World Series

Ramy Ashour to take El Gouna victory!

Ramy Ashour saved 4 matchballs against Mohamed Elshorbagy to take the El Gouna title for the 3rd time  (pic: Steve Cubbins).
In an all-Egyptian epic battle, defending champion Ramy Ashour beat compatriot Mohamed Elshorbagy 11-9, 11-6, 4-11, 10-12, 12-10 to take the El Gouna title again – now for the 3rd time.

English quartet in El Gouna quarters!

"I had really tough hard-fought match yesterday against Nicolas Mueller and today was another really tough match," said Daryl Selby (pic: Steve Cubbins).
Daryl Selby (le) was the star of an English quartet which marched into the quarter-finals of the 2015 El Gouna International. Selby, ranked 15 in the World, showed incredible fighting spirit and desire to get the better of World No.5 Miguel Angel Rodriguez (ri) in 5 thrilling games (11-8, 9-11, 11-13, 11-9, 11-4).

Simpson made 2nd round as Shabana got injured!

"After the second game I thought that was going to be one of my worst ever defeats to him. But I'm not sure what even happened after that," said Chris Simpson (pic: Steve Cubbins).
Egypt's 4-time World Champion Amr Shabana suffered a shock 1st round exit during the 2nd day of action at the 2015 El Gouna International, falling to England's unseeded Chris Simpson. The former World No.1 had cruised to an early 2-game lead against Simpson, ranked 22 in the World, and looked all was prepared for a straightforward victory. But the 34-year-old from Cairo got problems with his back and Simpson levelled the match to finally take the surprising 5-11, 7-11, 11-5, 11-4, 11-5 triumph.

Hesham and Ghosal stun seeds in El Gouna!

Mazen Hesham's win over higher seed Simon Rösner has been the biggest victory of the 21-year-old Egyptian so far (pic: Steve Cubbins).
Egyptian qualifier Mazen Hesham (le) delighted the home crowd at the 2015 El Gouna International, with a stunning 3/1 win over World No.10 Simon Rösner (ri) during the opening day of action at the Red Sea resort. Hesham, the unpredictable World No.30 out-gunned Rösner from the start, executing an array of incredible winners to deny the powerful man from Germany to take a 12-10, 11-7, 11-13, 11-7 victory.

World Series Finals from London to Richmond!

With two titles (2013, 2012) and 2 final appearances (2011, 2008), Amr Shabana will be, beside Greg Gaultier (also 2 and 2), the most successful World Series Finals participants in 2014.
After the Professional Squash Association (PSA) has postponed, the 2013 World Series Finals, now they have announced that it will take place in Richmond, Virginia, USA, from 15-19 March 2014, 1st time ever held on American soil.

Ramy Ashour takes Kuwait title!

Kuwait winner Ramy Ashour kissing the floor after taking the title of last year's winner James Willstrop
The unstoppable world number one Ramy Ashour celebrated his tenth successive PSA World Tour squash final in sensational style in Kuwait when he beat defending champion James Willstrop in 4 games to take the Kuwait PSA Cup title.

Ashour takes 2nd Richmond Title!

Ramy Ashour (ri) stayed strong to take his 2nd North American Open title as Nick Matthew (le) tried everything in the book to take his 3rd (photo: Dan Bogosh)
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.

Amr Shabana retains World Series title!

"It's an amazing feeling to win here again. I've been playing this tournament for ten years and I love it", said Amr Shabana (ri) (photo: Jordan Mansfield).
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 ...
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