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The Women`s World Open squash championships will not be held this year for the first time since the introduction of the event in 1991. After much speculation on the absence of World Open on the 2013 calendar, the Women`s Squash Association (WSA) has
Brilliant Ashour seeks to rescue his career Monday, 04 November 2013 Ramy Ashour kisses the winner's trophy after beating Mohamed El Shorbagy to win the PSA World Championship title in Doha in this December 2012 file photo. United Kingdom: Ramy
Ramy Ashour lost his world title and saw his unbeaten 53-match sequence halted when a calf injury caused him to retire at one game all against Nick Matthew in the semifinals of the World Championships. The sport's most brilliant player and most
Mohamed El Shorbagy, the young Egyptian who caused a World Championship upset in the 2012 semi-finals, pulled another surprise out of the hat in this year's quarter-finals on Friday. El Shorbagy did that by beating James Willstrop, the third-seeded
World champion Ramy Ashour admitted that he had to overcome an injury as well as a history-making opponent before reaching the semi-finals in defense of his title on Thursday. The Egyptian hinted that he was happy to have played at all after winning
Nick Matthew reaches semi-finals Nick Matthew produced a slick display to beat four-time champion Amr Shabana and reach the semi-finals of the World Squash Championship in Manchester. The Englishman, 33, won 11-8 11-4 11-7 to set up a clash with
Peter Ebdon beats Neil Robertson at International Open in China "I've already had a few messages from people back in the UK saying I look better when I'm getting on with it...Robertson said: "I guess it's a shame I didn't get to play Ding in the
28 Philadelphia: Malaysia`s Nicol David is seeded to become the first player for more than 20 years to successfully defend the Women`s Delaware Investments US Open title when the Women`s Squash Association (WSA) World Series Platinum event gets
Malaysia`s World No.1 Nicol David ended unseeded French star Camille Serme`s giant-killing run in the final of the Carol Weymuller Open in New York to win the Women`s Squash Association Gold 50 event at The Heights Casino in Brooklyn here.
India`s Saurav Ghosal, who recorded a career-high ranking of 17 in October, has reached the quarter-finals of the Financiere Banque Nationale Montreal Open, a PSA World Tour International 35 squash event here.