“Winning the British Open in 2015 was an incredible moment for me,” said Serme.
One year after the most famous victory of her career Camille Serme, the World No.4, says she is relishing the prospect of returning to Hull. photo squashpics
Playing under the chandeliers of the Vanderbilt Hall inside New York’s iconic Grand Central Terminal, El Sherbini started the match on fire and played with a maturity beyond her 20 years
A number of surprise results lit up the quarter-final stage of the 2016 Women’s J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions. photo squashpics.com
first time in tournament history is offering equal prize money across both the Men’s and Women’s draws.
Laura Massaro has become just the third Englishwoman ever to occupy the coveted World No.1 position.
England’s Laura Massaro has opened up a comfortable lead at the top of the Women’s PSA Road To Dubai Standings
The former World No.2 was magnificent in the early stages of the tournament as she failed to lose a single game.
World No.5 Alison Waters and World No.8 Nour El Tayeb have both withdrawn from competing at the upcoming 2015 Qatar Classic, PSA World Series tournament, due to injury.
Clubs all over the planet made a racket for World Squash Day as the sport bounced back from its Olympic disappointment
The charismatic 22-year-old claimed silverware at the NetSuite Open last week with a win over Sarah-Jane Perry
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.