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
Malaysia's Nicol David marks a unique achievement in the history of squash tomorrow (1 November) when she tops the Women's World Squash Rankings for the 100th consecutive month.
After securing her second WSA World Tour title in two months at The Manulife Investments WSA Tournament at Club Meadowvale in Canada, USA number three Olivia Blatchford has boosted her chances of improving on her highest world ranking of 32 in next month's WSA list.
Just a week after losing to Nour El Sherbini in the first round of the US Open, England's unseeded Emma Beddoes gained her revenge in convincing style in today's opening round of the Women's Macau Open