Nick Matthew

England takes Showdown victory over Egypt!

Down 0-2 in matches at the break, England’s squash heroes Nick Matthew and James Willstrop rallied past Amr Shabana and Mohamed El Shorbagy of Egypt in the 2nd half to win Showdown at Symphony IV in Boston by one point. Every match went the distance in the shortened game format of the 4th annual World Champions Challenge in Boston's venerable Symphony Hall.

Squash still has a great future!

Despite being 'devastated' by the IOC decision to choose wrestling ahead of Squash as the 'new' sport to join the 2020 Olympic Games many squash fans, players and officials are convinced that squash has a 'great future'.

KPMG Grand Slam Cup debuts in Frankfurt!

4 of the leading squash players in the world will come together to compete for the inaugural KPMG Grand Slam Cup in Frankfurt, Germany, on 8 May 2013. The innovative one-night squash spectacular will feature Egypt's current World No1, reigning World Champion and recent 2013 Tournament of Champions winner Ramy Ashour, together with England's 2011 World No1 and World Champion Nick Matthew, plus France's 2009 World No1 and 2013 Swedish Open Champion Gregory Gaultier.

Ashour takes 2nd Richmond Title!

Egyptian World No1 Ramy Ashour mastered the tenacious challenge of England's Nick Matthew to win the Davenport North American Open for the 2nd time after 2009. Ashour, appearing in his fifth consecutive final of the PSA World Series squash event, continued his long unbeaten run to take the 11-7, 11-8, 5-11, 11-7 victory after 65 minutes of high class entertaining squash.

Gaultier retains Swedish Open Title!

A scintillating performance by Gregory Gaultier (le) in the final of the Case Swedish Open saw the Frenchman beat England's world No2 Nick Matthew (ri) in straight games to retain the Swedish Open title in Linköping, Sweden.

Amr Shabana on fire at Queen’s!

This is a MUST: Any squash fan will love that as Amr Shabana is on fire and showing his brilliancy. Nick Matthew played well but there was alsmost nothing to do against the maestro this time ...Squash : ATCO PSA 2012 World Series Finals - Final Roundup...

Amr Shabana retains World Series title!

Despite beginning his 19th year as a professional squash player, 33-year-old Amr Shabana proved that he is still the one to beat when he recovered from a game down to defeat England's World No2 Nick Matthew ...

No events – good time for practicing yourself!

No events at the moment - good time for practicing yourself: View the Double World Champion Nick Matthew who explains how to hit the forehand volley drop ...Nick Matthew - Forehand Volley Dropwww.youtube.com
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