Cameron Pilley

Rosner takes Santiago crown!

"I'm just so happy to have won my sixth PSA title," said Rosner, who claimed his 6th PSA Tour title (photo: Jesús Souto).
Rosner takes Santiago crown! Germany's Simon Rosner celebrated the sixth PSA World Tour title of his career after triumphing in 4 games in the final of the Santiago Open in Santiago de Compostela, Spain. After making his breakthrough ...

Rosner and Pilley meet in Santiago final!

Simon Rosner beat Borja Golan in the semi-final of the Santiago Open 2012 (11-8, 12-10, 8-11, 11-8) to reach the final (photo: Jesús Souto).
Rosner and Pilley meet in Santiago final! Germany's Simon Rosner (le) destroyed all home hopes in the semi-final in the Santiago Open in Spain when he beat Spaniard Borja Golan (ri) in 4 games 11-8, 12-10, 8-11, 11-8 after 73 minutes ...

Australian squash team on the red sofa!

I love squash interview on the red sofa with the Australian squash team (David Palmer, Cameron Pilley, Stewart Boswell, Aaro ...Backstage with Squash Team Australia (World Teams 2011)www.youtube.comhttp://www.facebook.com/ilovesquash

Khan downs Iskandar in Malaysian Open upset!

In a day of shocks in the Malaysian Open in Kuala Lumpur, defending champion Azlan Iskandar crashed out of the quarter-finals. Pakistan's unseeded Aamir Atlas Khan (pic) toppled the 3rd seeded Malaysian 11-5, 10-12, 11-9, 11-6 in 56 minutes. Khan now f...

Matthew struggled but did not fall!

Nick Matthew (pic) survived a 5 games battle against Australian world No11 Cameron Pilley. The English World No1 came back from 1-2 down to level the games, but in the final game it was just like the flip of a coin who is going to win this tough encoun...

Darwish just survived Rosners attack!

The 5th match of the Case Swedish Open’s 1st round was the thriller of the day, when world No3 Karim Darwish from Egypt fought back from being 1:2 down and was surviving a match ball of his German opponent Simon Rosner (pic) in the 5th game to take t...

Ashour downs Anjema in Delhi!

In the 2nd round action (part 1) of the $192,500 Punj Lloyd PSA Masters the 14th seed Egyptian Hisham Ashour (pic fron) downed Dutch 7th seed Laurens Jan Anjema (pic back) in five. It was the 2nd time in a row after 2nd round World Open defeat, that As...

Seeds safely through in New Delhi!

There were no surprises on the opening day in the $192,500 Punj Lloyd PSA Masters, the 10th and final PSA Super Series championship of the year at the Indian capital city New Delhi. England's James Willstrop led the day's action on the ASB all-glass co...
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