International Squash Magazine - Canary Wharf Classic Issue


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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.
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The latest issue of International Squash Magazine covers many of the recent highlights from the Professional Squash Association (PSA) World Tour:
Mohamed Elshorbagy Wins Canary Wharf Classic
World no.1 Mohamed Elshorbagy became the first ever Egyptian winner of the Canary Wharf Classic after he defeated compatriot Tarek Momen in a thrilling five-game contest inside London’s stunning East Wintergarden
Nour El Tayeb & Mohamed Elshorbagy Crowned Windy City Open Champions
Egyptians Nour El Tayeb and Mohamed Elshorbagy were triumphant at the 2018 Windy City Open in Chicago to claim the sport’s most lucrative World Series title.
Nick Matthew & Tesni Evans crowned British National Champions
Whilst Nick Matthew collected a record tenth title in his last appearance at the British National Championships, Tesni Evans of Wales produced a scintillating performance to overcome England’s four-time champion Alison Waters to make her the first Non-English woman and first Welsh player of either gender to claim a trophy in the championships’ illustrious history.
Ali Farag wins UCS Swedish Open
Egypt’s Ali Farag won his first title of the year courtesy of a 11-7 6-11 11-3 11-5 victory over Germany’s Simon Rösner in the final of the 2018 UCS Swedish Open in Linköping, Sweden.
Simon Rösner & Nour El Sherbini lift J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions Titles
Simon Rösner and Nour El Sherbini prevailed on finals day at the 2018 J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions, beating Egyptian duo Tarek Momen and Nour El Tayeb respectively under the chandeliers of Grand Central terminal’s vanderbilt hall in New York to take one of squash’s most prestigious titles.
Question & Answer: Emily Whitlock
England’s Emily Whitlock talks with International Squash Magazine.
Barcelona Global Squash
Barcelona Global Squash was established in December 2015 by Head Coach Victor Montserrat and CEO Adrian Blakemore and comprises what is now considered one of Europe’s most progressive squash academies. Alongside its performance academy, Barcelona Global Squash also reaches-out to a wide variety of players, from amateur club and team players to elite juniors and college and high school teams.
Equality in Sport: from an ideal to achievable
England Squash National Performance Coach & UNSQUASHABLE Brand Ambassador Josh Taylor explains that whilst the AJ Bell PSA World Championships was notable for many highlights, from his own standpoint the tournament’s defining characteristic and achievement was the parity shown between the Men’s and Women’s Championships.
World Rankings
Men’s & Women’s world rankings at a glance.

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