Nick Matthew

Elshorbagy Brothers to meet in Windy City semis!

“Mohamed and I have never played each other in such a big match before so to compete against each other on this stage will be amazing”, Marwan said after his quarter-finals victory over Karim Abdel Gawad (pic: PSA).
World No.1 Mohamed Elshorbagy, the 24-year-old Egyptian, will take on younger brother Marwan, the 21-year-old World No.14, for a place in the final of the 2015 Windy City Open in Chicago.

Matthew record-breaking No7 – Perry for the first time!

Sarah-Jane Perry took the British National title for the first time, while Nick Matthew made it for a record-breaking No7 title (pic: Steve Cubbins)
Records tumbled at the British National Squash Championships when World No3 Nick Matthew beat England team-mate Daryl Selby in the men's final in Manchester.

Magnificent Matthew takes Swedish Open title!

It's a great venue and the people here are knowledgeable and really appreciate what we do so when you're in this surrounding you always play at you best," said Matthew (pic: Sofia Tapola).
England's 34-year-old Nick Matthew (ri), the current World No.3, beating the 32-year-old Greg Gaultier (le), the World No.2 from France, in the final of the 2015 CASE Swedish Open to retain his 2014 title.

Coppinger halts Willstrop comeback!

"We all know that James is an outstanding squash player but he had quite a slow start today and only found his rhythm after a while," said Coppinger (pic: Sofia Tapola).
South African Stephen Coppinger (le), the 30-year-old World No.16, ended the return to action of England's James Willstrop (ri) during the quarter-finals of the 2015 CASE Swedish Open, taking out the former World No.1 (11-7, 11-9, 11-13, 11-7) to book his place in the semis.

El Welily and Elshorbagy secured Egyptian double at NYC!

Raneem El Welily and Mohamed Elshorbagy, both won the Tournament of Champions title the 1st time after both lost in World Championship finals even though both had match balls (pic: Steve Line).
26-year-old Raneem El Welily and Egyptian 24-year-old compatriot Mohamed Elshorbagy completed a memorable night for Egyptian squash in the J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions.

Elshorbagy eliminates champion Shabana in TOC semi!

"When you play against Amr you have to accept that he will make you look like an idiot on court at times. You can never look good when you play him because he is the most talented player on tour”, said Elshorbagy (pic: Steve Line)
Egypt's world No.1 Mohamed Elshorbagy ended hopes of Amr Shabana retaining his J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions title with an impressive 3:2 victory over his 35-year-old fellow countryman. It was one of the most impressive matches ever seen at Grand Central Terminal in the competition's 18-year association with the iconic New York venue.

Rodriguez rocks Gaultier at Grand Central!

"I was ready to play against Greg tonight and the strategy that I prepared with my coach David (Palmer) paid off”, Rodriguez said (pic: Steve Line)
After beating world No.6 Peter Barker in a 120-minute encounter in the 2nd round, Colombia's Miguel Angel Rodriguez pulled off the biggest victory of his career, with a thrilling 3:2 victory over French World No.2 Greg Gaultier in the quarter-finals of the 2015 J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions in New York.

Shabana to defend Tournament of Champions title!

"Playing the TOC in Grand Central is a great experience. I am always excited to step onto the court for this event because there's always a huge number of people", Amr Shabana (ri) said.
Four-time World Champion Amr Shabana (ri) says he is relishing the prospect of returning to New York for the 2015 J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions to defend his last year’s title at Grand Central Terminal.
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