Men’s World Open

Ashour took World Championship title in style!

Ashour took World Champion title in style! In the all-Egyptian final affair the more experienced Ramy Ashour beat his compatriot Mohamed El Shorbagy 2-11, 11-6, 11-5, 9-11, 11-8 in a thrilling 90 minutes match. After 2008 it’s the 2nd World Champion...

Ashour dethrones Matthew in Doha!

Ashour dethrones Matthew in Doha! The 2nd semi-final - also an England v Egypt affair – showed Ramy Ashour (ri), champion in 2008 and runner-up in 2009 and defending champion since 2010 Nick Matthew (le). After 4 tough games ...

Shorbagy downs Willstrop for World Championship final!

Shorbagy downs Willstrop for World Championship final! The first semi-final of the Qatar PSA World Championship in Doha was a brutal match as Mohamed El Shorbagy fought for 114 minutes to down No1 seed James Willstrop ...

El Shorbagy gate-crashes World semis in Doha!

El Shorbagy gate-crashes World semis in Doha! Egypt's 21-year-old Mohamed El Shorbagy (ri) - the youngest player in the world top 25 - upset 4th-seeded compatriot Karim Darwish (le) 11-9, 12-10, 11-9 to reach the World Championship semi-finals ...

Qatar to Host 2012 PSA World Championship!

The 2012 PSA World Squash Championship will be held in Doha in December, following an agreement reached between the Professional Squash Association and the Qatar Squash Federation. The $300,000 event, the second richest in the ...

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 retains World Open title!

In a 92 minutes encounter Englishman Nick Matthew (pic le) retained his World Open crown as he beat Frenchman Greg Gaultier in four very tough games 6-11, 11-9, 11-6, 11-5. Matthew is now the 1st player within 15 years who was ...

Gaultier made his third World Open final!

Greg Gaultier (pic le) presented himself in an impressive form, when he beat World No3 James Willstrop (pic ri) in straight games 11-6, 11-8, 11-4. In all 3 games Gaultier managed to stay on top and never let the Englishman into his rhythm ...
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