Nick Matthew

PSA World Championship makes US Debut in 2015!

"We are looking forward to working closely with all our partners over the coming year in preparation for what I am sure will be an exciting and demanding competition," said PSA CEO Alex Gough
The 2015 PSA World Squash Championship will take place in the American city of Bellevue, Washington, on the edge of Lake Washington, in November 2015.

Greg Gaultier takes his 2nd British Open title!

"To win this title is an unbelievable feeling. You dream of these moments when you are a child and you work so hard for them so to see them come true is amazing," said Gaultier (pic: Steve Cubbins)
Greg Gaultier made it his double triumph, after taking the British Open title in 2007 the 1st time as he outplayed World Champion Nick Matthew with a superb performance 11-3, 11-6, 11-2 in 45minutes of play. The Englishman, three times a champion, simply couldn't get a foothold in the match as Gaultier raced to an early lead and never let the momentum slip.

Matthew to be 1st men’s finalist in Hull!

"The pace throughout the match today was relentless and I felt like I was running on fumes at the end," said Matthew, who's aiming for British Open title number 4 (pic: Steve Cubbins)
World No2 Nick Matthew had the better end in an epic 104-minutes battle, as he came back from 1:2 games and 1-5 down in the 4th game to overcome the 10 years younger Egyptian World No3 Mohamed El Shorbagy 4-11, 14-12, 3-11, 11-7, 11-8.

Matthew beats Gaultier to take KPMG Grand Slam Cup!

At the trophy presentation, Matthew joked: "I'm pleased to go from last place last year to 1st place in the space of a year - that's how much I've improved! (pic: Jordan Mansfield)
England's Nick Matthew took the 2nd chance to win the KPMG Grand Slam Cup in Frankfurt. In a star studded field the 3 times World Champion had the better end against French World No1 Greg Gaulier to win 11-4, 3-11, 3-2 (23m) in the shot-out format.

One night in Frankfurt!

Five of the world's best players - one iconic venue with a stunning ASB ShowGlassCourt - hundreds of squash fans will be happy ...
The KPMG Grand Slam Cup, the unique “One Night Only” event is back at THE SQUAIRE, an architectural icon 5 minutes walking distance beside Terminal 1 of Frankfurt’s international airport, where the organizers put up a stunning ASB ShowCourt for the spectacle.

Ashour overcomes Willstrop in thriller!

"Playing James is never easy," said Ramy Ashour. "When you play such an accurate player you have to be 100 per cent. Today James was playing some immaculate squash (pic: Marian Kraus)."
Egypt's two-time World Champion Ramy Ashour (le) was back to his sublime best at the 2014 Windy City Open when he came through an enthralling 76-minute quarter-final encounter against England's James Willstrop (ri) in 4 games (8-11, 11-8, 11-8, 11-8).

Matthew takes Swedish Open title!

"I'm proud to be Swedish Open Champion. It was one of the toughest matches I ever played - it tested everything; Physical, Mental, Technical & Tactical," said Matthew.
England's Nick Matthew (ri) regained exclusive rights to next month's World No.1 Squash Ranking after securing a dramatic 5-game victory over Ramy Ashour (le) in the final of the Case Swedish Open in Linköping.

Shabana outs Matthew in ToC quarter-final!

Amr Shabana (le) is enjoying his 14th appearance in the ToC since making his debut in 1999, as the maestro won the title in 2006 and 2007 (pic: Steve Line).
Egypt's 4-time World Champion Amr Shabana (le) pulled off a major upset in the JP Morgan Tournament of Champions when he beat England’s 3-time World Champion and World No1 Nick Matthew (ri) in a thrilling 5-game quarter-final in New York.
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