Mathieu Castagnet showed just why he’s considered one of the toughest fighters on the PSA World Tour and one of the most resilient players as he held off a huge challenge from Australian Cameron Pilley to secure a place in the final of the 2016 Canary Wharf Classic – on his debut appearance at the tournament.
Cameron Pilley moved into the 2016 Canary Wharf Classic semi-finals after quarter-final opponent Simon Rösner conceded the match at the end of the second game due to illness.
Cameron Pilley secured a comfortable victory in his first appearance at the Canary Wharf Classic since 2009 as he downed qualifier Mohamed Reda in a 50 minute first round encounter inside the East Wintergarden in London today.
The PSA have announced that a new one-referee system, which will still incorporate a video referee, will be trialled at the 2016 Canary Wharf Classic, in place of the three-referee system currently in use.
Squash Australia has announced a new organisation structure for the future.
The Professional Squash Association (PSA) can confirm that an agreement has been reached with Sportspin Event & Athlete Management that will see the PSAWomen’s World Championship take place in Kuala Lumpur this April.
The 2016 Australian Open Racquetball Championships will be held at the luxurious Commercial Club Albury, from the 14th to 16th of October.
The East Coast Squash Academy is proud to announce and welcome former World #3, Madeline Perry, as the Academy’s head professional.
Australia has won the right to host the 2016 World Squash Doubles Championships, with Darwin being selected as the city which will stage this prestigious event.
New Zealand has come out on top after a hard-fought two days of squash at the Trans Tasman Junior Challenge on the Gold Coast.