Despite a fantastic performance at the World Series finals Cameron Pilley could not overcome world number 2 Gregory Gaultier in the final.
World No.13 Cameron Pilley pulled off one of the biggest upsets in World Series Finals history as he downed odds-on title favourite Mohamed ElShorbagy, the World No.1, in straight-game to reach the final of the 2016 iteration of the tournament which is taking place in front of Dubai’s iconic Burj Khalifa – the world’s tallest building.
Australia’s Cameron Pilley has stormed into the final four of the prestigious World Series squash final in Dubai, an event reserved for only the best eight international players in the past 12 months.
Australia’s Zac Alexander and Sarah Cardwell head into this weekend’s City of Perth Squash Challenge as the top seeds, and both having had very different experiences at their last outing.
Australia’s Cameron Pilley has made a dream start at his debut World Series Finals in Dubai, beating fourth seeded Egyptian, Omar Mosaad, 2-1.
The $160,000 PSA Dubai World Series squash finals begin in Tuesday night, with Australia’s Cameron Pilley among the elite field who will be taking part.
The Hong Kong International is underway, with three Australians hoping to make a major impact.
Squash Australia is happy to announce the launch of the Strategic Working Groups that will support the Squash Australia team in delivering the recently launched 2016-2022 Strategic Plan.
The City of Perth International Squash Challenge (formerly WA Open) will be held from the 27th to 29th of this month at the Terrace Squash Centre, East Perth, Australia.
Since early 2016 Squash Australia has experienced significant changes in order to positively strengthen the organisation.