Mexico

Mohamed won brother fight to take Mexico Title!

Mohamed Elshorbagy won his 11th PSA Tour event as he reached the 21st final in his career (pic: Steve Cubbins)
23-year-old World No.3 Mohamed Elshorbagy felt no mercy with his 2 years younger brother, when he beat Marwan in the final of the Mexican Open in straight games (11-3, 11-3, 11-2) by dropping only 8 points.

The Elshorbagy rules in Mexico!

"The Elshorbagy rules in Mexico", the world No3 and elder Shorbagy brother Mohamed twittered after him and Marwan reaching the Mexican Open final.
It's an all-Shorbagy final at the Mexican Open, as Mohamed Elshorbagy (ri) overcame egyptian compatriot Omar Mosaad (11-7, 11-6, 9-11, 8-2 ret.) and younger brother Marwan (le) ended Mexican final hopes of Cesar Salazar (12-10, 2-11, 11-7, 11-7), who came with the wild card into the main draw.

Greg Gaultier retains Mexico title!

"It was long and a tough game - both gave everything," said champion Gaultier, now with 24 PSA titles to his name. "Mohamed was always ahead in the match but I managed to come back to win 3/2.
France's World No2 Greg Gaultier survived 'one of the toughest matches I ever played' to beat Mohamed Elshorbagy and retain the Abierto Mexicano de Raquetas title at Alameda Park in Toluca, Mexico.

Champion Gaultier Draws Karwalski In Toluca!

The French World No2 Greg Gaultier wants to retain his Mexican title from last year where he beat Omar Mosaad in the final.
France's world No2 Greg Gaultier will begin his defence of the Abierto Mexicano de Raquetas title in Mexico against Matthew Karwalski following the Australian's success in the qualifying finals of the PSA World Tour International 70 squash event in Toluca.

Gaultier grabs quick victory in Mexico!

After taking the NetSuite Open title in San Francisco two weeks ago, Frenchman Greg Gaultier (le) was able to grab the next title as he beat Omar Mosaad (ri) in the Mexico final
Gaultier grabs quick victory in Mexico! Frenchman Greg Gaultier (le) took the 22nd PSA World Tour squash title of his career at the inaugural Abierto Mexicano de Raquetas - but the Frenchman's 21-minute victory over world No11 Omar Mosaad ...

Teran comeback seals her biggest title!

Samantha Teran (pic) won her 13th title, which is the biggest of her career, when she took the Veracruz International in Mexico. Teran, the 30-years-old from Mexico City, delighted the home fans when she staged a magnificent comeback to outlast top see...

Eric Galvez grabs biggest title in Veracruz!

Eric Galvez (pic) made a powerful bid to reclaim the title as Mexico's number one squash player after beating his country's top two players on home soil to win the Veracruz International. The unseeded world No 103 (former No33 and highest-ranked Mexica...

Mexicans dominate quarters in Veracruz!

There will be home interest in all of the quarter-finals in the inaugural Veracruz International after victories by 4 Mexicans in the opening round in Veracruz. 2nd seed Arturo Salazar (pic le) led the home charge with an 11-4, 11-4, 11-6 victory over ...
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