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More upsets in Round Two in HK

It was another long day at Hong Kong Squash Centre as the quarter-finalists of the Hong Kong Open were decided, with significant upsets in each of the draws - just one in the men's and three more in the women's ...

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Round Two in Melbourne

It was a day of contrasts for the seeded players as the Victorian Open reached the last sixteen stage in Melbourne, with all of the men’s seeds progressing but some significant upsets in the women’s event. Top seeds Nafiizwan Adnan …

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April World Rankings

Thierry Lincou returns to the top ten at 36 while 16-year-old Nour El Sherbini hits the top 16 ...

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Short ‘n Sweet Bluenose Promo

The Bluenose Classic hit the theatre stage this time out in Nova Scotia - here's a short and sweet promo video ...

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Anjema and Golan reach Manitoba final

Dutch top seed Laurens Jan Anjema will face fourth-seeded Spaniard Borja Golan in the final of the PSA $35k Manitoba Open in Winnipeg

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Fram’s Corner #109

More news from around the world, including impressive coverage of the British Nationals ...

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Gaultier impresses in Swedish Open final

France's Gregory Gaultier completed an impressive week in Sweden with a straight-games win over Karim Darwish in the final in Linkoping ...

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