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WSF Hails Hong Kong ‘Inspection’ Success

The World Squash Federation has hailed this weekend's finale of the Cathay Pacific Sun Hung Kai Financial Hong Kong Open as a major success ...

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David and Ashour claim Hong Kong Titles

Nicol David maintains her eight-year unbeaten run in Hong Kong while Ramy Ashour reclaims the title he won in 2010 ...

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Finalists decided in rain-affected Hong Kong semis

The men's and women's semi-finals of the Hong Kong Open took place at different venues after rain affected play ...

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More upsets in HK as Golan grabs quarters spot

Round two of the Hong Kong Open saw more upsets in the women's draw and a first-ever World Series quarter-final spot for Spain's Borja Golan ...

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Seeds suffer on day four in Hong Kong

Day four of the Hong Kong Open saw the completion of the first round and four upset results in the bottom half of the draws ...

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Top seeds safely through first round in Hong Kong

Top seeds and defending champions James Willstrop and Nicol David successfully navigated their first round matches in the Hong Kong Open ...

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Hong Kong Squash Open Prepares For IOC Inspection

Since 1985, when world-famous airline Cathay Pacific first sponsored the Hong Kong Squash Open, the international event has regularly attracted the world's very best players ...

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Seven in a row for Nicol, a first for James

While Malaysia's world champion and world number one Nicol David recorded her 35th consecutive win and collected her 7th Hong Kong title in a row, for James Willstrop it was a first final and a first title

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David ends Annie’s dream in Hong Kong semis

While Nicol David made it through to her seventh successive Hong Kong final, Raneem El Weleily, James Willstrop and Karim Darwish all secured their firsts after the semi-finals at Kowloon Cultural Centre ...

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A day of upsets and revenge in Hong Kong quarter-finals

With fully half the matches sing the lower-ranked player triumph it was a day of quarter-final upsets at the Hong Kong Squash Centre, and a day for revenge too ...

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