Raneem El Welily became the first Egyptian winner of the Women's J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions title
Natalie Grinham will make her comeback at the first Women's Squash Association World Series championship of the year.
Nicol David, the record eight-time women's world champion who this month began her tenth year as world number one, is the sport's ultimate ambassador.
Malaysia's Nicol David celebrates the ninth anniversary of first becoming world number one
The shortest reign in world championship history came to an end in Cairo when fifth seed Alison Waters upset England team-mate Laura Massaro.
England's defending champion Laura Massaro moved one step closer to a third successive appearance in the final of the Wadi Degla Women's World Squash Championship
A full 16 years after winning her first, Australian Rachael Grinham has picked up the 34th WSA World Tour title of her distinguished career.
England's 20-year-old Emily Whitlock became one of the youngest players to notch up a 10th title on the WSA World Tour when she beat local hope Sabrina Sobhy in the final of the Women's Boar's Head Sports Club Open in the USA.
The world's largest squash spectator event and annually one of the world's major squash championships will take place at Grand Central Terminal in New York from 16-23 January 2015.
Egyptian-led upsets continued to dominate proceedings in the 19th edition of the Women's Monte Carlo Classic