International Squash Magazine - December 2015


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International Squash Magazine – End of Year Issue
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 latest happenings of one of the world’s most exciting sports, including:
Amr Shabana ‘The Maestro’ Retires
Former World No.1 and four-time World Champion Amr Shabana announced his retirement from professional squash on the eve of the new season, bringing to an end a remarkable and illustrious 20-year playing career which saw him win 33 PSA Word Tour titles
Gregory Gaultier & Laura Massaro Crowned 2015 US Open Champions
England’s Laura Massaro defeated Egypt’s Nour El Tayeb 11-6 9-11 6-11 11-8 11-7 to win the 2015 Women’s Delaware Investments US Open staged at Drexel University in Philadelphia, while Frenchman Gregory Gaultier overpowered Omar Mosaad in straight games to lift the men’s trophy for the third time in his career
Is Change Needed To Realise Olympic Dream?
Following the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games Organising Committee’s decision to omit squash from its list of recommended sports, squash has now failed in three successive campaigns to gain inclusion with questions inevitably being raised as to the role played by the sport's leaders and whether a shake-up is now required
Question & Answer: Tesni Evans
Welsh No.1 & World No.28 Tesni Evans talks with International Squash Magazine
Ramy Ashour & Amanda Sobhy Crowned 2015 NetSuite Champions
World Champion Ramy Ashour overcame top seed Nick Matthew in the men’s final of the 2015 NetSuite Open in San Francisco to claim his 37th career PSA World Tour title after American No.1 Amanda Sobhy claimed the women’s crown with a four game victory over Sarah-Jane Perry
Mohamed Elshorbagy Wins AJ Bell British Squash Grand Prix
World No.1 Mohamed Elshorbagy dethroned England’s Nick Matthew in a controversial and highly charged 65-minute final of the 2015 AJ Bell British Squash Grand Prix to take the title in front of a partisan English crowd and collect his 15th title - in what was his 100th tournament on PSA World Tour.
PSA Men’s World Rankings
PSA Men’s World Rankings at a glance
Raneem El Welily Crowned World No.1
Egyptian Raneem El Welily ended Nicol David’s record breaking nine-year run as the uninterrupted World No.1 on the eve of the new season by topping the PSA Women’s World Rankings and becoming the first Egyptian female star in any sport to be crowned No.1
PSA Women’s World Rankings
PSA Women’s World Rankings at a glance

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