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All Egyptian Final At Malaysian Open

In devastating form in today’s semi-finals of the Women’s CIMB Malaysian Open, Egypt’s Raneem El Welily upset top seed and defending champion Nicol David to deny the Queen of Malaysian squash a place in the final of the WSA World Series Gold championship in Kuala Lumpur for the first time in 12 appearances in her country’s leading event since 2003.

El Tayeb Triumphs Again In KL

Egypt’s Nour El Tayeb celebrated a “dream” win - and her second successive upset in the Women’s CIMB Malaysian Open - when she beat Ireland’s No8 seed Madeline Perry in today’s quarter-finals of the WSA World Series Gold squash championship in Kuala Lumpur.

Seeds Continue To Suffer In KL

Shocks continued to shake up the Women’s CIMB Malaysian Open today in Kuala Lumpur where a further three top seeds crashed out of the last 16 round of the WSA World Series Gold championship. It was Egyptian Nour El Tayeb who landed the biggest scalp when she ousted second seed Laura Massaro, the world champion from England, 11-7, 11-4, 6-11, 11-4 in 47 minutes.

Delia Delights Home Crowd At Malaysian Open

Unseeded Malaysian Delia Arnold delighted the home crowd on the opening day of main draw action in the Women’s CIMB Malaysian Open when she stunned England’s fifth seed Alison Waters to claim a place in the last 16 of the WSA World Series Gold championship in Kuala Lumpur for the first time in 12 attempts since 2002.

World Junior Wonder Habiba Makes Malaysian Open Draw

Just days after shocking the squash world by winning the Women’s World Junior Championship title in Namibia aged just 15, Egypt’s Habiba Mohamed Ahmed maintained her winning run today in Malaysia where she qualified for the main draw of the prestigious Women’s CIMB Malaysian Open, the WSA World Series Gold championship in Kuala Lumpur.

Shahin First To Four In 2014

Egyptian teenager Nadine Shahin became the first player to win four WSA World Tour titles this year when she overcame local star Alyssa Mehta in the final of the Women’s Colony Ford Lincoln National Squash Academy Open, the WSA Tour 5 event at the National Squash Academy in Toronto, Canada

Habiba Mohamed is World Junior Champion

The 2014 WSF World Junior Squash Championships came to a resounding climax at the Wanderers Sports Club in the Namibia capital Windhoek when 15-year-old Egyptian Habiba Mohamed Ahmed claimed her third upset in as many days to become the second youngest ever winner of the women’s title.

Laura Massaro features in latest Trans World Sport episode

World Champion Laura Massaro talks to Trans World Sport about her recent success, her mind set, training and future ambitions

August 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 Sherbini - EGYLoading
  9. 9Annie Au - HKGLoading
  10. 10Dipika Pallikal - INDLoading
  11. 11Madeline Perry - IRLLoading
  12. 12Omneya Abdel Kawy - EGYLoading
  13. 13Jenny Duncalf - ENGLoading
  14. 14Rachael Grinham - AUSLoading
  15. 15Amanda Sobhy - USALoading
  16. 16Kasey Brown - AUSLoading
  17. 17Sarah-Jane Perry - ENGLoading
  18. 18Sarah Kippax - ENGLoading
  19. 19Nicolette Fernandes - GUYLoading
  20. 20Emma Beddoes - ENGLoading

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