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USA’s Sobhy Stuns Defending Champion El Welily In Tournament of Champions Upset Team USA's 2015 triple-PanAm Games Gold medal winning hero Amanda Sobhy pulled off the biggest win of her career, and arguably one of the most significant triumphs in the history of US Squash, as she eliminated defending champion and World No.2 Raneem El Welily in the second round of the J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions
 
Galvez On A Roll In Charlotte Mexican veteran Eric Galvez won back-to-back PSA World Tour titles for the first time in his career when he beat England’s Lewis Walters in the final of the Charlotte Open, the inaugural PSA Challenger 5 squash event at Charlotte Squash Club in Charlotte in the US state of North Carolina.
 
World No.1 Narrowly Avoids First Round Exit In Chicago 24-year-old Egyptian World No.1 Mohamed Elshorbagy came within a whisker of suffering a shock first round exit during the opening day of action at the 2015 Windy City Open presented by Guggenheim Partners and EquiTrust Life Insurance Company in Chicago earlier today.
 
PSA Mourn Loss Of American Callahan The Professional Squash Association (PSA) have today paid tribute to former Princeton Men's squash coach, and one of the most influential figures in American squash, Bob Callahan, who tragically passed away on January 27, 2015 aged 59.
 
Magnificent Miguel Motors Past Gaultier In Manhattan Colombia's Miguel Angel Rodriguez pulled off the biggest victory of his career, reinforcing his credentials as a genuine top-ten player, with a dramatic and thrilling 3-2 victory over 2014 runner-up Gregory Gaultier in the quarter-finals of the 2015 J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions in New York today (Jan 21).
 
Nicol David Wins Historic US Open Hat-Trick Malaysian superstar Nicol David claimed the latest historic achievement in her illustrious squash career when she beat Egypt's Nour El Sherbini in the final of the Women's Delaware Investments US Open in Philadelphia to become the first player in the 60-year history of the championship to win the title three times in a row.
 
Elshorbagy Is US Open Champion and became #1 in the world ranking 23-year-old Egyptian Mohamed Elshorbagy, the powerhouse from Alexandria who will top the PSA World Rankings for the first time on November 1st, capped of the most successful week of his career by claiming the 2014 Delaware Investments US Open at Philadelphia's Drexel University.
 
Waters Wins Biggest Career Title At Carol Weymuller Open It was appropriately at Heights Casino in New York that England's Alison Waters recorded a new high in her illustrious squash career - winning the WSA Gold 50 Carol Weymuller Open to claim her 10th, but biggest, Tour title.
 
Grayson Grabs Las Vegas Jackpot New Zealand's Campbell Grayson survived a 95-minute Las Vegas Open final marathon to upset top seed Cesar Salazar and win the PSA Challenger 10 squash event in its second year at Life Time Athletic in Las Vegas, USA.
 
Zac Defeats Diego For Greenwich Glory US-based second seed from Brisbane did so at the expense of Diego Elias, a 17-year-old qualifier from Lima who made history 24 hours earlier when he stormed through an experienced field in the PSA Challenger 5 squash event to become the first Peruvian ever to reach a PSA Tour final!
 
Houston Hosts Champion Fiberglass Texas Open Gold One of the longest-established events on the Women's Squash Association World Tour celebrates Gold for the first time in Houston this week when the Champion Fiberglass Texas Open opens its doors to 11 of the world's top 20 women at The Downtown Club at the Met in the USA's fourth largest city from 8-13 April.
 
Ramy Ashour claimed his second Power Courts World Series Finals crown Egyptian World No.3 Ramy Ashour claimed his second Power Courts World Series Finals crown after emerging a 3-1 victor in an electrifying final against compatriot Mohamed Elshorbagy in Richmond, Virginia
 
Gaultier Takes 2014 Windy City Crown Gregory Gaultier lifted the 2014 METROsquash Windy City Open title at the University Club of Chicago today, following a 3-0 victory over Egyptian World No.3 Ramy Ashour. The Frenchman took just 25 minutes to ease past a visibly hampered Ashour, whose recent run of bad luck with injuries appeared to resurface in his eighth title match-up with Gaultier, taking the match 11-7, 11-3, 11-4.
 
Cesar Salazar Celebrates Atlanta Success Cesar Salazar became the third Mexican in six years to win the Atlanta Open after beating Pakistan's Nasir Iqbal in the final of the PSA World Tour Challenger 10 squash event at the Lifetime Athletic Atlanta in Atlanta in the US state of Georgia.
 
Dominant David Claims First Tournament of Champions Title World number one Nicol David claimed her first J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions title with a resounding 11-4, 13 -11, 11-8 victory over world No2 Laura Massaro on the iconic glass court in Grand Central Terminal in New York.
 
Shabana wins 2014 Tournament of Champions Egyptian squash maestro Amr Shabana dominated Gregory Gaultier in the final of today’s 2014 J.P Morgan Tournament of Champions, beating the Frenchman 3-0 to seal the title in New York’s Grand Central Terminal.
 
