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India break into World top 8 in Nimes!

India national coach Cyrus Poncha was happy: "It's been a brilliant year for Indian squash - which started with reaching the U21 World Cup final, then 3rd place in the world junior boys, and now top 8 in the women's."
India break into World top 8 in Nimes! In only their 3rd appearance in the event, India ensured themselves a top 8 finish in the WSF Women's World Team Championship after producing an upset by beating 8th seed Netherlands in a dramatic last 16 ...

Egypt Retain World Junior title in Qatar!

Egyptian National Coach Amir Wagih was delighted: "We promised we would come back to our country with the cups, and that's what we are doing. I'm so proud of my team!" (photo: Steve Cubbins, SquashSite)
In the 5th fifth successive meeting in the climax of the biennial World Junior Team Squash Championships, it was favourites Egypt (pic) who again triumphed over 2nd seeds Pakistan in the final in the Qatar capital Doha to retain the title ...

Top 4 made the World Junior Team semi-finals!

"We were certainly taken to the wire," Indian coach Cyrus Poncha (le9 told after the match later. "We knew Hong Kong were a very strong team, and we were ready for it (phost: Steve Cubbins, SquashSite)
A dramatic fight-back in the quarter-finals in Qatar sees India (pic) back in the top 4 of the of the WSF Men's World Junior Team Championship. The seedings suggested a close encounter against Asian rivals Hong Kong China ...

Chinappa takes Chennai Open title!

Joshna Chinappa (IND) beat Sarah-Jane Perry (ENG) 9-11, 11-4, 11-8, 12-10 in the final of the Chennai Open after 47 minutes of play (photo: Gautam Das)
World No 71 and 2nd seed Joshna Chinappa (le) of India claimed her 1st ever WSA title on home soil, when she came from 1 game down to beat 3rd seed English-women Sarah Jane Perry (ri) 9-11, 11-4, 11-8, 12-10 in the final of the ...

Egypt deny India World Cup triumph in Chennai!

The Egyptian team beat host India 2/1 to the victory of the Inaugural WSF Under-21 World Cup 2012 in Chennai (photo: WSF)
In a dramatic clash which went the full distance, favourites Egypt (pic) eventually overcame surprise opponents India 2/1 in the final of the WSF Under-21 World Cup to deny the hosts a historic 1st world title in the inaugural World Squash Federation ...

India to face Egypt in historic World Cup final!

At the U21 World Cup, the unique ASB GlassCourt - an all-glass show court featuring a pioneering new glass floor with under-floor LED lighting - was build up in the Express Avenue Mall in Chennai
Indian number 2 Ramit Tandon survived a nail-biting decider in the WSF Under-21 World Cup semi-finals against France take the hosts into Sunday's climax of the inaugural event - thus marking India's first ever appearance in a world squash final ...

Egypt waltz through – England struggle in Chennai!

Favourite team Egypt: Nour El Tayeb, Nour El Sherbini, Karim Abdel Gawad, Marwan El Shorbagy, Mohamed Abouelghar (sitting); Coach Ehab Ali Hafez and Manager, Amir Wagih (standing)
As the top seeds Egypt (pic) secured 2 straightforward wins in the 1st 2 qualifying rounds in Pool A against Australia and host India, 2nd seed England went down 1-2 to France in Pool B. The WSF Under-21 World Cup is the inaugural mixed team ...

James Willstrop won PSA Masters and will become World No1!

James Willstrop (ENG) beat Greg Gaultier (FRA) 19-21, 11-8, 11-4, 4-1 (ret.) in the final of the Punj Lloyd PSA Masters 2011
The climax to an incredible end-of-year run by James Willstrop on the international squash circuit saw the Englishman clinch his 3rd successive PSA World Series title today at the Punj Lloyd PSA Masters in India in a victory which will ensure his status as World No1 ...
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