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Australian Open 2015
03-09 Aug, Melbourne, $27kx2

09-Aug, Finals:

[2] Joelle King (Nzl) 3-0 [1] Annie Au (Hkg)
                11/5, 11/6, 11/9  (36m)
Paul Coll (Nzl) 3-1 [1] Cameron Pilley (Aus)
                 11/7, 5/11, 11/6, 11/5 (82m)

Photo from Joelle's facebook page

It's a Kiwi double in Melbourne

It was a great day for the Kiwis in Melbourne as Joelle King and Paul Coll took the Australian Open titles, both beating the top seed in the final.

Ross Solly reports

Unseeded Paul Coll has caused a massive upset by beating top seeded Australian and training partner, Cameron Pilley, as New Zealand stole the show on finals day at the Australian Squash Open in Melbourne.

Coll and former world number four, Joelle King, made it a winning double for New Zealand, with second seed King also upsetting the top seed, Hong Kong’s Annie Au, in the women’s final, 11-5, 11-6, 11-9.

So convinced was 23-year-old Coll that he couldn’t win the Australian Open, he booked a flight back to New Zealand for Saturday afternoon. His 11-7, 5-11, 11-6, 11-5 victory is also the first time a New Zealander has won the Australian men’s title.

“I never even imagined being here,” Coll said. “There was massive butterflies before I even started, as soon as I walked in here I saw the crowd, I knew it was something special.

“But I had nothing to lose, my coach just told me to relax, I’d already done well, so I played with a bit of freedom tonight.”

Pilley, who lost his only other Australian Open final in five games, recently invited Coll to train with him in The Netherlands. Coll said he hopes the training relationship will continue.

“He’s a great guy, and we have some great training sessions together,” Coll said. “We get on well, I hope he keeps on with me, he’s a really experienced player and I can still learn a hell of a lot from him.”

It was an emotional Joelle King who claimed the women’s title, in just her second tournament back after a serious Achilles injury.

“As soon as I finished the match I got quite emotional,” King said. “You just remember all the work you’ve done leading up to that moment. It’s been a long ride.”

King is setting her sights on climbing back up the world rankings, after slipping into the 50’s since her injury. She believes her win in Melbourne shows getting back to number four is achievable.

“Definitely, there’s no reason why not,” she said. “Anything is possible, especially when I think back to where I was eight or nine months ago, and where I am now.

"I think there’s still a lot of room for improvement, I’m still not exactly where I want to be – so look out top ten!”

Men's Draw

Women's Draw

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Australian Open 2015
03-09 Aug, Melbourne, $28k
Round One
05 Aug
Round Two
06 Aug
07 Aug
08 Aug
09 Aug

[1] Cameron Pilley (Aus)
11/5, 11/4, 11/5
Joel Makin (Wal)

[1] Cameron Pilley
12/10, 11/8, 11/6 )35m)
Sanjay Singh
[1] Cameron Pilley

5/11, 11/3, 11/3, 11/5 (57m)

[8] Rex Hedrick

[1] Cameron Pilley


11/8, 9/11, 11/4, 6/11, 11/8 (96m)


[3] Ryan Cuskelly

[1] Cameron Pilley



11/7, 5/11, 11/6, 11/5 (82m)



Paul Coll

Sanjay Singh (Mas)
11/2, 11/5, 11/9
Jonathan Maloney (Eng)

Evan Williams (Nzl)
 11/2, 9/11, 11/6, 9/11, 11/8
[Q] Robert Downer (Eng)
Evan Williams
8/11, 11/7, 11/6, 11/1 (53m)
[8] Rex Hedrick
[8] Rex Hedrick (Aus)
 9/11, 11/3, 11/6, 11/3
[Q] Kush Kumar (Ind)
[6] Mahesh Mangaonkar (Ind)
11/4, 9/11, 11/0, 11/9
[Q] Rhys Dowling (Aus)
[6] Mahesh Mangaonkar
7/11, 4/11, 11/9, 11/9, 11/7 (88m)
Steve Finitsis
Steve Finitsis

11/7, 10/12, 12/10, 4/11, 11/6 (116m)

[3] Ryan Cuskelly

Steve Finitsis (Aus)
11/6, 4/11, 11/6, 8/11, 11/6
[Q] Kashif Shuja (Nzl)

