Gaultier takes Toronto Cambridge Cup!

8 of the top players in the World, playing the annual Cambridge Cup in 4 club in Toronto and Frenchman Greg Gaultier ended up to be the winner.

England reclaims Women’s World Team Championship title!

In a dramatic climax to the 2014 SHOP.CA Women's World Team Championship in Canada, 2nd seeds England defeated 1st-time finalists Malaysia 2/1 to win the championship for the 7th time.

Malaysia dethrones Egypt to set up World Championship final with England!

After two dramatic semi-finals in the Women's World Team Championship in Canada, 2nd seeds England will face 3rd seeds Malaysia in Saturday's final in Niagara-on-the-Lake.

Women’s World Team Championship!

Egypt are seeded to retain their title in tomorrow’s SHOP.CA WSF Women's World Team Championship in Canada. The defending champions will be one of 20 nations represented - with all the world's top ten players in action - in the 19th staging of the biennial World Squash Federation championship at White Oaks Conference Resort & Spa in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, from 1-6 December.

Jens Schoor takes NASH Cup in style!

German giant-killer Jens Schoor scored his 3rd upset in 4 days at The NASH Cup 2014 in Canada when he beat England's No4 seed Eddie Charlton to win the biggest PSA World Tour title of his career in London, Ontario.

Miguel makes it 3rd time unlucky for Selby!

Colombian squash star Miguel Angel Rodriguez upset top seed Daryl Selby (4-11, 11-2, 11-2, 11-6 ) in the final of the Bluenose Classic to consign the Englishman to runner-up of the event in Halifax for the 3rd time since 2010.

Canada won crucial clash!

A crucial match in final qualifying rounds of the Men's World Team Squash Championship in France - the outcome of which would either have put one nation into the world top 16 for the 1st time ever or another out of the elite group for the 1st time in 21 appearances - saw Canada edge past Colombia 2/1 to maintain top 16 status since 1971.

Lincou celebrates early birthday present in Canada!

Just 2 days before his 36th birthday, unseeded Frenchman Thierry Lincou (front) emphatically showed what a major force he still is after upsetting 4th seed Daryl Selby (back) in a marathon Bluenose Squash Classic final to win in Halifax ...