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Palmer signs for PST

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He played his last PSA match at the World Open in Rotterdam a few days ago and bade an emotional farewell, but David Palmer will still be seen on court, in PST tournaments in the USA ...

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Round One in Vancouver

Pretty straight forward night with the top 2 seeds moving through with ease.  The surprise of the night was Rasmus Nielsen defeating Jan Koukal who seemed out of sorts and not himself ...

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Unusual sporting venues

Basketball on an aircraft carrier or tennis on a helipad take some beating, but Squash makes an appearance in this list of ten unusual sporting venues … See the full list 

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Seeds safe in St Paul

All but one of the seeded players progressed to the quarter-finals of the WISPA $6k Indian Summer Tournament in St Paul, Usa ...

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Kawy out of Hong Kong

Another not unexpected withdrawal from the Hong Kong draw as Omneya Abdel Kawy, seeded 8 but now down at 18 in the rankings after an injury-ridden period, withdraws ...

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Tuominen dumps Daryl in Macau

Round One of the Macau Open at the Centro de Bowling do Complexo Desportivo Internacional de COTAI in the Chinese SAR just 40 miles from Hong Kong saw a number of upsets in the men's and women's draws ...

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Indian Summer Starter

A quiet start to the WISPA $6k Indian Summer Tournament in St Paul (or are we always supposed to mention it alongside its twin?) with just one qualifying match ...

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PSA World Series Standings

After Nick Matthew's World Open win in Rotterdam the focus switches back to the PSA World Series, with Matthew and Ramy Ashour at the top of the Standings after six events ...

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A Night of Upsets in Dayton

Night two of the 2011 EBS Dayton Open was a night of upsets in the last round of the qualifying draw as three of the top four seeded players went down in defeat ...

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