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Matthew and David defend World Open titles in Rotterdam

Defending champions, top seeds and world number ones Nick Matthew and Nicol David both successfully defended their World Open titles in contrasting finals at the Luxor Theatre in Rotterdam, the Netherlands' City of Sports ...

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Lasting Memory from Palmer and Lincou

David Palmer and Thierry Lincou created a suitable memory for the climax of two outstanding careers at the World Open in Rotterdam ...

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ToC celebrates 15 years of squash in Grand Gentral

J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions Celebrates 15 Years of World’s Best Squash in Grand Central Terminal, January 20-26, 2012   New York, NY, Oct. 27, 2011 – The world’s largest squash spectator event, the J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions, will …

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Twitter Rools, OK !

“Twitter is taking over the World, #fact” tweeted @kristianfrost this morning, and after last night’s PSL round two I think he’s probably right!   says Steve Cubbins on ‘Blog on the Tyne’ I sat down at about 6.30, fired up Tweetdeck and saw that several …

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Night of the Tweeter as Surrey Scrape PSL win

If Round One was a night of home victories, tonight was more mixed with two home and three away wins in Round Two of the Premier Squash League, which will go down as the first where results were transmitted primarily …

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It’s Five for Nicol and a First for Greg in Doha

Nicol David claimed her fifth Qatar Classic title with an impressive straight-games win over Madeline Perry, while Gregory Gaultier beat James Willstrop to the men's title ...

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Sealing the British Open Deal

Dr Assem Allam officially formalises his landmark three-year agreement to sponsor the Allam British Open Squash Championships at a special contract signing ceremony at the KC Stadium in Hull, along with Jahangir Khan, Nick Matthew and Jenny Duncalf … Full …

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After the World Open Draws, the Analyses

Nick Matthew and Nicol David may be favourites to retain their World Open titles, but there’s a few obstacles in their way, y’know … http://ping.fm/X0MOD

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