International Squash Magazine - March 2013

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International Squash Magazine provides an invaluable and sought after quarterly review of the world of squash, appealing to a diverse and dynamic audience of squash consumers, enthusiasts and players of all standards from recreational and club players to professionals.
 
An interactive digital version of International Squash Magazine has been introduced to expand the reach of the publication to thousands of additional squash fans, enthusiasts, players and consumers. To launch the interactive digital version of the latest issue of International Squash Magazine, please visit: www.isportgroup.com/InternationalSquashMagazine-March2013
 
The March issue of International Squash Magazine covers many of the latest happenings of one of the world’s most exciting sports, including:
 
Nick Matthew & Alison Waters Crowned British Champions
Nick Matthew and Alison Waters were crowned British National Champions in contrasting finals staged at the National Squash Centre in Manchester. Matthew won a record fifth men’s title after beating perpetual rival James Willstrop with a clinical straight games victory whilst Alison Waters won her third domestic crown with a 78 minute marathon win over Laura Massaro
 
Gregory Gaultier Wins CASE Swedish Open
A scintillating performance by Gregory Gaultier in the final of the CASE Swedish Open saw the Frenchman defeat top seed Nick Matthew to retain the PSA World Tour International 70 squash title in Linköping, and claim his 23rd title from his 50th international final
 
Ramy Ashour: What Will 2013 Behold?
After enjoying the most successful year of his career, Egypt's Ramy Ashour has reclaimed the World No.1 ranking and was honoured as PSA Player of the Year for the second year in a row at the recent annual World Squash Awards
 
Ramy Ashour & Natalie Grinham Win Tournament of Champions Titles
Egypt’s Ramy Ashour became only the third player to win the prestigious J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions title three times when he beat Gregory Gaultier in a dramatic sell-out final at the spectacular Grand Central Terminal in New York. Natalie Grinham of Holland retained her women’s crown
 
Amr Shabana & Nicol David Retain ATCO World Series Finals Crowns
The ATCO World Series Squash Finals came to a glorious conclusion at The Queen’s Club in London when Amr Shabana rolled back the years to successfully defend the prestigious PSA World Tour title, whilst Nicol David underlined her domination with a straight games victory over Laura Massaro to retain the women’s crown
 
It’s Coming … The Allam British Open Returns For 2013
The most iconic and prestigious squash tournament in the world is back – The Allam British Open. In May the world’s best players head to Yorkshire, home to defending champion and three time British Open winner Nick Matthew and former World no.1 James Willstrop, to compete for the first time on a football pitch at the KC Stadium in Kingston Upon Hull
 
Coaching & Instruction: The Mental Aspects of the Game
International Squash Magazine explains why during competition the mental aspects become increasingly more important as players progress and why some players already possess the mental toughness and perseverance to compete and succeed
 
PSA Men’s World Squash Championship – Manchester 2013
Manchester is many things to many people: music, theatre, fine dining, education, innovation, even rainy days but above all, sport. Football maybe king but it doesn’t reign unopposed in a city that prides itself as
Britain’s sporting capital. Squash is one of the crown jewels and the ‘sultans of swing’ are heading back to town in October
 
World Rankings
Men’s & Women’s World Rankings at a glance

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