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01.09.2014

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.
01.09.2014

Fialova Reaps Rotterdam Reward

Czech number one Lucie Fialova doubled her collection of WSA World Tour squash titles when she beat Australia’s Tamika Saxby in the final of the Women’s Rotterdam Open.
01.09.2014

Nunn wins New South Wales Open

Australian Christine Nunn achieved the goal she set herself at the beginning of the year by claiming the Women’s New South Wales Open title - and thereby winning the first WSA World Tour title of her career!
31.08.2014

David Marks Decade of Hong Kong Titles

Malaysia’s formidable squash player Nicol David today marked a tantalising trio of metric milestones in the climax of the Women’s Cathay Pacific Sun Hung Kai Financial Hong Kong Open.
31.08.2014

Nadine Nets 2014 Title No5 In Malaysia

Egyptian teen sensation Nadine Shahin captured her fifth WSA World Tour title of the year when she beat South African Cheyna Tucker in the final of the Malaysian Tour Squash Circuit No6, the WSA Tour 5 event at the Perlis Sports Complex in Kangar, the state capital of Perlis.
31.08.2014

David And El Tayeb In Hong Kong Open Final

Nicol David stands one match away from a remarkable tenth successive title and a phenomenal 50th straight victory in the former British colony after brushing aside US number one Amanda Sobhy in today’s semi-finals of the Women’s Cathay Pacific Sun Hung Kai Financial Hong Kong Open.
29.08.2014

Sobhy Sinks Serme as El Tayeb Upsets Waters

US squash star Amanda Sobhy claimed “one of my best-ever wins” when she upset third seed Camille Serme in today’s quarter-finals of the Cathay Pacific Sun Hung Kai Financial Hong Kong Open.
29.08.2014

Chan Charges Into Hong Kong Open Quarters

Hong Kong underdog Joey Chan claimed an unexpected place in the last eight of the Cathay Pacific Sun Hung Kai Financial Hong Kong Open after despatching No7 seed Omneya Abdel Kawy in straight games in today’s second round of the WSA World Series Gold event in Hong Kong.

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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