The Champions are back – KPMG GRAND SLAM CUP 2014!

After the initial KPMG Grand Slam Cup has been played in 2013, the 2nd edition of the impressive one-night-event will take place at the 7th of May 2014
Some of the best players in the world return to Frankfurt to battle for the title of KPMG Grand Slam Cup Champion for the 2nd time. On May 7th, the international squash stars will compete in this unique “One Night Only” event.

Simon Rosner won his 8th German Nationals title!

I'm proud to take the 8th consecutive German Nationals titel after beating my team-mate Raphael Kandra 3:1", Simon Rosner said after the match (pic: Fritz Borchert).
Germany's World No11 Simon Rosner (middle) won his 8th German Nationals title today, as be beat World No62 Rapahel Kandra (le) in 4 games (5-11, 11-8, 11-2, 11-4). At the women's event titleholder 2013 and World No119 Franziska Hennes (middle) came back from 1:2 games down to beat former World No41 Sina Wall (le) 7-11, 11-8, 6-11, 11-8, 11-6.

KPMG Grand Slam Cup debuts in Frankfurt!

Individual tables with seating for four guests at the KPMG Grand Slam Cup are available, please visit
4 of the leading squash players in the world will come together to compete for the inaugural KPMG Grand Slam Cup in Frankfurt, Germany, on 8 May 2013. The innovative one-night squash spectacular will feature Egypt's current World No1, reigning World Champion and recent 2013 Tournament of Champions winner Ramy Ashour, together with England's 2011 World No1 and World Champion Nick Matthew, plus France's 2009 World No1 and 2013 Swedish Open Champion Gregory Gaultier.

England successfully retained their European titles!

Both English teams have been able to retain der title to established as the leading force in Europe (photo: Jordan Mansfield)
England successfully retained their titles in the European Team Championships after a 3/0 men's victory over France and a 2/1 women's win over Ireland in in Nürnberg, Germany. In the women's final Belfast's Madeline Perry ...

England on course for European double!

The English team with Peter Barker, Tom Richards, Nick Matthew, Daryl Selby and James Wilstrop would like to defend last year's title (photo: Jordan Mansfield).
England (pic: Peter Barker, Tom Richards, Nick Matthew, Daryl Selby, James Wilstrop) will contest both the men's and women's finals of the European Team Squash Championships after decisive victories in the semi-finals ...

Hosts Germany celebrate twin semi-final berths in European Championships!

Both German teams (women and men) claimed semi-final spots at the European Team Championships 2012 in Nuernberg, Germanyin
Hosts Germany (pic) fully exploited home advantage in the European Team Championships by securing unexpected semi-final berths in both the men's and women's events. Despite losing 4/0 to favourites and defending men’s champions England ...

England and Netherlands on course!

Irishwomen Aisling Blake came back from 2 games down to beat Germany’s Pamela Hathway 10-12, 5-11, 11-7, 11-3, 11-8 at the European Team Championships (photo: Jordan Mansfield)
In women's division 1 the top 2 seeds England and Netherlands eased through their opening matches, while 3rd and 4th seeds Ireland and France saw off their nearest challengers Germany and Scotland, also 3-0 ...

England and France as expected, Scotland and Germany with upsets!

Germany’s Simon Rosner (ri) beat Dutch No1 Laurens Jan Anjema 11-7, 12-10, 11-5 in the 1st pool tie at the European Team Championships (photo: Jordan Mansfield)
The European Team Championships have been started in Nurnberg, Germany. England’s teams are favourites to win another double. The notable result of day 1 was in men's division 1, where Scotland's 3-1 win over 3rd seeds Italy ...
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