Natalie Grinham

Serme and Tuominen take European titles!

Upsets in both finals of the European Individual Championships in Finland led to Olli Tuominen (le) and Camille Serme winning the titles for the 1st time - local hero Tuominen delighting the crowd at the Talihalli in Helsinki by becoming the 1st Finn ...

European Individuals suffering from absence of stars!

After this year’s lack of stars as no European player out of the world’s top 18, Germany’s Simon Rosner was top seeded. But in the semi-finals pushed Finnish home hopes as Olli Tuominen (pic) beat Rosner 11-9, 6-11, 11-3, 11-4 ...

Grinham takes maiden ToC title!

In the women’s Tournament of Champions final squash mom Natalie Grinham (pic ri) taught her 13-years-younger opponent Dipika Pallikal (pic le) a lesson about court coverage and strength. The 33-year-old, who has played under the Dutch flag ...

Pallikal and Grinham contest for ToC crown!

The women’s ToC final will be a test of experience versus youth as 33-year-old Natalie Grinham and 20-year-old Dipika Pallikal play for the title. Experience carried the day – just barely – in Grinham’s semifinal match against 16-year-old ...

Semis in Grand Central Station!

Shortly the semi-final action in Grand Central Station of New York will start. Women and men will find their 2 players for the great final of the Tournament of Champions. And it might be Frenchman Greg Gaultier (pic le) again ...

Pallikal downs Urquhart in ToC quarters!

The quarter final round gave audiences at Grand Central Station surprising result of the WSA Tournament of Champions, as New Zealand’s Jaclyn Hawkes ended hopes of an all-Grinham final after beating the elder sister Rachael in 3 games ...

David aims for World Open crown No6!

Dutch hopes have been destroyed by Nicol David (pic le) as the Malaysian overcame Natalie Grinham (NED) in straight games 11-9, 11-4, 11-6 to reach her 6th World Open final in 7 years. The World No1 has now the chance to take her 6th title ...

Grinham pleased Dutch crowd!

As 12th seed Natalie Grinham (pic re) is the only player who kept Dutch home hopes alive, the crowed at the Luxor Theatre was very pleased with the way Grinham saw off her Malaysian opponent Low Wee Wern (pic le) in straight games (11-7, 11-7, 11-5) ...
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