Saurav Ghosal back in top 20 of world rankings
Saurav Ghosal back in top 20 of world rankings

India's top male player Saurav Ghosal on Saturday returned to the top 20 of PSA men's rankings for the first time since November last year, moving two spots to 19th position.

David into British Open semis as Egyptian duo miss out
David into British Open semis as Egyptian duo miss out

Record-breaking world number one Nicol David moved closer to her sixth British Open title with a quarter-final win in Hull, northern England, on Friday.

Nicol David battles through to British Open quarters
Nicol David battles through to British Open quarters

Reigning champion Nicol David had to come from behind against one of the tour`s most improved players on Thursday before reaching the quarter-finals in search of her sixth British Open title.

Chinappa loses to David in Asian Squash semis
Chinappa loses to David in Asian Squash semis

 The Indian challenge at the Asian Squash Championships ended here with Joshana Chinappa losing to World No.1 Nicol David in straight games.

Nicol David captures eighth world title
Nicol David captures eighth world title

Nicol David extended her record of world titles to eight on Saturday when she saved four match points to overcome third-seeded Egyptian Raneem El Weleily, 5-11, 11-8 7-11, 14-12, 11-5.

Advantage Nicol David as Laura Massaro slumps to defeat
Advantage Nicol David as Laura Massaro slumps to defeat

World champion Laura Massaro`s title defence was ended in bitter-sweet fashion by her friend and team mate when she lost in four up-and-down games to a Alison Waters in the quarter-finals.

Nicol David given good workout before making last eight
Nicol David given good workout before making last eight

Malaysia`s seven-time world champion Nicol David`s bid to regain her crown progressed on Tuesday as she became the first player to reach the quarter-finals but she was forced to battle surprisingly hard in both the first two games of her match in Cairo.

Nicol David happy with win over Egyptian teenager
Nicol David happy with win over Egyptian teenager

Malaysia`s seven-time women`s world squash champion Nicol David overcame a tough early challenge before seeing off plucky Egyptian teenager Yathreb Adel 11-9, 11-6, 11-3 in their world championships first round clash in Cairo on Monday.

Nicol David targets world title revenge
Nicol David targets world title revenge

 Nicol David will have achieved three records within one year if she regains the World Championship title from Laura Massaro at the Wadi Degla club from Monday.

Egypt to host 2014 Women's World Squash Championship

The 2014 Women's World Squash Championship will take place in Egypt in December following an agreement reached this week between the Women's Squash Association (WSA) and Wadi Degla Holding.

Malaysia's Nicol David savours fourth squash singles gold
Malaysia's Nicol David savours fourth squash singles gold

Like all dominant athletes, Asian Games squash champion Nicol David really hates to lose, and while her sport failed with its bid to get onto the 2020 Tokyo Olympics programme the Malaysian is not giving up that easily.

Malaysia's Nicol David savours fourth squash singles gold
Malaysia's Nicol David savours fourth squash singles gold

Like all dominant athletes, Asian Games squash champion Nicol David really hates to lose, and while her sport failed with its bid to get onto the 2020 Tokyo Olympics programme the Malaysian is not giving up that easily.

Asian Games: Nicol David claims women`s squash gold
Asian Games: Nicol David claims women`s squash gold

Malaysia`s world number one Nicol David fought back from a game down to overcome compatriot Low Wee Wern and take the Asian Games women`s squash gold on Tuesday.

Dipika Pallikal settles for bronze in Asiad 2014

Indian squash player Dipika Pallikal could not better the colour of her assured bronze as she lost to world number one Nicol David in the women's singles semifinals of the 17th Asian Games here today.

Thomas Bach hope for Nicol David`s Olympic squash bid
Thomas Bach hope for Nicol David`s Olympic squash bid

Malaysia`s world number one Nicol David said she still held out hope of getting squash into the Olympics as she kicked off her Asian Games title defence on Sunday.

Malaysia squash queen Nicol David feeling pressure of dominance

With the Asian Games fast approaching, Malaysia`s squash queen Nicol David is starting to feel the pressure after almost a decade at the top of her sport.

It`s now or never for Indian squash, says disheartened Dipika Pallikal

Squash sensation Dipika Pallikal hopes her and Joshana Chinappa`s path-breaking doubles gold at the Commonwealth Games raises the profile of the racket sport in India and all stakeholders make a "much needed" effort to meet the dearth of world-class tournaments in the country.

Commonwealth Games: Pallikal-Chinappa stun World No. 1 Malaysian pair in doubles

Squash stars Dipika Pallikal and Joshana Chinappa made a big stride towards ending India`s medal drought at the Commonwealth Games by beating the mighty Malaysian pair of World No.1 Nicol David and Low Wee Wern in the women`s doubles here on Wednesday.

Commonwealth Games: David drops game on way to semi-finals

Nicol David dropped her first game of the tournament but made it safely through to the semi-finals of the women`s squash tournament at the Commonwealth Games on Saturday along with men`s top seed Nick Matthew.

Nicol David in cruise control, Laura Massaro struggles at CWG

Top seeds Nicol David and Laura Massaro moved into the last eight of the Commonwealth Games women`s squash tournament on Friday, but in dramatically contrasting circumstances.