International Squash Magazine – December 2011

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The December issue of International Squash Magazine covers many of the latest happenings of one of the world’s most exciting sports, including:
 
Nick Matthew & Nicol David Retain World Open Titles
England’s Nick Matthew and Nicol David of Malaysia lived up to their number one seedings to win the men’s and women’s titles respectively at the World Open Squash Championships at the New Luxor Theatre in Rotterdam
 
British National Championships - Manchester 2012
The 2012 British National Championships will be staged at the National Squash Centre in Manchester, England from the 5th to 12th February and promises to be among the most eagerly contested in the event’s history
 
Here Come The Girls!
Glamour and squash together as one entertaining package? Well, tournament promoters
internationalSPORTgroup believe it can work and showed off some of their ideas at the recent ROWE British Grand Prix in Manchester
 
Gregory Gaultier & Nicol David Win Qatar Classic Titles
Gregory Gaultier overcame James Willstrop in the final of the 2011 Qatar Classic to claim his first major success for more than two years, while World No.1 Nicol David won her fifth Qatar trophy with an emphatic straight-game win over Ireland’s Madeline Perry
 
Amr Shabana & Laura Massaro Claim US Open Crowns
A scintillating performance in the final of the Delaware Investments US Open in Philadelphia saw Amr Shabana upset favourite Nick Matthew, whilst an equally impressive performance from Laura Massaro saw her claim her maiden US Open crown with a four-game victory over Australian Kasey Brown
 
Ramy Ashour Wins ROWE British Grand Prix – Manchester 2011
After winning just a single point in the opening game, Egypt’s Ramy Ashour went on to overcome local favourite Nick Matthew in four games in the final of the ROWE British Grand Prix to retain the PSA World Series squash title at the National Squash Centre in Manchester
 
Business Matters: Wilson Sport Goods
David Evans, Marketing Executive, Racket, Teamsports and Golf for Wilson in Northern Europe, talks with International Squash Magazine
 
World Rankings
Men’s & Women’s World Rankings at a glance

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