A star-studded field, boasting six World No.1’s, four World Champion and eight players from the current world’s top 10, will compete in the ROWE British Squash Grand Prix, to be staged in Manchester, England from the 15th to 20th September. England’s World No.1 Nick Matthew leads a high-quality international field including Egyptian’s Ramy Ashour (pic ri) and Amr Shabana, Frenchmen Gregory Gaultier and Thierry Lincou, and Australian David Palmer (pic le). With James Willstrop, Daryl Selby, Adrian Grant and Alister Walker 4 more English players complete the top 10.
Top stars to enter the ROWE British Grand Prix!
After world no.1 Nick Matthew consents, four more top players have confirmed their participation in the ROWE British Grand Prix in Manchester. The two Frenchman former world no.1 Greg Gaultier (pic ri) and World Champion 2004 Thierry Lincou plus the tw…
Matthew retains world No1 position!
Nick Matthew (pic), who last month became the 1st Englishman for 6 years to top the world rankings, retains his No 1 position in July. Matthew tops an almost unchanged top 20, ahead of Egyptians Ramy Ashour, Amr Shabana, Karim Darwish, Frenchman Gregor…
Thierry Lincou European Champion!
In the all-French final titleholder Thierry Lincou (pic right) managed to bring back all of Greg Gaultier’s (pic left) shots in the first game which additionally frustrated Gautier, while he was suffering at his injured ankle. Gaultier started the 2nd …
Alexander and Camilleri Victorian Champions!
Zac Alexander (pic) and Lisa Camilleri were forced to work hard for their victories in the finals of the Victorian Open in Melbourne. In the men’s final, top seed Alexander came back from one game down to beat Australian compatriot Matthew Karwalski (6…
The French men’s final is complete!
EICC: The French men’s final is complete. Titleholder Thierry Lincou just had some problems with the “Flying Finn” Olli Tuominen in the 1st game. After Lincou managed to win on extra points Tuominen was tarnished and Lincou finished in straight games (…