There will be two all-Egyptian finals tomorrow in Philadelphia as Ali Farag reaches a first World Series Final …
Three Egyptian winners as the semifinal lineups were finalised in Philadelphia …
The Squash Doubles Association, the men’s North American pro doubles tour, handed out its coveted Tournament of the Year Award at the 2017 United States Open to the Maryland Club.
Graham Bassett, the SDA’s tour director, handed out the award to Andrew Cordova, the head squash pro, Hugh McGurk, tournament chariman and Stewart Shettle, squash committee chariman of the Maryland Club.
Reeham Sedky was honored at the U.S. Open with the 2016 United States Olympic Committee Athlete of the Year Award. Paul Assaiante, the Ganek Family US Squash Head National Coach, introduced Sedky to a rousing ovation on the ASB GlassCourt.
Nour El Tayeb beats top seed Nour El Sherbini in an all-Egyptian upset at Drexel …
The fourth-annual Character in Sports Day at the 2017 United States Open was highlighted by honoring Hall of Famer Mark Talbott with the Callahan Award.
Squash Magazine celebrated their twentieth anniversary at the 2017 United States Open with an on-court ceremony.
The first issue of the world’s leading squash magazine was published in October 1997, exactly twenty years ago. Since then 179 issues have been published, covering every aspect of the game across the country and around the world.
The PSA Foundation is staging a collection point at the 2017 U.S. Open presented by Macquarie Investment Management where fans of the game can bring along any unwanted or unused squash equipment to the ReBound Drive.
Squash fans can donate any type of new, used or old equipment including squash rackets, shoes, grips and balls. Please do not donate any broken or un-useable equipment.