Tayyab Aslam (Pak)
10/12, 11/7, 11/7, 8/11, 11/3
[Q] Sean Conroy (Irl)

Tayyab Aslam
11/9, 11/7, 11/7 (39m)
[3] Ryan Cuskelly

[3] Ryan Cuskelly (Aus)
 11/6, 12/10, 11/5
Lance Beddoes (Nzl)

Jaymie Haycocks (Eng)
11/8, 11/5, 8/11, 11/7
[4] Leo Au (Hkg)

[4] Leo Au
7/11, 11/3, 5/11, 11/9, 11/1 (70m)
Zac Alexander
[4] Leo Au

11/9, 11/6, 11/8 (51m)

Paul Coll

Paul Coll


 7/11, 11/3, 9/11, 11/5, 11/6 (65m)


[5] Nasir Iqbal

Zac Alexander (Aus)
11/8, 11/8, 8/11, 11/9
[Q] Mike Corren (Aus)

Paul Coll (Nzl)
11/13, 11/4, 12/10, 11/6
[Q] Josh Masters (Eng)
Paul Coll
11/7, 11/6, 11/7
[7] Greg Lobban
Matthew Hopkin (Aus)
11/4, 11/7, 11/5
[7] Greg Lobban (Sco)

Leandro Romiglio (Arg)
11/5, 11/7, 11/8
[5] Nasir Iqbal (Pak)

[5] Nasir Iqbal
11/6, 8/11, 11/4, 4/11, 11/8 (57m)
Farhan Zaman
[5] Nasir Iqbal

8/11, 11/8, 11/9, 11/6 (59m)

[2] Nafiizwan Adnan

Farhan Zaman (Pak)
11/7, 4/11, 11/8, 11/6
Dougie Kempsell (Sco)

Harinderpal Sandhu (Ind)
11/8, 6/11, 11/3, 11/9
[wc] Josh Larkin (Aus)

Harinderpal Sandhu
11/4, 7/11, 11/4, 13/15, 11/9 (83m)
[2] Nafiizwan Adnan

[Q] Chris vd Salm (Nzl)
11/7, 8/11, 11/6, 11/8
[2] Nafiizwan Adnan

04-Aug, Qualifying Finals:

Robert Downer (Eng) 3-0 Thomas Calvert (Aus)             11/6, 11/3, 11/7
Chris Van Der Salm (Nzl) 3-1 Darcy Evans (Aus)    8/11, 11/4, 11/8, 11/8
Rhys Dowling (Aus) 3-0 Alex Noakes (Eng)                    11/5, 11/7, 11/8
Kashif Shuja (Nzl) 3-0 Adrian Ostbye (Nor)                  11/5, 13/11, 11/7
Joshua Masters (Eng) 3-0 Manuel Wanner (Sui)              11/6, 11/8, 11/5
Mike Corren (Aus) 3-0 Ben Grindrod (Nzl)                     11/4, 11/6, 11/6
Kush Kumar (Ind) 3-1 Martin Svec (Cze)               9/11, 11/7, 11/3, 11/8
Sean Conroy (Irl) 3-0 Lewis Doughty (Eng)                   11/8, 11/5, 11/6

03-Aug, Qualifying Round One Results:

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Australian Open 2015
03-09 Aug, Melbourne, $27k
Round One
05 Aug
Round Two
06 Aug
07 Aug
08 Aug
09 Aug

[1] Annie Au (Hkg)

[1] Annie Au
11/7, 11/6, 11/6 (28m)
[11] Liu Tsz/Ling
[1] Annie Au

11/7, 11/4, 11/8 (34m)

[6] Joshana Chinappa

[1] Annie Au


7/11, 11/8, 11/5, 12/10 (44m)


[3] Rachael Grinham

[1] Annie Au




11/5, 11/6, 11/9  (36m)



[2] Joelle King

[11] Liu Tsz/Ling (Hkg)
11/7, 11/6, 11/3
Jessica Turnbull (Aus)

[12] Megan Craig (Nzl)
11/2, 11/5, 11/0
Selena Shaikh (Aus)