James Foils Farhan In Atlanta England's Declan James produced the biggest upset on the second day of main draw action in the Atlanta Open when he downed No3 seed Farhan Zaman to reach the semi-finals of the PSA World Tour Challenger 10 squash championship - the US Pro Squash Series event at the Lifetime Athletic Atlanta in the capital of the US state of Georgia.
 
Avila Avenges Edmonton Loss For Florida Win Just a week after losing to the lower-ranked Pakistani in the opening round of the Edmonton Open in Canada, Mexico's Alfredo Avila earned his revenge in the ideal way by beating Farhan Zaman in the final of the 5th Annual Betty F Griffin Florida State Open Squash Championship to win the PSA World Tour Challenger 10 title at the Lifetime Athletic Club in Boca Raton in the US state of Florida.
 
Hedrick Flourishes In Phoenix After becoming the sole seed to survive the first round of the Phoenix Open in Tempe in the US state of Arizona, Australian Rex Hedrick continued all the way through to the winner's podium after beating Pakistan's Syed Hamzah Shah Bukhari in the final of the PSA World Tour Challenger 10 squash event at Life Time Fitness.
 
Nicol David Celebrates Historic US Open Triumph In her longest title triumph since the introduction of PAR (point-a-rally) scoring, favourite Nicol David overcame second seed Laura Massaro in the final of the Women's Delaware Investments U.S. Open Squash Championship at Drexel University in Philadelphia to become the first player in the event's history to retain the title.
 
Gaultier Reigns Supreme At US Open After the longest gap between title wins in the history of the event, 2006 champion Gregory Gaultier clinched the 2013 Delaware Investments U.S. Open Squash Championships title after beating former champion Nick Matthew in straight games in the final of the fifth PSA World Series event of the year at Drexel University in Philadelphia.
 
Nicol David Celebrates Carol Weymuller Double Malaysia's world number one 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, celebrating its 40th anniversary at The Heights Casino in Brooklyn, for the second time since 2005.
 
LJ Topples Tom In St Paul Semis In what was an upset according to the seedings, but not according to the latest PSA world rankings, Dutchman Laurens Jan Anjema beat second-seeded Englishman Tom Richards to reach the final of the Indian Summer Benefiting Beyond Walls, the inaugural PSA World Tour International 25 squash event at the Commodore Squash Club in St Paul, Minnesota, USA.
 
Rampant Ramy Makes It Nine At NetSuite Open Egypt's indestructible squash force Ramy Ashour marched through to his ninth PSA World Tour title in a row - and extended his unbeaten Tour run to 45 matches since May last year - when he dethroned NetSuite Open champion Gregory Gaultier in the final of the PSA International 70 event in San Francisco to win the title for the first time.
 
Perry’s Experience Shines On In Texas  Madeline Perry has become the latest WSA World Tour player to win back-to-back titles in 2013 following a successful Texas Open campaign. Just one seeded player failed to make it past the opening round of the well attended WSA Silver 35 event, as Misaki Kobayashi beat Samantha Teran to the quarter-final spot after a lengthy five games. 
 
Home Title For Gordon Is 'Extra Special' New Yorker Christopher Gordon is celebrating his first PSA World Tour title success in his home city after beating South African Shaun le Roux in the final of the Oliver NY Metro Open - Squash Revolution, the inaugural PSA Challenger 15 squash event which has been staged across four venues in Metropolitan New York in the USA.
 
Serme Survives Rochester Marathon Frenchman Lucas Serme survived the longest match of his professional career when he beat Mexico's Eric Galvez in the final of the Layer 3 Technologies & Hazlow Electronics Rochester Pro-Am to win the PSA World Tour Challenger 5 squash event celebrating its ninth successive year at the University of Rochester in Rochester, NY, USA.
 
Maestro Ashour Masters Matthew To Claim Second Richmond Title Egyptian maestro Ramy Ashour mastered the tenacious challenge of England's Nick Matthew to win the Davenport North American Open. Ashour, appearing in his fifth consecutive final of the PSA World Series squash event, continued his long unbeaten run to delight the full-house crowd of almost 1,000 spectators at the Westwood Club in Richmond, Virginia.
 
World First As U.S. Squash Leads The Way In Prize Money Parity In a world first for a major event in the sport, U.S. Squash has announced that the prize purse for the 2013 Delaware Investments U.S. Open Squash Championships will provide equal prize money for both the women's and men's events.
 
Golan Grabs Windy City Open Crown Borja Golan became Spain's first winner of the Metro Squash Windy City Open title after prevailing in four games over South African Stephen Coppinger in the final of the long-established PSA World Tour International 25 squash event at the University Club of Chicago in Chicago, USA.
 
Comeback King Ashour Takes Third ToC Title In New York Egyptian squash ace Ramy Ashour became only the third player to win the prestigious PSA World Series title a third time when he recovered from two games down to beat French rival Gregory Gaultier in the final of the J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions at Grand Central Terminal in New York.
 
