Willstrop Tops PSA World Series Standings
Success in Saturday's final of the Davenport North American Open in Virginia has taken England's James Willstrop to the top of the latest Dunlop PSA World Series Standings.
King James Rules In Richmond
England's James Willstrop produced a tactical master-class to subdue Egypt's fiery entertainer Ramy Ashour to win the Davenport North American Open squash title at the Westwood Club in Richmond, Virginia.
Rocket Man Ramy Roars Into Richmond Final
Egyptian squash genius Ramy Ashour showed he is back on top form by crushing world champion Nick Matthew to reach the final of the Davenport North American Open in Richmond, Virginia.
Willstrop Back On Top As Injured Shabana Quits
England's James Willstrop will return to the top of the PSA world rankings in March after reaching the semi-finals of the Davenport North American Open in Richmond, Virginia.
Rosner Makes Maiden World Series Quarter-Finals In Richmond
Rising German squash star Simon Rosner celebrated his first appearance in the quarter-finals of a PSA World Series event after beating world No16 Alister Walker in the second round of the Davenport North American Open at the Westwood Club in Richmond, Virginia.
World Champion Matthew Survives Richmond Scare
Reigning champion Nick Matthew survived a first round scare in the first round of the Davenport North American Open before beating Colombian outsider Miguel Angel Rodriguez to progress in the second PSA World Series squash event of the year at the Westwood Club in Richmond, Virginia.
Favourite Willstrop Makes Rapid Start In Richmond
Top seed James Willstrop made a lightning start in the Davenport North American Open, beating rising Swiss star Nicolas Mueller in straight games in the first round of the second PSA World Series event of the year at the Westwood Club in Richmond, Virginia.
Frost Makes The Move In Belgium
Denmark's top seed Kristian Frost Olesen marked up the third PSA World Tour title success of his career at The Move Open, the inaugural PSA Challenger 5 squash event at Sportcenter the Move in Torhout, Belgium.
Eight For Ayton At Manchester Masters
Titles in the popular Masters events in the British National Squash Championships at the National Squash Centre in Manchester were spread throughout England, Scotland and Ireland - with English successes from Yorkshire, Derbyshire, Gloucestershire, Suffolk, Durham & Cleveland, Sussex, Nottinghamshire, Cheshire and the host county Lancashire.
Karwalski & Pett On Fire In Snow-Bound Virginia
The hottest place in Virginia, USA, on Sunday was the glass squash court in the Westwood Club in Richmond during the qualifying finals for the Davenport North American Open, the second PSA World Series event of the year.
Willstrop Is Top Seed In Richmond
James Willstrop, the Englishman who became world number one in January, is top seed in a PSA World Series event for the first time in his career at next week's North American Open, the second World Series event of the year at The Westwood Club in Richmond, Virginia, from 20-25 February.
Adnan Survives Brisbane Bruising
Top seed Mohd Nafiizwan Adnan claimed his anticipated place in the semi-finals of the Hibiscus Gardens Open in Australia - but the 25-year-old Malaysian was taken the full distance before overcoming local hope Jamie McErvale in a 59-minute marathon in the PSA World Tour Challenger 15 squash event at Hibiscus Gardens Squash Centre in Brisbane.
KEAN Squash Tour Bussum 10 maart
The KEAN Tour takes a break in February and kicks off again on the 10th of March in Bussum Squash & Wellness. We hope that everyone has by then rested up well after the NK and look forward to trying to snap up a KEAN event title in Bussum.
Nick Matthew & Laura Massaro Win National Titles
Nick Matthew prevailed in the historic men's British National Championship final between the top two players in the world when he beat fellow Yorkshireman James Willstrop in an 81-minute display of dazzling world class squash at the National Squash Centre in Manchester.
Matthew & Willstrop To Contest Historic Nationals Final
A hard-fought victory by world number one Nick Matthew over defending champion Daryl Selby in tonight's semi-finals of the British National Squash Championships at the National Squash Centre in Manchester has set up the first ever domestic final between the top two players in the world.