In alle vroegte liep squash Delft al snel vol, langzaamaan druppelde de eerste amateurs het squashcentrum aan de brasserskade binnen om zich te melden. Een record van 104 deelnemers in diverse categorien, met als afsluitende hoogtepunt de PSA finale vanavond om 18.30 uur.
After a day of upsets and revenge at Hong Kong Squash Centre yesterday some of the semi-final lineups at the Kowloon Cultural Centre on the harbourside overlooking Hong Kong Island, had an unfamiliar feel to them, particularly the women's semi-finals where top seed and six-time defending champion Nicol David was the only one of the original top eight seeds remaining.
A day of 50% upsets as Annie advances, Greg and Nicol close in on repeat finals. Well, what a start to quarter-finals day as Hong Kong's own Annie Au continued the trend of upsets in the women's event as she came from 2/1 down to beat third seed Rachael Grinham to delight the packed crowd at the Hong Kong Squash Centre.
Een spannende ochtend vanmorgen met vele bekenden van voorgaande jaren in de Kean Delft Open 2011. Titelverdediger Meguid had een makkelijke partij tegen de Zwitser Daehler.
On a dramatic day of second round action at the Hong Kong Squash Centre, the women's Hong Kong Open lost three of its top seeds but gained a home quarter-finalist for the first time ever, not once but twice!
De squashers van Didacticum Victoria Rotterdam hebben gisteravond hun tweede nederlaag van het seizoen geleden. De eredivisionist ging bij Maastricht met 9-4 onderuit tegen de nummer twee van de ranglijst.
It was a good day for the Egyptian contingent at Hong Kong Squash Centre as they provided five of today's winners in the men's draw, with Tarek Momen the only one of nine qualifiers in action to survive.
Qualifying complete, it was on to the main draw at Hong Kong Squash Centre, split over two days with play on the Centre's unique Centre Court and 'upstairs' on court 9. No upsets, no joy for the home players, no sweat for the newly-recrowned world champions and top seeds, but tough battles for two Englishmen
The World Squash Federation (WSF) formally announced today that the 2014 WSF Women's World Team Squash Championship has been awarded to Canada. The event will take place at White Oaks Conference Resort & Spa (The Club at White Oaks) in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, from 1-6 December 2014.
The KEAN Delft Open begins in less than 3 days with 16 international players representing 11 different countries including such nations as England, Australia, New Zealand, Switzerland and Holland just to mention a few. This is world ranking event with a prize purse of $5000 up for grabs.
Australian Mike Corren successfully defended his Caboolture Open crown when he beat fellow countryman Rex Hedrick in the final of the PSA World Tour Challenger 5 squash event at Caboolture Squash & Fitness Club in Caboolture in Queensland, Australia.
The world's largest squash spectator event, the JP Morgan Tournament of Champions, will celebrate 15 years of competition by the world's best professional players in Grand Central Terminal in New York when the 2012 championship takes place from 20-26 January. The only sports championship hosted annually in Grand Central Terminal, the JP Morgan Tournament of Champions is one of the most coveted titles on the Professional Squash Association (PSA) World Tour, and a favourite venue of the players.
Nick Matthew, the world number one who earlier this month claimed the PSA World Open title for the second year in a row, is favourite in this week's Cathay Pacific Sun Hung Kai Financial Hong Kong Open - a PSA World Series title the Englishman has yet to win.
Both Hong Kong hopefuls bowed out in the men's qualifying finals at the Hong Kong Squash Centre, but two of the products of the Girls' development program provided home success [and then drew the top two seeds in the main draw], while France's Mathieu Castagnet celebrated his 25th birthday with a first-ever place in the main draw.
A pair of Hong Kong players survived today's first qualifying round of the Cathay Pacific Sun Hung Kai Financial Hong Kong Open to raise hopes of extending home interest in the main draw of the seventh PSA World Series squash event of the year this week in Hong Kong.