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Massaro Wins Sharm El Sheikh Showdown

England's Laura Massaro justified her top billing in the Women's Sharm El Sheikh Open by winning the $29,500WISPA World Tour squash title at the Laguna Vista Hotel in the Egyptian Red Sea resort of Sharm El Sheikh ...

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Top Seeds To Share Sharm El Sheikh Final

In their sixth meeting this year, England's Laura Massaro will face Egyptian Raneem El Weleily in the final of theWomen's Sharm El Sheikh Open after surviving straight games semi-finals ...

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Ghosal Leads Local Interest In New Delhi

Local hero Saurav Ghosal delighted the packed crowd at the Sirifort CWG Block in the Indian capital New Delhi when he beat English qualifier Adrian Waller to reach the second round of the $192,500 Punj Lloyd PSA Masters ...

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Nick Matthew Wins Historic World Open Title

Nick Matthew overcame a tired fellow countryman James Willstrop in the final of the Saudi PSA World Open in Saudi Arabia to become the first English World Open champion in the 34-year history of the sport's premier event ...

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El Shorbagy Makes Saudi World Open Quarters

In only his third ever appearance in the championship, Egypt's 19-year-old Mohamed El Shorbagy reached the quarter-finals for the second time when he beat Pakistan's Aamir Atlas Khan in the third round of the Saudi PSAWorld Open ...

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Ramy Ashour Forced To Quit In Saudi

It took just six minutes for world number one Ramy Ashour to give up his bid to reclaim the world title when a hamstring injury caused the Egyptian to concede his second round match in the $327,500 Saudi PSA World Open ...

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Champions Charge Into Last 16 In Saudi

Defending champion Amr Shabana and former champions David Palmer and Thierry Lincou - who boast seven world titles between them - took their anticipated places in the last 16 of the $327,500 Saudi PSA World Open ...

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Castagnet Culls Cameron In Saudi Surprise

Australia's world No15 Cameron Pilley will play no further part in the $327,500 Saudi PSA World Open Squash Championship after crashing out of the first round of the richest ever event on the PSA World Tour ...

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Australia Reclaim World Team Title in New Zealand

After last winning the title in 2004 - and finishing in 10th place two years later - Australia re-established their authority in women's world squash by beating England in today's final of the Women's World Team Champoionships in New Zealand ...

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