New York

Ashour and Willstrop make 1st semi-final in New York!

At yesterday’s 1st quarter-finals day top seed Egyptian Ramy Ashour (pic, front) overcame Australian veteran David Palmer (pic, back) after fighting back from 1 game down to win in four 9-11, 11-5, 11-6, 11-8. Ashour will meet Englishman James Willst...

Peter Barker just survived Hisham Ashour’s firework!

The last four 2nd round matches at Grand Central Station in New York have been contrasting, but the top-seeds came through in the end. Egyptian 4-times World Champion Amr Shabana had no worries whatsoever to beat English Daryl Selby in straight games (...

Top seeds eased through so far in Grand Central!

Four matches of round 2 of the Tournament of Champions which is held in New York’s Grand Central Station are played and the top-seed players more or less eased through. Only Egypt’s runner up of last Year Ramy Ashour droped the 1st game against Aus...

Mueller and Ashour against the odds!

In the bottom half of the 1st round at the Tournament of Champions the 2 qualifiers Egyptian Hisham Ashour and Swiss Nicolas Mueller (pic) overcame their opponents. While Ashour needed 5 games to out Australian Cameron Pilley 8-11, 11-7, 8-11, 14-12, 1...

Tournament of Champions starts soon!

The Tournament of Champions is not far away. To remind of last year's final - English James Willstrop beats Ramy Ashour from Egypt - there are some highlights from the final at New York Central Station. Squash TV | Home | Highlights | Highlights | New...

Tournament of Champions attracts World’s Top Players!

The world's best squash players have confirmed their entries in the JP Morgan Tournament of Champions, to be played at Grand Central Terminal in New York from 21-27 January 2011. The long-established event will be the first PSA World Series event of th...

Ashour beats Gaultier at the TOC!

As promised we offer you some more fantastic squash rallies. The actual one shows Ramy Ashour and Greg Gaultier in their 2010 Tournament of Champions quarter-final battle – Ashour finally won in five after 70 minutes. Enjoy it.R. Ashour v G. Gaultier...

Jenny Duncalf takes Carol Weymuller Open title!

World No2 Jenny Duncalf (pic) defended her Carol Weymuller Open title in some style, beating her England team-mate Laura Massaro in straight games (11-6, 11-1, 11-6) in the final in New York. Winner last year, Duncalf reached her 3rd New York final aft...
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