Nicol David

David, Massaro and Welily in from at ToC!

“It’s great to be back here in New York in what is one of the most amazing places in the world to play squash,” said Nicol David.
On the opening day of Women’s action at the 2016 J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions, which for the 1st time in tournament history is offering equal prize money across both the Men’s and Women’s draws, title favourites Nicol David, Laura Massaro and Raneem El Welily, the defending champion, signalled their intentions to triumph on the sport’s grandest stage with a trio of dominant first round performances.

El Welily Downs David – Matthew stops Shorbagy!

“I guess I’m in the twilight of my career – the end is closer than the beginning – but I managed to take my change tonight against someone who has been in incredible form recently", Matthew said (pic Marian Kraus)
Egypt's world No.2 Raneem El Welily claimed the biggest WSA World Tour squash title of her career when she upset Malaysian favourite Nicol David 14-16, 12-10, 11-7, 11-7 in the final of the Windy City Open in Chicago.

David and El Welily in Windy City climax!

Raneem El Welily (le) made her 24th WSA Tour final, after defeating French star Camille Serme at the Windy City Open (pic: Jordan Mansfield)
The world's top 2 squash players will contest the women’s final of the Windy City Open after Malaysia's World No.1 Nicol David and Egypt's Raneem El Welily (le), the World No.2, prevailed in contrasting semi-finals in Chicago.

El Tayeb downs Sherbini in Windy quarters!

"Nour and I are very good friends, we are even sharing a room here at this tournament, so we'll put the match behind us now and go out for some food," El Tayeb said (pic: Marian Kraus).
Egypt's Nour El Tayeb (ri) was able to produce the biggest upset in the women’s quarter-finals of the Windy City Open when she downed compatriot Nour El Sherbini (le), the World No.4 in straight games in Chicago, USA.

David and Elshorbagy are U.S. Open Champions 2014!

Mohamed Elshorbagy wins the U.S. Open for the 1st time as Nicol David won her 3rd consecutive U.S. Open title (pic: Steve Cubbins)
Women's World No1 Nicol David from Malaysia and men's new World No1 (Novemver rankings) Mohamed El Shorbagy from Egypt took the U.S. Open title in style.

David and Al Muzayen taking Asian Games Gold!

"I'm literally speechless! Over the moon with my win today over Saurav and winning my first ever gold ...", Al Muzayen tweeted afterwards.
While Malaysia's Nicol David celebrated her 4th Squash gold medal in the 17th Asian Games in the Republic of Korea, it was a historic 1st gold for Kuwait when underdog Abdullah Al Muzayen (together with Kuwait coach Nasser Zahran) recovered from 0/2 down to beat top seed Saurav Ghosal in the men's final in Incheon.

Nicol David makes it five!

"I was playing for my life out there. It felt great to come out on the winning end knowing that all the hard work that you put in does pay off", 5 times champion David concluded (pic: Steve Cubbins)
Nicol David took back the British Open title, avenging last year's final defeat by Laura Massaro to make it 5 times the World No1 held the famous trophy in her hands.

David secures chance for 5th British Open title!

"It's a repeat of the final last year, but I don't think we'll be doing anything differently we're going to be playing our best squash and you should expect a good battle", David said (pic: Steve Cubbins).
After sharing the 1st 2 games World No1 Nicol David (ri) from was able raising the pace to overcome England's Alison Waters (le) 8-11, 11-5, 11-4, 11-2 in 43 minutes.
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