Malaysian superstar Nicol David claimed the latest historic achievement in her illustrious squash career when she beat Egypt's Nour El Sherbini in the final of the Women's Delaware Investments US Open.
Malaysian David bidding to become the first player in the 60-year history of the championship to win the title three times in a row, and Egyptian teenager El Sherbini looking to repeat her shock World Championship victory over the world number one in March.
Malaysia's world No1 Nicol David has set up arguably the biggest revenge match of her career when she meets Egypt's world No3 Raneem El Welily in Friday's semi-finals of the Women's Delaware Investments US Open in Philadelphia.
Egyptian teenager Yathreb Adel created the biggest second round upset in the Women's Delaware Investments US Open when she despatched eighth seed Annie Au in straight games to celebrate her first appearance in the quarter-finals of a WSA World Series event.
Runner-up in 2011 and a quarter-finalist for the past two years, Australian Brown had announced this week that she would call it a day at the 2014 championship in Philadelphia, bring to an end a glittering 12-year career on the WSA World Tour.
Revenge was the name of the game on the opening day of action in the Women's Delaware Investments US Open when four of the eight matches in the WSA World Series Platinum event at Drexel University in Philadelphia gave players the chance to avenge recent defeats.
Malaysian Nicol David is seeded to become the first player in the 60-year history of the US Open Squash Championships - man or woman - to win three titles in a row when the 2014 event reaches its climax next week in Philadelphia.
Kasey Brown, the world No19 from Australia and President of the Women's Squash Association (WSA), has decided to retire from the WSA World Tour after competing in next week's Delaware Investments US Open in Philadelphia.
It was appropriately at Heights Casino in New York that England's Alison Waters recorded a new high in her illustrious squash career - winning the WSA Gold 50 Carol Weymuller Open to claim her 10th, but biggest, Tour title.
It was a determinedly-relaxed Omneya Abdel Kawy who held off the challenge of higher-ranked fellow Egyptian Nour El Tayeb in the quarter-finals of the Carol Weymuller Open to claim a first-time appearance.
It was after telling herself to 'man up' in her opening match in the Carol Weymuller Open in the USA that Egyptian teenager Salma Hany Ibrahim was able to pull off a notable upset over England's former world No2 Jenny Duncalf.
Egypt's Kanzy Emad El-Defrawy justified her top billing in the Women's NASH Cup in Canada by defeating surprise opponent Hollie Naughton in the final of the WSA Tour 5 squash event at London Squash & Fitness in London.
The best Table Tennis teams in Europe will begin competing to be crowned Europe's best team at the TMS 2014 European Team Table Tennis Championships, which starts today, 24 September 2014 in Lisbon, Portugal.
With tournaments spread over 23 nations, the Women's Squash Association (WSA) is celebrating a 2014 calendar which will produce total prize fund of $1,600,000 - representing a 40% increase over the previous year.
It was second time lucky for Emily Whitlock in the final of the Women's Equinox Orange County Open in the USA when the England squash star beat South African Siyoli Waters in straight games to win the WSA Tour 10 event in its fourth straight year at Equinox Sports Club Irvine in Irvine, California.
Low Wee Wern maintained Malaysian ownership of the Women's China Open - Squash Stars On The Bund title for the fourth year in a row - and claimed the title for herself a third time when she upset top seed Camille Serme in the final of the WSA Gold 50 event in Shanghai.
US squash star Amanda Sobhy claimed "one of her best-ever wins" when she upset third seed Camille Serme in today's quarter-finals of the Women's Cathay Pacific Sun Hung Kai Financial Hong Kong Open to reach her second successive Women's Squash Association World Series Gold event semi-final.
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