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Matthew Marches On As Perry is Crowned in Canberra

It was a British double at the Australian Open in Canberra as Nick Matthew and Madeline Perry claimed the titles ...

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Top Seeds To Contest Australian Open Final

Top seeds Nick Matthew and Ramy Ashour will fight out the Australian Open men’s squash final on Sunday after contrasting semi-final wins ...

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Top Seeds Suffer In Canberra Semi-Finals

Both top seeds fell in the semi-finals of the Grays Women's Australian Open as Madeline Perry and Alison Waters set up an all-British final ...

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Brilliant Willstrop Stuns Shabana In Canberra

Englishman James Willstrop put in a brilliant performance of controlled squash to demolish former world number one Amr Shabanain the quarter-finals of the CSR Viridian Australian Open in Canberra ...

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Experience Triumphs Over Youth In Canberra

Experienced triumphed over youth when 33-year-old Rachael Grinham downed fellow Australian Donna Urquhart, 22, in the quarter-finals of the Grays Women's Australian Open in Canberra ...

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Willstrop Shatters Palmer’s Australian Open Dreams

David Palmer's dreams of a second Australian Open title are over for 2010 after he was beaten in four games by sixth-seeded Englishman James Willstrop in the second round ..

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Three Aussies Into Australian Open Quarters After Urquhart Upset

Australian Donna Urquhart, the eleventh seed, charged into the quarter-finals of the Grays Women's Australian Open when she stunned seventh-seeded Egyptian Engy Kheirallah in the second round ...

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Richards Knocks Out Ninth Seed Selby In Canberra Upset

England's Tom Richards caused the biggest upset so far in the CSR Viridian Australian Open when he outlasted fellow countryman Daryl Selby in five games in the second day of first round action ...

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Tania Takes Out Australian Open Title-Holder King

England's unseeded Tania Bailey caused the biggest upset on the opening day of women's action in the CSR ViridianAustralian Open when she upset New Zealand title-holder Joelle King to reach the last sixteen ...

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Palmer Overcomes Slow Start To Beat Birthday Boy Ghosal

Australian David Palmer, the tenth seed, overcame a slow start to beat India's Saurav Ghosal in four games in the first round of the $142,500 Viridian Australian Open in Canberra ...

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