Top Eight set for Queen's
Fittingly, it will be world's
eight top ranked players who contest the Super Series Finals at
The Queen's Club in March ...
Full Match Schedule ...
As you walk from Baron’s Court tube station to the famous English
Club, you cannot help feeling like you are in a time warp. The
imposing building sits as if it owns the place, and its calm
tradition impregnates the whole neighbourhood ...
The Queen’s Club
to be new home
world-famous Queen’s Club in London will play host to the
ATCO Super Series Squash Finals in 2009 ...
France's Gregory Gaultier
claimed the ATCO Super Series Finals title, beating world number one
Amr Shabana in the final ... daily coverage from Broadgate ...
Squashed by a Pro
BBC reporter Pranav Soneji takes
on Lee Beachill ...
Defending champion Ramy withdraws
Egypt’s Ramy Ashour, who in 2007 won the championships on his debut,
has confirmed his withdrawal from the ATCO Super Series Finals –
London 2008. The charismatic 20-year-old has
been unable to recover fully from a hamstring injury sustained
during the recent Dunlop British Open in Liverpool and his
withdrawal will see England’s former World No.1 Lee Beachill
join a star studded eight man player line-up.
Furthermore, Karim Darwish, who came in as a replacement for Nick
Matthew, has also withdrawn, so the final place is taken by
Malaysia's Ong Beng Hee.
Nick Matthew has been forced to
withdraw from the Finals, he will be replaced by Karim Darwish
glad to be back
people have no idea how fortunate we are to have Ramy Ashour
playing at all this year, let alone contending again for titles ...
Back to Broadgate
This year the event is back to
its London home, and back to its traditional May dates when squash
fans in the capital will be able to watch the world's best players
once more ...
Ramy takes debut
Considering how Ramy Ashour has dominated the PSA Super Series
events held this year, it's fitting that he should walk away
with the Super Series Finals title here in Manchester ...
The End of the Race : a preview
There is no event as
significant as a tour-end championship. By providing a finishing
tape it makes the World Tour a race, creates a home straight, and
links the world from New York's Grand Central Terminal to the
shimmering Gulf of Arabia and beyond ...
Super Series Promoter looks
forward to reaching new audiences
Ziad Al-Turki first became
associated with squash in 2005 when he launched the
Saudi International, a PSA
Super Series Platinum event in Al-Khobar, Saudi Arabia, and in a
remarkably short space of time he has become arguably the most
important person in the sport.
Manchester To Host
ATCO Super Series Finals
Just weeks after concluding a seven-year agreement with the PSA to
re-launch the PSA Super Series Finals, Ziad Al-Turki,
Vice-President of the ATCO Group, and Paul Walters, founder
of the internationalSPORTgroup, have confirmed that this year's
championships will be held in Manchester, England, from 9-12 August.