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Whitlock Wins California Crown

It was second time lucky for Emily Whitlock in the final of the Women’s Equinox Orange County Open in the USA when the England squash star beat South African Siyoli Waters in straight games to win the WSA Tour 10 event in its fourth straight year at Equinox Sports Club Irvine in Irvine, California.

First Pro Squash Circuit Launched In India

India will stage its first professional squash circuit next month, including four Women’s Squash Association World Tour events, according to an announcement made today in Mumbai.

Aumard Conquers Camilleri For North Coast Crown

France’s Coline Aumard beat top-seeded Australian Lisa Camilleri for the second time in a week in Australia to win the Women’s North Coast Open in Coffs Harbour, New South Wales, against expectation.

Wee Wern Clinches China Open Hat-Trick

Low Wee Wern maintained Malaysian ownership of the Women’s China Open - Squash Stars On The Bund title for the fourth year in a row - and claimed the title for herself a third time when she upset top seed Camille Serme in the final of the WSA Gold 50 event in Shanghai.

Serme & Low To Challenge For China Open Glory

Camille Serme and Low Wee Wern will contest the final of the Women’s China Open - Squash Stars On The Bund after ending the impressive runs of Egyptian teenagers Nouran Gohar and Salma Hany Ibrahim, respectively, in the semi-finals of the WSA Gold 50 event in China’s largest city Shanghai.

Egyptian Youngsters Continue Giant-Killing Shanghai Run

Young Egyptian qualifiers Salma Hany Ibrahim and Nouran Gohar continued their giant-killing run in the Women’s China Open - Squash Stars On The Bund after despatching two further seeds in the quarter-finals of the WSA Gold 50 event in China’s largest city Shanghai.

Egyptian Teenagers Strike Out Tour Veterans in China

Egyptian teenagers Salma Hany Ibrahim and Nouran Gohar - both qualifiers - pulled off mighty upsets over experienced WSA World Tour opponents in today’s opening round of the China Open - Squash Stars On The Bund in China’s largest city Shanghai.

El Tayeb Into World Top Eight

A remarkable 14-day run in which Nour El Tayeb reached two WSA World Series finals from the position of 16th seed has seen the 21-year-old Egyptian leap a mighty 17 places to No8 in the latest September Women’s World Squash Rankings published today by the WSA.

September rankings

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  1. 1Nicol David - MASLoading
  2. 2Laura Massaro - ENGLoading
  3. 3Raneem El Welily - EGYLoading
  4. 4Joelle King - NZLLoading
  5. 5Camille Serme - FRALoading
  6. 6Alison Waters - ENGLoading
  7. 7Low Wee Wern - MASLoading
  8. 8Nour El Tayeb - EGYLoading
  9. 9Nour El Sherbini - EGYLoading
  10. 10Amanda Sobhy - USALoading
  11. 11Annie Au - HKGLoading
  12. 12Dipika Pallikal - INDLoading
  13. 13Madeline Perry - IRLLoading
  14. 14Omneya Abdel Kawy - EGYLoading
  15. 15Rachael Grinham - AUSLoading
  16. 16Jenny Duncalf - ENGLoading
  17. 17Sarah-Jane Perry - ENGLoading
  18. 18Kasey Brown - AUSLoading
  19. 19Sarah Kippax - ENGLoading
  20. 20Emma Beddoes - ENGLoading

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