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US Star Sobhy Celebrates Texas Triumph

New York-born Amanda Sobhy claimed the biggest WSA World Tour title of her career - and became the first home winner of the Women’s Texas Open for seven years - when she upset top-seeded Egyptian Nour El Tayeb in the final of the WSA International 35 squash event at Life Time Fitness in Plano, USA.

Top Seeds El Tayeb & Sobhy Set Up Texas Final

The top two seeds Nour El Tayeb and Amanda Sobhy set up a mouth-watering final of the 2015 Women’s Texas Open after prevailing in the semi-finals of the WSA International 35 squash event at Life Time Fitness in Plano, USA.

Top Seeds Through In Texas

The top four seeds secured places in the semi-finals of the Women’s Texas Open - but achieved their quarter-final successes in the WSA International 35 squash event in contrasting styles at Life Time Fitness in Plano, USA.

Donna Survives Chinappa Test In Texas

Australian qualifier Donna Urquhart provided the sole upset in the first round of the Women’s Texas Open when she defeated eighth seed Joshana Chinappa to claim a place in the quarter-finals of the WSA International 35 squash event at Life Time Fitness in Plano, USA.

Irish Star Perry To Make Tour Farewell In Dublin

Madeline Perry, the most successful Irish squash player of all-time, will make her farewell WSA World Tourappearance at the GillenMarkets Irish Open later this month in Dublin

Full-Time Pro Sobhy Seeks Home Success At Texas Open

Competing for the first time as a full-time squash professional after concluding her studies at Harvard University,Amanda Sobhy is bidding for success at this week’s Women’s Texas Open in the USA where she is hoping to become the event’s first home winner for seven years.

Malaysia Wins Bid To Host Women’s World Championship For Three Years

Simon Arnold, Managing Director of Hallmark Events Group, today announced that the Women’s Squash Association (WSA), in conjunction with the World Squash Federation (WSF), has awarded the rights to Malaysia to host the next three editions of the Women’s World Squash Championship. The inaugural event will be held from 11-18 December 2015.

Wazir Wins Maiden Homeland Title

The first WSA World Tour squash event to be held in Pakistan for almost seven years produced the dream result when Peshawar powerhouse Maria Toorpakai Wazir won the title against expectations after overcoming the event’s top two seeds.

April rankings

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

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