Delierre Survives Historic Capital Marathon It took the longest recorded squash match for more than 30 years to decide the Squash Revolution National Capital Open Presented by Oliver title when Canadian Shawn Delierre beat England's Adrian Waller in two hours and 37 minutes, surviving a battle which went the full distance and featured four tie-break games.
 
Home Hero Illingworth Flourishes In Florida Julian Illingworth, the sole US entrant in the main draw of the Betty F Griffin Memorial Florida State Open, produced the perfect home result by winning the PSA World Tour Challenger 10 squash event at the Lifetime Athletic Club in Boca Raton, USA.
 
Golan Stuns Walker To Take Dayton Title Despite a marathon two-hour semi-final battle less than 24 hours earlier, Spaniard Borja Golan stunned title-holder Alister Walker in straight games to win the EBS Dayton Open, the PSA World Tour International 35 event in its ninth year at the Dayton Squash Center in Dayton, Ohio, USA.
 
Greg Grabs Golden Gate City Glory "That's probably the best I've ever played when losing 3/0!" was how world number two Nick Matthew described his defeat to lower-ranked Frenchman Gregory Gaultier in the final of the NetSuite Open Squash Championship, the PSA World Tour International 70 event staged on an all-glass court at Justin Herman Plaza in San Francisco, USA.
 
Delaware Investments U.S. Open, Finals Two new champions were crowned at Drexel University in Philadelphia as Nicol David and Ramy Ashour joined the list of winners of the prestigious U.S. Open Squash Championships.
 
Milestone Tenth Title For Khan At OC Open Top seed Latasha Khan beat Nicolette Fernandes on home soil to claim the WSA Tour 10 Orange County Open 2012 Having made it past compatriot Kristen Lange in straight games in round one, the veteran player then took four games to dispatch gutsy qualifier Mennat Nasser, who beat No.5 seed Maria Toor Pakay in her first round match. 
 
Avila Outlasts Leeuw In Atlanta A courageous display by Alfredo Avila in the final of the Atlanta Open in the USA saw the unseeded 20-year-old Mexican fight back from two games down, and save three match-balls, to win the PSA World Tour Challenger 10 squash title at Life Time Fitness Atlanta in Atlanta.
 
Serme in Texas Open Title Win Top seed Camille Serme won her seventh WSA World Tour title after beating Joelle King in the Texas Open final at the weekend. After making short work of Maria Toor Pakay and local hope Latasha Khan in the early rounds, the young Frenchwoman beat third seed Samantha Teran of Mexico in the semis to assure her place in the £25K WSA event final. 
 
Walker Waltzes To Berkshire Open Title It was a second successive Berkshire Open runner-up finish for Tom Richards as top seed Alister Walker romped to a straight games victory over the Englishman in the final of the PSA World Tour International 35 squash event in its eighth year at Williams College in Williamstown, Massachusetts, USA.
 
Fourth Title For Kobayashi in Denver After finishing runner-up at the National Capitol Open in Washington last week, Misaki Kobayashi claimed her fourth WSA title today as she beat home-hope Kristen Lange in the $5k Hashim Khan Championships in Denver.
 
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.
 
Nicol David triumphs in Cleveland after a close-fought win over Laura Massaro to claim the WSA Gold $50k Cleveland Classic 2012.   The world No1 lost out at the hand of Massaro last year, with Cleveland 2011 being one of just two WSA titles she was unable to win.  Revenge was exacted this year however, despite early signs that the Englishwoman was unwilling to relinquish her title. 
 
Matthew Is ToC Champion - & New World No1 An 85-minute all-English climax to the 2012 JP Morgan Tournament of Champions in New York saw Nick Matthew not only win the prestigious PSA World Series squash title at Grand Central Terminal for the first time, but also wrest the world number one ranking from his opponent James Willstrop.
 
Qualifier success at Liberty Bell Open Pakistani qualifier Maria Toor Pakay stormed past four seeded players on her way to winning her first ever WSA title in the Women's Liberty Bell Open in Berwyn, Philadelphia. 
 
Rodriguez Flourishes In Florida Miguel Angel Rodriguez justified his top billing in the Betty F Griffin Memorial Florida State Open in the USA - but the top seed from Colombia was taken the full distance in the climax of the PSA World Tour Challenger 10 squash event at Lifetime Athletic Club in Boca Raton in Florida.
 
Amr Shabana Is US Open Champion A scintillating performance in the final of the Delaware Investments US Open in Philadelphia saw Egypt's third seed Amr Shabana upset favourite Nick Matthew to win the PSA World Series squash title for second time in three years at the Daskalakis Athletic Center at Drexel University.
 
Rodriguez Races To Remove Reda Colombian Miguel Angel Rodriguez celebrated his first Tour meeting with Mohd Ali Anwar Reda in the first round of the Delaware Investments US Open by beating the higher-ranked Egyptian in a dazzling performance in the fifth PSA World Series squash event of the year at Drexel University in Philadelphia.
 
 
 

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