Australia

Brown doubled doubles title in Melbourne!

Australia's Kasey Brown (pic) boosted her chances of doubles squash medal success in next month's Commonwealth Games in Delhi with two titles in the finals of the Australian Open Doubles Championships. In an all-Australian Women's Doubles final, the 25...

Down Under doubles time!

How to bridge the gap between the Australian Open and the Hong Kong Open (starting at the 25th of August), that might be the question for most of the players. Some of them are already on the way to Hong Kong, may be looking for some shopping opportunit...

“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...

Madeline Perry won the Australian Open!

Irish girl Madeline Perry (pic ri) won the Australian Open against England’s Alison Waters (pic, le) in the 5th game on extra points to claim her biggest tournament victory and her 7th overall title on the WISPA Tour. Perry was two games ahead when W...

World top two to content into Canberra final!

Top seeds Nick Matthew and Ramy Ashour (pic ri) will fight out the Australian Open final after contrasting semi-finals. Nick Matthew celebrated a straight games win (11-7, 11-8, 11-8) over fellow Englishman James Willstrop. Matthew looked incredibly re...

All-British climax at the Australian Open!

Both top seeds fell in today's semi-finals as 4th seed Madeline Perry and 3rd seed Alison Waters (pic) set up an all-British final of the Grays Women's Australian Open. Englishwoman Alison Waters survived a magnificent fight back (11-7, 11-8, 10-12, 9-...

Gaultier and Ashour in spectacular form!

The last two quarter-finals of the Australian Open saw French Greg Gaultier (piv ri) and Egypt’s Ramy Ashour playing immaculate matches beating Karim Darwish (EGY, pic le) and Thierry Lincou (FRA) to take the last to semi-final spots. Right from the ...

British Australian Women’s semis down under!

Experienced 33-year-old Rachael Grinham (pic) triumphed in straight games over 11-year-younger fellow Australian Donna Urquhart, in the quarter-finals of Australian Open in Canberra to take on 3rd seed Alison Waters of England who reached the final fou...
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