[12] Megan Craig
5/11, 11/6, 11/6, 11/8 (40m)
[6] Joshana Chinappa

[6] Joshana Chinappa (Ind)
 11/6, 11/6, 11/3
Alexia Clonda (Est)

[7] Joey Chan (Hkg)
11/7, 11/3, 11/5
Teh Min Jie (Mas)
[7] Joey Chan
13/11, 11/7, 11/7 (29m)
Rachel Arnold
[7] Joey Chan

11/9, 11/6, 13/11 (31m)

[3] Rachael Grinham

[16] Cheyna Tucker (Rsa)
11/9, 11/9, 11/5
Rachel Arnold (Mas)

[9] Siyoli Waters (Rsa)
12/10, 11/8, 11/9
Sachika Ingale (Ind)
[9] Siyoli Waters
11/3, 7/11, 11/8, 8/11, 11/8 (44m)
[3] Rachael Grinham

[3] Rachael Grinham (Aus)

Moana Gray (Aus)
 11/3, 11/1, 11/3
[4] Delia Arnold (Mas)
[4] Delia Arnold
11/7, 11/5, 11/5 (25m)
Alexandra Fuller
[4] Delia Arnold

9/11, 7/11, 11/4, 11/8, 12/10 (66m)

[5] Line Hansen

[4] Delia Arnold


14/12, 11/2, 11/7 (47m)


[2] Joelle King

Alexandra Fuller (Rsa)
 9/11, 11/6, 11/3, 9/11, 11/9
[14] Sarah Cardwell (Aus)

Jasmine Chan (Hkg)
11/3, 11/3, 11/4
[10] Amanda Landers-Murphy (Nzl)
[10] Amanda Landers-Murphy
11/13, 11/9, 11/9, 13/11 (63m)
[5] Line Hansen
Reyna Pacheco (Mex) (Den)
11/1, 11/5, 11/3
[5] Line Hansen

Danielle Foure (Nzl)
11/6, 12/10, 11/4
[8] Donna Urquhart (Aus)

[8] Donna Urquhart
11/8, 11/5, 11/4 (21m)
Lisa Camilleri
[8] Donna Urquhart

11/4, 7/11, 12/10, 12/10 (50m)

[2] Joelle King

Lisa Camilleri (Aus)
8/11, 13/11, 11/6, 11/7
[15] Vanessa Raj (Mas)

Stephanie Wigton (Aus)
 11/4, 11/5, 11/5
[13] Christine Nunn (Aus)

[13] Christine Nunn
1/11, 11/5, 11/1, 11/1 (35m)
[2] Joelle King

[2] Joelle King (Nzl)

Double Kiwi success in Melbourne semis
as Pilley survives all-Aussie marathon

The first two semi-finals at Melbourne Squash and Aquatic Centre bost saw New Zealand winners as Joelle King continued her comeback with a straight-game win over Delie Arnold and undeeded Paul Coll continued his spectacular run to beat Nasir Iqbal in five games.

There was disappointment for the home crowd in the second women's semi as top seed Annie Au came from a game down to overcome Rachael Grinham, but as far as the Aussie fans were concerned the best was kept for last as top seed Cameron Pilley beat Ryan Cuskelly in an all-Aussie marathon.

Ross Solly reports

Australia’s Cameron Pilley will take on his New Zealand training partner Paul Coll in Sunday’s final of the Australian Open squash in Melbourne.

Pilley beat fellow Australian Ryan Cuskelly over five sets 11-8, 9-11, 11-4, 6-11, 11-8, to move into Sunday’s final.

“He beat me in the nationals in December, and I knew if he played that well again today he’d beat me again,” Pilley said.

“I had to limit his options. There were patches where I restricted him to nothing, and other times he was too good for me.”

An Australian has not won an Open title since Stewart Boswell’s victory in 2009, but Pilley is looking forward to the challenge.

“It would be pretty special with the return of the Australian Open to have an Australian win it,” Pilley said. “I went pretty close before, losing the fifth set to Stewart Boswell 11-9, so hopefully tomorrow will be different.

“It will be a little weird playing Paul, given we train together so much.”

Coll came into the Australian Open unseeded, but has claimed several big scalps on his way to the final, including the fourth, fifth and seventh seeds.

