Frenchman Mathieu Castagnet became the first non-English winner of the iconic Canary Wharf Classic since 2006, when World Champion Thierry Lincou took the title. Castagnet came through a gruelling 83 minute battle with Egyptian Omar Mosaad to lift the Canary Wharf Classic trophy inside London's East Wintergarden.
“The biggest Final between England and Germany in London since 1966!”, said Canary Wharf MC Alan Thatcher about the final between England’s Nick Matthew (ri) and Simon Rösner (le) of Germany to make again an English effort to lift the unsuccessful English Football National Team, who won once by mistake, to the level of the actual World Champion.
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.
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.
German giant-killer Jens Schoor scored his 3rd upset in 4 days at The NASH Cup 2014 in Canada when he beat England's No4 seed Eddie Charlton to win the biggest PSA World Tour title of his career in London, Ontario.
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 ...