Grainger and Sobhy were unseeded in the women’s event – but wasted little time securing their place in the women’s final after beating Brazilians Tatiana Damasio Borges & Giovanna Veig.
Japan's top-ranked player Misaki Kobayashi won the Women's Invercargill Licensing Trust NZ Southern Open in New Zealand against expectations.
Serme defied the odds in Hull to become the lowest-seeded player to win the women's British Open trophy in the modern era, upsetting England's former champion Laura Massaro in the surprise final.
Hong Kong squash star Annie Au fulfilled her top billing in the Women's HKFC International 2.
All but one of the WSA world top ten will compete in the $100,000 event which will take place from 5-10 June
Former world number one Rachael Grinham, the top seed from Australia, crashed out 11-6, 11-8, 11-8 in 25 minutes to unseeded Welsh opponent Deon Saffery.
Laura Massaro needed all her experience to battle past 17-year-old Egyptian Nouran Gohar and earn her place in the quarter-finals of the 2015 Allam British Open in Hull on Thursday. SquashPics.com
The 21-year-old No.2 seed dropped just one game en-route to the final - seeing off eighth-seeded American Olivia Blatchford in straight games in the semi-finals.
Nicol David denied Hong Kong's Annie Au and Leo Au the first sibling double in the Asian Squash Championships.
England won the women's trophy for the 37th time after beating France 2/1 in the final.
France's Camille Serme moves up to No.6 in the May Women's World Squash Rankings published today by theWomen's Squash Association.
Siyoli Waters defeated fellow South African Alexandra Fuller in the final of the Women's Assore Central Gauteng Open to win the WSA Challenger 5 squash event.
Top-seeded American Olivia Blatchford denied Cyrielle Peltier title success in her maiden appearance in a WSA World Tour final
A full-time professional since 1999, 38-year-old Perry has enjoyed a distinguished career in the sport
New York-born Amanda Sobhy claimed the biggest WSA World Tour title of her career - and became the first home winner of the Women's Texas Open for seven years.
The Boston-based 21-year-old is the second seed in the 14th edition of the WSA International 35 event which gets underway at Life Time Fitness in Plano, Texas.
Parker and Kennedy who steered England to success in the team competition, with a 2/0 victory in the final over Finland
The Bannu-born 24-year-old was seeded seven in the Bahria Town International Women's Squash Tournament, the WSA Challenger 10 championship which attracted players from seven countries
But after a tie-break in the decider, it was eighth seed Stephan who prevailed over unseeded Alves to win the WSA Challenger 5 squash event
Third seed Whitlock, ranked 27 in the world, made her breakthrough in the semi-finals where she defeated Denmark's No.2 seed Line Hansen for the first time.
Malaysia's Nicol David is seeded to win her sixth British Open title in Hull later this year according to the women's draw for the 2015 Allam British Open Squash Championships which was announced today.