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27.01.2015

Linda Elriani Receives ToC Women’s Squash Leadership Award

Linda Elriani, the former world No.3 and current Director of Squash at the Heights Casino in Brooklyn, New York, received the 2015 ToC Women’s Squash Leadership Award during the J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions Women’s Leadership Luncheon in Grand Central Terminal. The luncheon was presented by the tournament’s silver sponsor Lexington Partners.
26.01.2015

Craig Captures Australia Day Crown

New Zealand’s Megan Craig beat home hope Lakeesha Rarere in the final of the Women’s Australia Day Challenge to win the WSA Challenger 5 squash event at Ipswich PCYC Squash Centre in Ipswich in the Australian state of Queensland without dropping a game.
25.01.2015

El Welily Takes ToC Title

Raneem El Welily became the first Egyptian winner of the Women’s J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions title she defeated England’s Alison Waters in the final of the WSA International 100 squash event at Grand Central Terminal in New York.
23.01.2015

Waters & El Welily Set Up Surprise ToC Final

Third seed Raneem El Welily and fifth seed Alison Waters stunned higher-seeded opponents in the semi-finals of the J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions to set up a surprise final of the WSA International 100 squash event at Grand Central Terminal in New York.
22.01.2015

Waters Drowns Champion David In Major ToC Shock

England’s Alison Waters produced the shock of the championship when she despatched defending champion Nicol David, the world number one from Malaysia, in the quarter-finals of the J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions, the WSA International 100 squash event at Grand Central Terminal in New York.
21.01.2015

David Defence Underway At Grand Central

Malaysia’s world number one Nicol David successfully began her defence of the Women’s J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions title in New York with a four-game victory over career-long rival Rachael Grinham in the first round of the WSA International 100 squash event at Grand Central Terminal.
20.01.2015

Sobhy Sinks Low In Grand Central Upset

Unseeded US squash star Amanda Sobhy defeated world No.7 Low Wee Wern of Malaysia in five games to provide unexpected home interest in the women’s quarter-finals of the J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions, the WSA International 100 event at Grand Central Terminal in New York.
19.01.2015

Lust & Ibrahim Make ToC Debuts After Qualifying Successes

England’s Victoria Lust and Egyptian Salma Hany Ibrahim will make their debuts on the all-glass court at Grand Central Terminal in New York after contrasting qualifying successes in the Women’s JP Morgan Tournament of Champions.

January rankings

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

Upcoming Tournaments

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03 -08 Feb

Tournoi Emilie Lamilango 2015

Challenger — 16 Draw — Belgium

04 -08 Feb

CSC Delaware Open 2015

WSA Tour 10 — 16 Draw — United States

07 -08 Feb

Ken Cotton Memorial Open 2015

Challenger — 16 Draw — England

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