Qatar Classic

Massaro and Elshorbagy taking Qatar trophies!

It was England’s Laura Massaro and Egypt’s Mohamed Elshorbagy who have been successful in the finals of the Qatar Classic 2015 to take their big trophies at the winners presentation.

El Shorbagy wins 1st World Series Crown!

Egypt's Mohamed Elshorbagy, 11 years younger than World Champion Nick Matthew, produced an awesome performance against the higher-ranked Englishman in today's Qatar Classic final in Doha to win the 1st PSA World Series squash title of his young career.

El Shorbagy & Matthew to contest in Qatar climax!

After 2 straight games wins of Egypt's 5th seed Mohamed El Shorbagy (le) and 3rd-seeded Englishman Nick Matthew in the semi-finals of the Qatar Classic to meet in today’s Qatar climax in Doha.

Golan takes out Qatar Champion Gaultier!

Spaniard Borja Golan scored 1 of the biggest scalps of his career when he defeated top seed and defending champion Gregory Gaultier 7-11, 12-10, 11-6, 15-13 in the quarter-finals of the Qatar Classic in Doha.

Selby takes out Willstrop at Qatar Classic!

World No11 Daryl Selby toppled England team-mate James Willstrop in the 2nd round of the Qatar Classic to claim his 1st ever win (11-8, 11-5, 4-11, 9-11, 13-11) over the world No 3. "It's a big confidence-boost, especially coming off making the quarters of the worlds last week.

Top seed Gaultier marches on in Qatar!

After losing the final of the AJ Bell World Championship, Frenchman Greg Gaultier (le) shows strength in the 1st round of the Qatar Classic as he beat German World No12 Simon Rosner (ri) in straight games (11-9, 11-9, 11-3).

David and Gaultier took Qatar Classic crowns!

It was the No1 seed Nicol David (pic ri) from Malaysia who had the upper hand from the beginning of the women’s final. The World No1 never gave anything away to her Irish opponent Madeline Perry as David secured a 11-2, 11-7, 11-3 victory to retain h...

Willstrop to contest Gaultier in Qatar Classic final!

It was Frenchman Greg Gaultier (pic le) who stopped Karim Darwish’s (pic ri) ambitions retaining his Qatar Classic title, as Gaultier beat the Egyptian in straight games 11-8, 11-4, 11-1. World No6 Gaultier will meet English World No 4 James Willstro...