Karim Darwish Retires!

"I started playing squash at the age of 6, and ever since, squash has been my only passion. I was lucky I had the chance to pursue my dream as a professional squash player”, Karim Darwish said.
Former World No.1 Karim Darwish has announced his retirement from professional squash. The 33-year-old Egyptian from Cairo first joined the PSA in March 1999 and enjoyed a meteoric rise through the standings, taking just two years to break into the World's Top 20. He reached the top ten for the 1st time in 2003, where he would remain for a combined 118-months ...

Mohamed El Shorbagy wins Sky Open!

"I am just very happy I could back up after my Qatar Classic victory and the performance at the worlds in Manchester", new Sky Open champion Mohamed El Shorbagy said after the final.
Mohamed El Shorbagy (le) collected his 2nd PSA World Tour title in 8 days when he upset top-seeded Egyptian compatriot Karim Darwish (ri) in the final of the Sky Open in New Cairo, Egypt.

Top seeds make Sky Open final!

"I'm not sure what's going on with me, but I'd better figure it out soon, because it's not going to do well at all," conceded Darwish to later.
The 2 top seeds will contest an all-Egyptian final of the Sky Open after favourite Karim Darwish (le) and 2nd seed Mohamed El Shorbagy survived close-fought 5-game semi-finals in Cairo, Egypt.

Egypt claim World Junior title in Poland!

"I've never ever seen a team like this one. Each player deserves praise and great respect for their wonderful performance", said Egypt coach Cherine Adel.
It took just 45 minutes for Habiba Mohamed Ahmed Alymohmed and Nour El Sherbini to win the 1st 2 matches in the final of the Women's World Junior Team Championship to take Egypt into the record books after winning the World Squash Federation title for an historic 4th successive time.

England are the new Champions of the World!

England's World Champions: Daryl Selby, Nick Matthew, James Willstrop and Adrian Grant (f.l.t.r., photo: Steve Cubbins)
The final of the Men's World Team Championships went into the decider as Englands Daryl Selby scored in the 1st match and Egypts Ramy Ashour leveled in the 2nd.

Titleholder Egypt is the 1st finalist!

Egypt's Tarek Momen beat Australia's Ryan Cuskelly 3-11, 11-6, 11-5, 7-11, 11-5 to give his team the 1-0 lead
Titleholder Egypt is the 1st finalist of the Men's Team Championships in Mulhouse as they beat Australia in a very tense match to reach the final for the 3rd time in a row.

Top 4 Nations reach World Semis!

Who will be the next World Team Champion? Can Egypt make it 3 in a row? Will host France use the home advantage? Is England strong enough to make it again?
Egypt, England, Australia and hosts France will contest the semi-finals of the Men's World Team Championship for the 4th time in a row after surging through the quarter-finals of the biennial event being staged in France for the first time in its 46-year history.

Egypt Snatch Women’s World Team Title!

The younf Egyptian team (average age 23 years) might have the chance to dominate in the upcoming years. Next chance to win a big title is the World Open on the Cayman Islands
Egypt Snatch Women's World Team Title in Nimes In a dramatic final of the WSF Women's World Team Championship in Nimes which went to the wire, 2nd seeds Egypt recovered from a match down to upset favourites England to win the title ...
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