He beat Pakistan fifth seed, Nasir Iqbal, 7-11, 11-3, 9-11, 11-5, 11-6, and credited much of his improvement in form to training in The Netherlands with Cameron Pilley.

“Words can’t describe how happy I am now,” he said. “I didn’t even think I could do it, I’ve had to change my flight home because I’m supposed to be leaving in an hour from now.

“I train a lot with Pilley, but I wouldn’t say I know his game because he’s pretty tricky. And I played Ryan last week – I just know it’s going to be tough.”

Rachael Grinham’s fairytale of a second Australian Open title ten years after her first was snuffed out in four games by Hong Kong’s Annie Au. 38-year-old Grinham won the opening game , but then Au took control to take the next three and move into Sunday’s final.

She’ll come up against former world number four Joelle King, who has played better as the tournament progresses.

The New Zealander is playing in just her second tournament since a serious Achilles injury, and beat Malaysia’s Delia Arnold 14-12, 11-2, 11-7 to book her finals spot.

“Coming back from injury, it was a big hill to climb, so now I feel like everything else is a bonus,” she said. "I’m really enjoying myself on court, which I guess sometimes when you do something for a living you put too much pressure on yourself.

"I think coming back and feeling free to express myself on there is something that’s really nice to feel.”

Men's Draw

Women's Draw

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07-Aug, Quarters:  
Iqbal and Coll crash into Melbourne semis

While the women's semi-finals will be as predicted by the seedings, there were two significant upsets in the men's quarer-finals in Melbourne.

Unseeded Kiw Paul Coll beat fourth seed Leo Au in straight games while young Pakistani Nasir Iqbal got the better of second seed  Nafiizwan Adnan in just under an hour's play. They'll meet to guarantee a surprise finalist.

The top half of the draw was already sure to produce an Australian finalist, and top seed Cameron Pilley and third seeded Ryan Cuskelly won through their all-Aussie matches. Pilley came from a game down to beat Rex Hedrick, while Cuskelly took just short of two hours to get past Steve Finitsis in five.

In the women's draw the top sour seeds, including Australia's Rachael Grinham, will contest the semi-finals after contrasting quarter-final victories.

Grinham beat Hong Kong's Joey Chan in straight games to set up a meeting with another HK player, top seed Annie Au, a straight-games winner over Joshana Chinappa.

In the bottom half of the draw Joelle King and Delia Arnold both survived tough encounters, second seed King beating Donna Urqhart in four, winning the last two games 12/10, Arnold coming from two games down to defeat Denmark's Line Hansen.

Ross Solly reports

Ten years after winning her only Australian Open squash title, evergreen Rachael Grinham is just one win away from playing in another final.

38-year-old Grinham could not have been more impressive in beating seventh seed Joey Chan, of Hong Kong, in straight games 11-9, 11-6, 13-11 at the Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre.

The tournament third seed will now play another Hong Kong player, to seed Annie Au, in Saturday’s semi-final.

In the men’s draw, Australia is guaranteed a player in Sunday’s final with top seed Cameron Pilley and third seed Ryan Cuskelly to face off in one of Saturday’s semi-finals.

Grinham said she didn’t expect to get this far in the tournament.

“I’ve had a few issues in the months leading up to this, so on a personal level I came here not having any expectations how I was going to play,” she said. “But I’ve managed to pick up my form a bit, I’ve been getting a bit more confidence.

“To be fair this wasn’t one of Joey’s better days. I’m not the fittest, I haven’t plated that many matches, I had to take every opportunity that was there.”

Both Cuskelly and Pilley are chasing their first ever Australian titles, with Pilley beating fellow Australian Rex Hedrick 5-11, 11-3, 11-3, 11-5 in the quarter finals.

And Cuskelly had to see off determined fellow Australian, Steve Finitsis, who had his third consecutive five-game marathon at the Open. 28-year-old Cuskelly eventually triumphed 11-7, 10-12, 12-10, 4-11, 11-6.

“That was my first five game match for two weeks, so it was pretty tough,” Cuskelly said.

"He played really well and attacked, and I was a bit defensive tonight. I have to work on that for the next round, because I want to be aggressive but I was a bit defensive, so lesson learned.

“I won the first a little easier so I thought he might slow down, but he came out firing.”

