Saurav Ghosal gets the better of World No.7 Tarek Momen again
Saurav Ghosal gets the better of World No.7 Tarek Momen again

India's top male squash player Saurav Ghosal upstaged World No.7 Tarek Momen for the second successive time this month to enter the quarterfinals at the PSA Grasshopper Cup here.

Saurav Ghosal gets past world no.7 after Egyptian thriller
Saurav Ghosal gets past world no.7 after Egyptian thriller

India's top male squash player Saurav Ghosal pulled off a thriller against world no.7 Tarek Momen to enter the pre-quarterfinals of the USD 150,000 El Gouna International tournament here.

Women's squash Association returns to Pakistan after 7 years
Women's squash Association returns to Pakistan after 7 years

Bahria Town in Rawalpindi will host the first Women's Squash Association (WSA) World Tour event in Pakistan for almost seven years.

Sarah-Jane Perry proves too hot for Dipika Pallikal in Toronto clash
Sarah-Jane Perry proves too hot for Dipika Pallikal in Toronto clash

India's top squash player Dipika Pallikal finished runner-up at the WSA Granite Open after losing to England's Sarah-Jane Perry in an action-packed final.

Dipika Pallikal pulls off pulsating semifinal against Joshana Chinappa
Dipika Pallikal pulls off pulsating semifinal against Joshana Chinappa

Dipika Pallikal defeated India teammate Joshana Chinappa in a close contest to enter the final of WSA Granite Open squash tournament here.

Dipika Pallikal, Joshana Chinappa set up all-Indian semifinal in Toronto
Dipika Pallikal, Joshana Chinappa set up all-Indian semifinal in Toronto

Indian squash hierarchy will be put to the test in the semi-finals of the Granite Open when the country's top two players Dipika Pallikal and Joshana Chinappa meet for a place in the final of the WSA International 25 event here.

Krish Kapur shocks top seed Harshit Muchhal to enter final
Krish Kapur shocks top seed Harshit Muchhal to enter final

West Bengal's Krish Kapur stunned top seed Harshit Muchhal of Delhi in straight games to enter the under 19 boys' final in the 2-Star Matunga Gymkhana All India Junior Open Squash Tournament here on Wednesday.

Dipika Pallikal, Joshana Chinappa reach quarters in Toronto
Dipika Pallikal, Joshana Chinappa reach quarters in Toronto

India's top squash players Dipika Pallikal and Joshana Chinappa have advanced to the women's singles quarterfinals at the Granite Open here.

Dipika Pallikal clinches Winnipeg squash title
Dipika Pallikal clinches Winnipeg squash title

 After conceding a game in the opening round, top seed Dipika Pallikal showed her true class in the Winnipeg Winter Club Women's Open by reclaiming the World Squash Association (WSA) Challenger 15 title without dropping a further game.

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.

Indian squash scaled unprecedented heights in 2014
Indian squash scaled unprecedented heights in 2014

 Indian squash never had it better than 2014 as a bagful of firsts, highlighted by a gold each in the Commonwealth Games and Asian Games, marked a highly successful year for the racquet sport.

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.

Low Wee Wern proves Malaysia`s heroine again

Low Wee Wern, a heroine of Malaysia`s record-breaking run into the world team final at Niagara Falls eight days ago, made a wonderful recovery to avoid a startling let-down and a shock defeat in the women`s squash world championships 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.

India blanked 0-3 by France in women's world squash
India blanked 0-3 by France in women's world squash

Sans their top squash player Dipika Pallikal, India's struggle continued as they were blanked 0-3 by France for their second straight defeat in the ongoing WSF Women's World Team Squash Championship here.

 Indian women's squash team suffers second defeat
 Indian women's squash team suffers second defeat

India suffered their second defeat in two days, losing to fifth seed France in the WSF World women's team squash championship here Tuesday.

Depleted Indian squash team blanked by Asian rivals Hong Kong in opener
Depleted Indian squash team blanked by Asian rivals Hong Kong in opener

 India, minus their top squash player Dipika Pallikal, were outplayed by Hong Kong 0-3 in their opening match of the WSF Women's World Team Championship here.

Indian women go down to Hong Kong in squash championship

India went down 0-3 to higher seeded Hong Kong in the opening Group D league match of the WSF World women's team squash championship being held at Niagara-on-the-Lake venue Monday.

Former IOC vice president Dick Pound backs squash inclusion
Former IOC vice president Dick Pound backs squash inclusion

Former International Olympic Committee vice president Dick Pound is confident the IOC will drop regulations limiting the number of sports on the Games programme and says squash should be brought into the Olympic fold.