Mohamed Elshorbagy & Camille Serme Crowned British Open Champions
Mohamed Elshorbagy and Camille Serme claimed maiden British Open titles in two thrilling finals at the Airco Arena in Hull. Elshorbagy overpowered defending champion Gregory Gaultier to prevent an historic French double after Serme recorded an emotional four game victory over 2013 champion Laura Massaro.
#Makingithappen For Equal Prize Money
When Dr Allam extended his sponsorship of the British Open for a further three years he had one main goal, to achieve equal prize money for the men’s and women’s events. In reaching prize money parity by 2017 the Allam British Open will become one of the few world class sporting events to provide equal prize money.
Gregory Gaultier Wins Grasshopper Cup
Gregory Gaultier produced a commanding 43-minute 11-8 11-3 11-9 victory over Germany’s high flying Simon Rösner in the final of the Grasshopper Cup in Zurich to capture his 29th PSA World Tour title.
ASB Celebrates 500th Movable Wall Court
Pioneering squash court manufacturer ASB are celebrating the installation of its 500th Movable Wall Court with a new facility under construction at the Harvey Hadden Sports Centre in Nottingham, England.
Coaching & Instruction: A Tactical Game Plan
In order for your shots to have any benefit and/or impact to your game, it is important to know how to apply them. Having good shots is not enough. International Squash Magazine explains why players need to possess tactical, physical and mental skills in order for the technique to have impact on their game.
Question & Answer: Greg Lobban
Scottish No.2 Greg Lobban talks with International Squash Magazine.
France Crowned European Champions For First Time
Competing in the event for the 41st time since 1975, and making their 15th appearance in the final, France finally won the Men’s European Team Squash Championship for the first time after beating favourites and defending champions England in a dramatic final in Herning, Denmark.
Men’s & Women’s World Rankings at a glance