In Saturday’s other semi-finals, two New Zealanders will have a chance to make Sunday’s finals.

Former world number four Joelle King will continue her comeback from serious injury when she takes on Malaysia’s Dalia Arnold.

King beat Australia’s Donna Urquhart in four games to make the semi, while in the men’s draw fellow New Zealander Paul Coll - the only unseeded player left in the tournament - will take on Pakistani fifth seed, Nasir Igbal.

Men's Draw

Women's Draw

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06-Aug, Round Two
Coll and Finitsis suprise in Melbourne

Round two at the Melbourne Squash & Aquatic Centre saw two upsets in the men's draw as Paul Coll beat seventh seed Greg Lobban in straight game and Steve Finitsis took out sixth seed Mahesh Mangaonkar, coming from two games down to win in 88 minutes.

No upsets in the women's draw as all eight seeds made it through to the quarters.

Gritty Grinham into Australian Quarters
Report from Ross Solly of SquashOZ:

It took her five gruelling games, but Australia’s Rachael Grinham is into the quarter finals of the Australian Open Squash in Melbourne.

Also through is Australia’s second-ranked female, Donna Urquhart, who will take on former world number four, Joelle King of New Zealand, in Friday’s quarter finals.

Four Australian men are through to the quarterfinals, headed by top seed Cameron Pilley and third seed Ryan Cuskelly.

Grinham, seeded third in Melbourne, had to dig deep to beat South Africa’s Siyoli Waters 11-3, 7-11, 11-8, 8-11, 11-8.

“I knew it was going to be a tough match, as Siyoli is a form player at the moment,” Grinham said.

“I’ve been looking forward to it, hanging around for a week waiting to play. Win or lose I would have enjoyed it, but obviously I’m happy to have won it.”

Urquhart has looked in good form over the open two rounds with two 3-0 wins, the latest against fellow Australian and Commonwealth Games doubles partner, Lisa Camilleri.

Urquhart will next take on second seed King, who is playing her second tournament since a major Achilles injury.

“I feel like Lisa maybe let me off with a few unforced errors today,” Urquhart said.

“Joelle has been as high as number four in the world, and I still regard her as a top class player. I go out there tomorrow expecting that from her and nothing less.”

Also through to the quarter finals is tournament top seed Annie Au of Hong Kong, and fourth seed Delia Arnold, of Malaysia.

In the men’s draw Pilley, Cuskelly, Rex Hedrick and Steve Finitsis are the Australians through to the quarters.

Second seed Nafiizwan Adnan had to survive a five-set thriller against India’s Harinder Sandhu, with Hong Kong’s Leo Au and Nasir Iqbal also needing five sets to make the quarters.

Finitsis has had two five-set matches in a row to make day three, the latest against Indian sixth seed Mahesh Mangaonkar 7-11, 4-11, 11-9, 11-9, 11-7.

“I’m happy to get another win, especially after being two-love down,” Finitsis said.

“I just tried to fire myself up and be more aggressive. I won the third and then just had to hang in there, I guess I was lucky to get through.”


Men's Draw

Women's Draw

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05-Aug, Round One
Cam on form after three months' rest

Australian squash fans have waited three years for their premiere tournament to return, and they weren’t let down on the opening day of the Australian Open at the Melbourne Sport and Aquatic Centre where the CWG took place in 2006.

And while the Australian men gave the home crowd plenty to cheer about, it was a tougher day at the office for the women, with some notable exceptions.

Men’s top seed, Cameron Pilley, had an 11/5, 11/4, 11/5 win over Welshman Joel Makin. “I haven’t played a tournament since May, the British Open, so I was always going to be a bit edgy, a bit nervous.

“If you think about being the top seed you put a bit of pressure on yourself that you don’t need, but a little bit of pressure is not a bad thing.

“It’s in the back of my mind. I’ve been close before, but I’ve never been the number one seed. It’s a tough event with some tough players

Australian third seed, Ryan Cuskelly, carried on the form that won him last weekend’s Victorian Open with an 11/6, 12/10, 11/5 win over New Zealand’s Lance Beddoes.

“It was pretty hard to get going again after just two days rest,” Cuskelly said. I’m still feeling a bit flat after last week. I’ve had a lot of matches, this is my fourth tournament in a row. But I feel better this week than I did last week.”

