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Matthew and Rösner in Canary Wharf final!

Three times World Champion Nick Matthew (ri) was in full control of cpmpatriot Daryl Selby (le) to reach his 5th Canary Wharf final (pic: Steve Line).
Defending champion Nick Matthew moved into the final of the 2015 Canary Wharf Classic, keeping alive his hopes of winning the title for a record 5th time, with a commanding 3:0 win over compatriot Daryl Selby at London's East Wintergarden.

Germany’s Rösner spoils English London party!

"Obviously I'm very happy to be in the semi-finals here for the very first time and it feels amazing to get my first win over James," said Simon Rösner.
German World No.9 Simon Rösner prevented the semi-finals of the Canary Wharf Classic from being an all-English affair for the 1st time in the tournament's history with a straight forward 3-0 victory over former World No.1 James Willstrop at London's East Wintergarden.

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.

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.

Top seeds into 2nd round in New York!

"Stephen is a top quality player and we've had some very tough battles in the past so I'm just really pleased to get through and win", Rosner said after the match (pic: Steve Line)
All top 8 seeds have moved passed their opponents in the 1st round of the Tournament of Champions at New York’s Grand Central Station. German No.8 seed Simon Rösner (ri) faced the biggest problems as he needed 4 very intense games and 87 minutes of duration, to shake of South African fellow Stephen Coppinger (le).

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.

Rosner replaces Darwish in World Series Finals!

Simon Rosner (front) beats Karim Darwish (back) in the pool matches of last year’s World Series Finals at Quenn’s Club in London (pic: Jordan Mansfield).
German 8 times national champion Simon Rosner (front) has replaced Karim Darwish (back) in the upcoming World Series Finals after the Egyptian was forced to withdraw from the event due to an ankle injury.
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