 4 tense games 11-9, 7-11, 12-10, 11-9 to move into the quarte...

David through to the quarter-finals!

World No1 Nicol David (pic le) of Malaysia made it through to the quarter-finals of the Australian Open with an expected straight games win over 17-year-old Englishgirl Emily Whitlock (11-9, 11-7, 11-5; pic ri). David will now play Hong Kong’s Annie ...

Palmer still standing in Canberra!

Australian No1 David Palmer (pic le) overcame a badly injured ankle to edge past Tom Richards (pic ri) of England in the 2nd round of the Australian Open in Canberra. The unseeded former world champion hurt his ankle when he fell awkwardly during his 1...

Boswell joins Palmer in Canberra last 16!

Stewart Boswell (pic) made it two Australian men into the 2nd round of the Australian Open when he beat India's Saurav Ghosal in straight games 14-12, 11-2, 11-5 in the 2nd day of 1st round action in Canberra. However, the 4-time champion will have to ...

Palmer survived 1st round drama in Canberra!

Home hero David Palmer (pic) defied a tenacious opponent and an ankle injury in the 5th game to claw his way into the 2nd round of the Australian Open after beating Malaysia's Azlan Iskandar 14-12, 11-9, 5-11, 9-11, 11-8 in Canberra. At 7-5 in the deci...

Alexander storms into Australian Open main draw!

Australian Zac Alexander (pic) stormed into the main draw of the Australian Open in Canberra after an impressive win over New Zealander Chris Lloyd in the qualifying finals of the 3rd PSA World Series event of the year. The 22-year-old completed his 2n...

Raphael Kandra crowned NWS Open Champion!

Germany's Raphael Kandra (pic) celebrated title success in the New South Wales Open after beating Aqeel Rehman in a shock all-European final in Sydney. It was after beating England's 3rd seed Lewis Walters in the quarter-finals that Kandra, the No8 see...

Wales crush Australia in Women’s World Junior Team opener!

In the biggest upset on the opening day of qualifying action in the Women's World Junior Team Championship, underdogs Wales (pic) crushed 3-time former champions Australia 3/0 in the World Squash Federation event in Boston, USA. "We don't beat Australi...
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