Report courtesy of PSA
Egyptian Raneem El Welily has ended Nicol David’s unprecedented nine-year run as the uninterrupted World No.1 by topping the September 2015 PSA Women’s World Rankings---becoming the first Egyptian female star in any sport to be crowned No. 1.
The 26-year-old from Alexandria, who … Continue Reading ››
Report courtesy of PSA.
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Egyptian four-time World Champion Amr Shabana, the man known as the ‘Maestro’ on the PSA World Tour, has retired from competitive professional squash with immediate effect, bringing to an end an illustrious 20-year career.
The 36-year-old, who turned … Continue Reading ››
Georgina Stoker (L) is the only returning local pre-qualifier from 2014.
Local pre-qualifying for the 2015 Delaware Investments U.S. Open is underway at local clubs throughout Philadelphia.
Sixteen men and six women are in the midst of vying for … Continue Reading ››
Ed Chilton, inaugural recipient of the Robert W. Callahan Sportsmanship Award, addresses the Character in Sports Day reception.
Throughout the 111-year history of US Squash, the … Continue Reading ››
The three inductees are all pioneering leaders in the game who represent historic firsts for the Hall of Fame. The one common theme is squash doubles.
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U.S. Open Tickets
U.S. Skill Level Championships
This year's U.S. Squash Skill Level Championships will be contested alongside the professional tour. Rub shoulders with the best of the best as you compete in … Continue Reading ››
Sabrina Sobhy (L) versus Egypt's Habiba Mohamed (R) in Tuesday's World Junior Team Championship finals
Sabrina Sobhy, fresh from her fifth, and final, appearance on the world junior stage for … Continue Reading ››
Women in Sports Day
, on Wednesday, October 14, will be a highlight of the U.S. Open fortnight. SquashSmarts, Philadelphia’s after-school youth enrichment program, will host a girls-only
practice at Drexel run by the world's top women professional … Continue Reading ››