James Willstrop

Willstrop and Ashour followed to El Gouna semis!

World No1 James Willstrop faced an early onslaught from Dutchman Laurens Jan Anjema, who was delighted as he took the 28-minute 1st game 11-9. Willstrop quickly regrouped himself and started dominating the game to take ...

No surprises on the Show Glass Court in El Gouna!

Egyptian Ali Anwar Reda (le) gave home hopes a push as he took the opening game and had game balls at 10-8 in the 2nd against Nick Matthew (ri). But the English World champion survived the scary situation to take the game 14-12 ...

Willstrop extends World Ranking lead!

England's James Willstrop (le) has extended his lead at the top of the new April PSA Men's World Squash Rankings, as the 28-year-old is celebrating his 3rd month in pole position after 1st topping the rankings in January ...

Willstrop beat Matthew in German League final!

James Willstrop (le) made history in Germany, when he was able to beat Nick Matthew (ri) after 20 consecutive defeats. It was the No1 string of the 1st Bundesliga play-off match between titleholder Worms and Paderborn. Willstrop's victory ...

Manchester to host PSA Men’s World Championship 2013!

The City of Manchester will host the prestigious PSA Men’s World Squash Championships in 2013. Manchester follows Rotterdam, Saudi Arabia and Kuwait City as recent locations, staged under the auspices of the Professional Squash Association ...

Matthew takes Canary hat-trick!

In the final of the Canary Wharf Classic at the Eastwintergarden at London’s Docklands World No1 James Willstrop (re) met World Open Champion Nick Matthew (li). It was their 42nd meeting with a 32:9 victory advantage for Matthew ...

Willstrop controlled Shorbagy to get to the final!

James Willstrop (front) withstood a ferocious onslaught from hard-hitting Egyptian Mohamed El Shorbagy (back) before winning in 4 games 11-6, 8-11, 11-5, 11-5 in 61 minutes to reach his 5th Canary Wharf final since 2004 ...

Willstrop survived, Matthew being tested!

Two out of the four quarter-final matches at the Canary Wharf Classic came out as really tough battles. The other 2 produced a more or less safe victory of the favourites, as 3rd seed Peter Barker from England beat Germany’s Simon Rosner ...
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