Zurich

Shabana shakes off Momen in Zurich!

"I know I was a bit fortunate with a couple of matches - playing my opponents who had gruelling monster matches the day before - but I still had to seize my opportunities”, the Amr Shabana said (pic: Helen Ree).
Amr Shabana (le) outlasted young compatriot Tarek Momen (ri) in 5 games in the all-Egyptian final of the Grasshopper Cup in the Swiss city of Zurich.

Top seeds downed to set up all-Egyptian Zurich final!

"I knew that recently I found a way to be more patient but I haven't been consistent with it but so far in this tournament I kept my cool and calm and I've been very patient", said Momen. (pic: Helen Ree )
After despatching the top 2 seeds in contrasting semi-finals, Amr Shabana and Tarek Momen will contest the 1st all-Egyptian final of the Grasshopper Cup in Zurich, Switzerland.

England Rule In European Junior Championships In Zurich!

On top of the podium: The English winners Victoria Temple Murray and Olivier Holland who have been successful in the finals in Zurich
After winning both individual titles in the European Junior U19 Squash Championships in Switzerland, favourites England went on to claim the team title in impressive style at the Tennis & Squash Center Sihltal in the country's largest city Zurich.

Selby denies home hero Mueller Grasshopper glory!

Daryl Selby (ENG) beat Nicolas Mueller (SUI) 12-10, 11-7, 8-11, 11-4 in the final of the Grasshopper Cup 2012 to take the 11th title of his career (photo: Helen Ree)
England's Daryl Selby (ri) denied Nicolas Mueller (le) the chance to become the 1st local winner of the Grasshopper Cup in the 33-year history of the event when he beat the Swiss No1 in the final in Zurich. And by doing so - in the ...

Top four in Zurich semis!

Nicolas Mueller (SUI) secured home interest as he beat Omar Abdel Meguid (EGY) 11-5, 11-7, 11-3 to reach the semis of the Grasshopper Cup in Zurci (photo: Helen Ree)
All 4 seeds scored straightforward straight games wins in the Grasshopper Cup in Switzerland to set up the predicted semi-finals in Zurich. Egypt's Karim Abdel Gawad, at 20 the youngest of the 4, swiftly despatched newly-crowned Danish champion ...