Gregory Gaultier is the 2015 world champion. (image: squashpics.com)
Report courtesy of PSA.
Thirty-two-year-old Gregory Gaultier ended nine years of heartbreak to win the most … Continue Reading ››
(image: Steve Line/squashpics.com)
Although the on-site action has concluded at Drexel University following the 2015 Delaware Investments U.S. Open Squash Championships, you can still re-live the matches, drama, and glory by watching U.S. Open replays on Tennis Channel Plus
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2015 Hall of Fame inductees (l-r) Gary Waite, Michael Pierce, and Alan Fox (representing Tom Wrightson).
Today, at a special luncheon before the finals of the Delaware Investments U.S. Open, Michael J. Pierce, Gary Waite and Thomas Wrightson were inducted into the United States … Continue Reading ››
The 2015 Delaware Investments U.S. Open Squash Championship finals are streaming live from Drexel University on Tennis Channel Everywhere and Squash TV Saturday at 3:30pm ET.
The finals will be contested between a past U.S. Open champion and an Egyptian first-time world series finalist on both the men's … Continue Reading ››
Another dramatic day at Drexel, with more upset results as Nour El Tayeb, Laura Massaro, Gregory Gaultier and Omar Mosaad reach the finals - Gaultier beating the top seed and defending champion, Mosaad reaching his first World Series final with a first-ever win over Nick … Continue Reading ››
USOC Chief Marketing Office, Lisa Baird, was the keynote speaker at the first Squash Summit.
US Squash, under the leadership of Adam Hamill and Bill Buckingham, hosted a two-day conference during the Delaware Investments U.S. Open. More than a hundred people came … Continue Reading ››
Watch highlights of the dramatic quarter-final between Laura Massaro and Nicol David …