Men’s World Championship

Ramy Ashour: 2014 World Champion!

"I have worked so hard both mentally and physically to get myself ready for this tournament and I have pushed myself so hard. It doesn't get any better than this", said World Champion Ramy Ashour.
Egyptian Ramy Ashour, the 27-year-old appearing in his 1st competitive tournament since May's Allam British Open, defied the odds to claim his third world crown, beating compatriot Mohamed Elshorbagy in a thrilling final of the Qatar PSA World Championship in Doha.

Elshorbagy downs Matthew to set up al-Egyptian final!

After talking-the-talk, World No.1 Mohamed Elshorbagy proved he can walk-the-walk by defeating 2013 title holder Nick Matthew 3/0 in the World Championship semi-final show-down.
World No.1 Mohamed Elshorbagy defeating 2013 title holder Nick Matthew from England in their 2014 Qatar PSA World Championship semi-final show-down in Doha to back up his leading position.

Coppinger moves into World Championship quarters!

"Considering the setting, the circumstance and that this is the World Championship, this is without a shadow of a doubt the biggest win of my career," said Coppinger after the match.
Unseeded Stephen Coppinger, the World No.24 from Cape Town, pulled off what he described as the biggest win of his career when he beat Egyptian World No.9 Tarek Momen to move into the quarter-finals of the 2014 Qatar PSA World Championship in Doha.

Pilley powers past Barker in Qatar!

"I'm very happy with that win. We've played a few times in the last six months and he's won every time so it's pleasing to make up for those today", a very happy Cameron Pilley said.
Australian Cameron Pilley, the world No20, powered his way past England's world No8 Peter Barker in a epic 86-minute encounter to book is place into the 3rd round of the 2014 Qatar PSA World Championship in Doha.

Matthew marches on as Coppinger stuns Selby!

Losing that third game sparked me up a bit and really got my mental state from training-mode to match-mode, which sometimes can be a problem in the opening round of a tournament", the 3 times World Champion Matthew said.
Reigning champion Nick Matthew got off to a successful start, as he overcame German opponent Raphael Kandra 11-2, 11-6, 10-12, 11-1 in his opening match of the 2014 Qatar PSA World Championship in Doha.

Top Seed Gaultier survives World Championship opener!

"I felt off and things were not working, but it's better to play like that early and still go through because as long as I win I don't care”, said Gaultier after his 5 games opener.
French World No.2 and number one seed Greg Gaultier avoided an early out of the 2014 Qatar PSA World Championships, coming back from 2 games down to get past his opponent, Egyptian qualifier Andrew Wagih Shoukry.

PSA World Championship makes US Debut in 2015!

"We are looking forward to working closely with all our partners over the coming year in preparation for what I am sure will be an exciting and demanding competition," said PSA CEO Alex Gough
The 2015 PSA World Squash Championship will take place in the American city of Bellevue, Washington, on the edge of Lake Washington, in November 2015.

AJ Bell World Championship draw!

“It means everything to me,” said the British Under 23 champion Ben Coleman (le). “It’s my ambition to be one of the best squash players in the world so there’s no better way than to play the best.
Title-holder Ramy Ashour is on a semi-final collision course with Britain's two-time champion Nick Matthew after the draw for the $275,000 AJ Bell PSA World Squash Championship in Manchester has been made. England's Ben Coleman (le), the winner of the Wild Card event, didn't get his wish to meet Egypt's four-time champion Amr Shabana debut.
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