There were several five/set winners on the opening day of the main draw, including New Zealand’s Evan Williams 11/2, 9/11, 11/6, 9/11, 11/8 win over England’s Robert Downer.

Australia’s Steve Finitsis was also made to work hard for his 11/6, 4/11, 11/6, 8/11, 11/6 win over New Zealand veteran, Kashif Shuja.

In the women’s draw, top seeds Annie Au, Joelle King and Rachael Grinham had the day off, but there were good wins for Malaysia’s Arnold sisters, Rachel and Delia, New Zealand pair Megan Craig and Amanda Landers/Murphy, and Denmark’s Line Hansen (Mrs Cameron Pilley for those who missed their wedding in Vegas a few weeks ago).

Of the Australians, Donna Urquhart had an 11/6, 12/10, 11/4 win over New Zealand’s Danielle Fourie, and will next play fellow Australian Lisa Camilleri, who showed no signs of the injury that has plagued her this year with an 8/11, 13/11, 11/6, 11/7 win over Malaysia’s Vanessa Raj.

This is one of the biggest events I’ve played for a long time, I was a little bit shaky out there actually,” Camilleri said. “I’ve just had five months off with my hip, but every match I play it’s getting a little better.”

There was also a straight sets win for Australia’s Christine Nunn, 11/4, 11/5, 11/5, over fellow Australian Stephanie Wighton. She’ll take on Joelle King in one of the matches of the day on Thursday.

“There all tough matches here,” Nunn said
. “She’ll be well rested for tomorrow. I’ve never played her before, so I’m really excited. “I haven’t played a lot of the top 20 players before, it’s all part of the experience. There’s lots to learn from those girls.”

Men's Draw

Women's Draw

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Return of the Australian Open
attracts quality field

If the quality of entries can be used as a guide, the return of the Australian Open to the national calendar this year can already be considered an enormous success.

The women’s draw has attracted 12 players ranked in the top 50 in the world, headed by Hong Kong’s Annie Au, New Zealand’s Joelle King and Australia’s own Rachael Grinham.

And the men’s draw will be headed by Australia’s Cameron Pilley, with players from Malaysia, Hong Kong, Pakistan and India snapping at his heels.

Annie Au is currently ranked 10th in the world and has been in outstanding form in recent weeks. She won two big events in her home country of Hong Kong, including the HKFC International, and also finished runner-up to World number one, Malaysia’s Nicol David, in the Asian Championship.

New Zealand’s Joelle King, who beat Annie Au in the 2009 Australian Open final, is second seed in Melbourne, as she continues her return to squash after injury. The 26/year/old was ranked fourth in the world before injury struck her down last year, but made the quarter finals of the British Open on her return to the playing arena.

2005 Australian Open winner and world number 14 Rachael Grinham is seeded three this year, with in-form Donna Urquhart the next best Australian, seeded eight. While Nicol David won’t be in Melbourne to chase a hat/trick of Australian Open titles, Malaysia will be well represented by world number 15, Delia Arnold. Arnold made the semi/finals of this year’s British Open, defeating Annie Au on her way.

In the men’s draw, three-time Australian Open runner-up and duel Commonwealth Games gold medalist Cameron Pilley will have his best chance to finally break through for a national title. Pilley, 19th in the world, took a break from squash after the British Open to freshen up for his assault on the Australian title [and to get married!].

Malaysia’s Nafiizwan Adnan is looming as Pilley’s major threat, with an impressive victory in this month’s New Zealand Open and quarter finals in both the HKFC International and the Asian Championships this year already.

Australia’s Ryan Cuskelly is seeded three, after some outstanding results in North America this year. 27-year-old Cuskelly won the Northern Ontario Championship and the Oregon Open, made the semi-finals of the Pittsburgh Open and the quarter finals of the Houston Open.

Squash & Racquetball Victoria Executive Director, Fiona Young, said the quality of entries for this year’s Australian Open is outstanding.

“To have 18 players ranked in the world top 50 is fantastic and we are keen to show the sporting public how good squash can be live. The all glass court is a great showcase for the sport and we are hoping for sell/out crowds for the finals. Melbourne is the sporting capital of Australia, so come on Victorians let’s prove it! ”

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