Ramy Ashour

Ramy Ashour takes World Series Finals title for the 2nd time

"Everyone would love to win this event and I really pushed myself and focused from the 1st point of the week until the last point of the week which gives me a lot of confidence mentally," said Ashour (pic: Mick Anders).
Egypt's World No3 Ramy Ashour celebrated his 50th appearance in a PSA World Tour final in sensational style, beating compatriot Mohamed El Shorbagy in an electrifying climax of the World Series Finals in Richmond, Virginia, to claim the flagship title for a 2nd time after 2007.

Massaro and Gaultier taking Windy City titles!

It was the 1st time Englishwoman Laura Massaro and Frenchman Greg Gaultier presenting the trophy together at a World Series Event. Time will show if they are able to repeat it (pic: Marian Kraus).
England's Laura Massaro and France’s Gregory Gaultier, both World No2, taking the 2014 Windy City Open titles in Chicago in contrasting styles.

Ashour and Gaultier to contest Chicago final!

The Windy City semi-final between Ramy Ashour and Nick Matthew was an entertaining encounter for just more than 2 games, as Matthew was suffering from a back injury (pic: Marian Kraus).
Ramy Ashour and Greg Gaultier, the world No3 from Egypt and world No2 from France, respectively, are set to renew their long-standing rivalry in the final of the 2014 Windy City Open Chicago.

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.

Ramy out of Tournament of Champions!

"It really saddens me not to play the spectacular Tournament of Champions event this year. I wish the rest of the players a great event”, Ramy Ashour (le) said
Defending champion Ramy Ashour (le), the world No3 from Egypt, has withdrawn from the 2014 JP Morgan Tournament of Champions, the iconic PSA event which will take place at New York's famous Grand Central Terminal from January 17-24.

Nick Matthew back on top of the World!

"2013 was very special. Winning the World Championship in Manchester was amazing and winning in Hong Kong after so many years of trying was a great way to end the year," Nick Matthew said.
2013 World Champion Nick Matthew overtook Egypt's Ramy Ashour and Frenchman Greg Gaultier to top the 1st PSA Men's World Squash Rankings of 2014.

Matthew through to the final!

"I feel a bit flat right now and my thoughts are with him (Ramy) and with the crowd and with everyone else really," said Matthew, now in his third world championship final since 2010.
England's Nick Matthew (ri) is through to his 3rd World Championship final in 4 years after his much-anticipated clash with defending champion Ramy Ashour (le) was cut short through injury.
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