London Open

World’s best in London at the World Series Finals!

The top 8 players who have earned the most points from the 9 PSA World Series championships in 2011 will meet in London next month (4-8 January) at the ATCO PSA World Series Finals, the flagship PSA World Tour event. The $110,000 event will take place for the 3rd time at The Queen's Club ...

Golan marks quarter century success In London!

Spain's Borja Golan marked his 25th PSA World Tour title success after surviving a marathon five-game final at the Coronation London Open. The No3 seed from Santiago beat 2nd-seeded South African Stephen Coppinger 8-11, 13-11, 11-9, 4-11, 11-3 ...

Matthew retains Canary Wharf crown!

It was the world No7 that started well in this year’s Canary Wharf final. Englishman Peter Barker played the perfect game, but just for 15 Minutes which gave him the 1:0 lead. Nick Matthew (pic), the No1 of the world, did change his tactics to get ba...

England/Egypt World Series Final guaranteed at Queen’s!

England and Egypt underlined their dominance at the ATCO PSA World Series Finals when the two rival nations hogged the four semi-final berths for Friday's matches at The Queen's Club in London. Yorkshire's Nick Matthew, the world No1, will play arch ri...

Matthew came back to beat Barker!

Peter Barker was on fire in the 1st game against English compatriot Nick Matthew (pic) which Barker won 14-12. Matthew raised the pace in the next two games (11-3, 11-6) and Barker was not able to follow the World Champion as Matthew reached the semi-f...

Barker outs El Hindi!

English Peter Barker (pic ri) secured his chances to stay in the semi-final race while he was beating Egyptian Wael El Hindi (pic le) 13-11, 11-9. Both players were not very happy with some of the refs decisions, Barker got punished with a conduct warn...

Highlights of the World Series Finals!

Here you’ll find some video highlights on the 1st night of the World Series Finals. Today’s lineup: Pool A: [5] Thierry Lincou (FRA) v [8] Alister Walker (ENG) at 5.30pm, [1] Ramy Ashour (EGY) v [3] James Willstrop (ENG) at 6.30pm. Pool B: [2] Nick...

Willstrop wins the opener against Walker!

In an all English match James Willstrop (pic ri) came back from 4-10 down to take the 1st game 13-11 in the tiebreak against compatriot Alister Walker (pic le). The 2nd game Willstrop was more comfortable and beat Walker 11-6.
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