Men’s World Team Championships

England are the new Champions of the World!

England's World Champions: Daryl Selby, Nick Matthew, James Willstrop and Adrian Grant (f.l.t.r., photo: Steve Cubbins)
The final of the Men's World Team Championships went into the decider as Englands Daryl Selby scored in the 1st match and Egypts Ramy Ashour leveled in the 2nd.

France takes bronze medal!

The French team celebrates the win over Australia, after Greg Gaultier beat Gregory Cameron Pilley 11-9, 11-4, 11-4 to take the 2-0 lead and the victory.
The French team managed to get a good end by taking the bronze medal by beating Australia. After Greg Gaultier secured the victory his team was selebrating on the glass court ...

England made the final!

After England's Nick Matthew won the epic battle against French Greg Gaultier, James Willstrop was able to close it by beating Thierry Lincou
England made their way into the final as Nick Matthew and James Willstrop scored magnificent wins against Greg Gaultier and Thierry Lincou.

Titleholder Egypt is the 1st finalist!

Egypt's Tarek Momen beat Australia's Ryan Cuskelly 3-11, 11-6, 11-5, 7-11, 11-5 to give his team the 1-0 lead
Titleholder Egypt is the 1st finalist of the Men's Team Championships in Mulhouse as they beat Australia in a very tense match to reach the final for the 3rd time in a row.

Top 4 Nations reach World Semis!

Who will be the next World Team Champion? Can Egypt make it 3 in a row? Will host France use the home advantage? Is England strong enough to make it again?
Egypt, England, Australia and hosts France will contest the semi-finals of the Men's World Team Championship for the 4th time in a row after surging through the quarter-finals of the biennial event being staged in France for the first time in its 46-year history.

South Africa and Germany storm into top 8!

"It's really difficult when you're out of the main group and we had to beat those Finnish guys - they don't just give you the games”, South Africa coach Richard Castle concluded
South Africa and Germany reclaimed their status as World top 8 nations after storming through the last 16 round of the Men's World Team Squash Championship in Mulhouse.

Canada won crucial clash!

"Big match? 'Big' is not the word. That was a huge one for us and Dane did a great job to beat Bernardo", said Canadian team coach Yvon Provencal (photo: Steve Cubbins)
A crucial match in final qualifying rounds of the Men's World Team Squash Championship in France - the outcome of which would either have put one nation into the world top 16 for the 1st time ever or another out of the elite group for the 1st time in 21 appearances - saw Canada edge past Colombia 2/1 to maintain top 16 status since 1971.

Botswana boast breakthrough!

Alister Walker, who developed his squash 1st in England, then in the US, added: "I used to play in juniors with most of the team so we get on very well." (photo Steve Cubbins)
"Our first championship - and our first win," exclaimed the exuberant Botswana No1 Alister Walker as he stepped off the court after winning the decider against Poland on the 2nd day of qualifying in the WSF Men's World Team Squash Championship in France.
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