Australia

Canada’s Cornett took Tasmanian title!

Samantha Cornett (pic) picked up her 2nd title of the year as she won the Tasmanian Open in Hobart in Australia. On the way into the final, 3rd seed Cornett produced 2 straight games wins against Deon Saffery (WAL) and Samantha Davies (AUS) to overcome...

Leo Au takes Victorian Open title!

After surviving two four-games matches en-route to the final of the Victorian Open in Melbourne, Hong Kong's Leo Au (pic) despatched England's Lewis Walters in straight games to take a 11-5, 11-9, 11-8 victory in 51 minutes in Melbourne. Au, boasting a...

Palmer to face Shabana in Australian Open opener!

Australia's David Palmer (pic le) will have to get past world No5 Amr Shabana (pic ri) of Egypt in the 1st round of the Australian Open if he is to have any chance of adding a 2nd title to the one he claimed in 2008. The 2011 Australian Open will be pl...

Francis takes South Australia title!

3rd seed Australian Melody Francis’s (pic) victory in this week’s South Australian Open brought her the 3rd title in 2011. After Francis overcame 2nd seed Siti Munirah Jusoh of Malaysia 11-13, 11-7, 11-3, 11-5, she met Amanda Landers-Murphy (NZL). ...

Shuja shakes off Corren in Adelaide showdown!

New Zealander Kashif Shuja (pic) edged out home favourite Mike Corren in the final of the South Australian Open to win in Adelaide. Corren, the South Australian-born 2nd seed in his 4th final in 5 years, was looking for his 3rd successive title as he c...

Malaysia upset France to reach World Cup semi-finals!

In the final qualifying round of the WSF World Cup in Chennai, Malaysia produced the event's first upset by beating 4th seeds France to earn a surprise place in the semi-finals in India. 5th seeds Malaysia fell behind when Muhd Asyraf Azan went down 11...

Australia reclaim World Team Title in New Zealand!

After last winning the title in 2004 - and finishing in 10th place two years later - Australia re-established their authority in women's world squash by beating England in the final of the Women's World Team Championship in Palmerston North, New Zealan...

Fitz-Gerald confident for international comeback!

National pride was behind Sarah Fitz-Gerald‘s (pic) decision to play for Australia at the Women’s World Team Squash Championships New Zealand. The 5 times world champion compete in her 1st big squash event in almost 10 years, as she retired in 2002...
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