Alison Waters and Jenny Duncalf reached the second round of the Hong Kong Open today with victories in contrasting styles. While the fourth-seeded Waters routed Japanese qualifier Misaki Kobayashi 3/0 in only 24 minutes, the fifth-seeded Duncalf ... Noodls, 2 days ago
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The 30-year-old Malaysian needed just 35 minutes to dispose of Cornett as she opened her campaign for an eighth successive Hong Kong title in fine style. In the second round today, David will meet Frenchwoman Camille Serme, who dumped England's ...Hong Kong Standard, 1 day ago
Images courtesy of Steve Cubbins/squashsite.co.uk . Article courtesy of the Women's Squash Association. Malaysia's world number one Nicol David successfully began her defense of the Women's Cathay Pacific Sun Hung Kai Financial Hong Kong Open ...Noodls, 1 day ago Blatchford and Khan Ousted in Hong Kong Qualifying Finals Noodls, 3 days ago
Au needed 68 minutes to dispose of the battling Egyptian and ensure home fans had something to cheer about as two other Hong Kong players fell at the first hurdle. Liu Tsz-ling lost to Egyptian third seed Raneem El Weleily 11-7, 11-6, 11-8 while ...Hong Kong Standard, 2 days ago
HAPPY HUNTING GROUND: Aims to end year on a high with victory for her eighth Hong Kong Open title NICOL David will attempt to end 2013 on a high when she begins her bid for an eighth consecutive Hong Kong Open title tomorrow, in contrast to how ...New Straits Times, 4 days ago Carol Gracias Taaza.com, 3 weeks ago SQUASH: Nicol, Wee Wern on collision course New Straits Times, 1 month ago SQUASH: Wee Wern through to last eight New Straits Times, 1 month ago
With only a single point separating the top two Premier Squash League ( PSL ) teams in Group A - and just a 'games loss' total providing the difference between the pair leading Group B - the tension is already mounting after Tuesday's third round of ...Noodls, 2 weeks ago
WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS: Beng Hee, Nafiizwan sent packing in Manchester MALAYSIAN interest at the Men's World Championship ended in Manchester on Tuesday following the second round exits of Ong Beng Hee and Nafiizwan Adnan. After tough first round ...New Straits Times, 1 month ago
New Zealand fourth seed Joelle King's consistent form in 2013 continued with a semi-final exit at the China Open squash tournament in Shanghai. King succumbed 11-5 9-11 11-3 11-6 to second seeded Egyptian Raneem El Weleily in just over half an ...MSN New Zealand, 1 month ago
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Kiwi player Joelle King has easily advanced to the last four at the China Squash Open in Shanghai. The world number five bounced back from a game down to beat English sixth seed Jenny Duncalf 3-1. King will now face Egyptian world number three ...Yahoo!Xtra, 1 month ago Squash: First up win for Joelle King at China Open (Newstalk ZB) Yahoo!Xtra, 1 month ago
Fourth seed Joelle King of New Zealand has recovered from a slow start to qualify for the quarter-finals of the China Open squash tournament in Shanghai. World No.5 King lost the first game before overcoming unseeded Hong Kong opponent Annie Au ...MSN New Zealand, 1 month ago
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