International Squash Magazine December Issue

International Squash magazine Dec 2012

International Squash magazine Dec 2012

The December issue of International Squash Magazine covers many of the latest happenings of one of the world’s most exciting sports, including:

Ramy Ashour & Nicol David Crowned Hong Kong Champions

The men’s and women’s finals of the Cathay Pacific Sun Hung Kai Financial Hong Kong Open both lived up to their stunning outdoor surroundings, with Nicol David triumphing over Camille Serme and Ramy Ashour defeating defending champion James Willstrop

James Willstrop Seeded To Win First World Title

England’s James Willstrop has been confirmed as the No.1 seed for the 2012 PSA World Championship which takes place in Doha, Qatar and boasts a $325,000 prize-fund, the second biggest in the sport’s history

Nicol David Seeded For Seventh World Open Title

As top seed for the WSA 2012 Cayman Squash World Open, Nicol David will be the strong favourite to retain her World Open title in the Cayman Islands

Thierry Lincou Retires

Frenchman Thierry Lincou has announced his retirement from the PSA World Tour bringing to an end a remarkable playing career which saw him crowned World Champion in 2004 and the first continental European to top the men’s world squash rankings

Egypt Beat England To Win Women’s World Team Championship

In a dramatic final that went to the wire, second seeds Egypt recovered from a match down to upset favourites England to win the WSF Women’s World Team Championship which was staged in France for the first time.

20:20 Squash: Back The Bid

World Squash Federation Chief Executive Andrew Shelley explains the many stages in the sports bid for a place in the Olympics and why, as we move nearer to the IOC making its decision in Buenos Aires in September 2013, he is confident that squash has a really good chance of securing Olympic inclusion

British National Championships – Manchester 2013

The 2013 British National Championships will be staged at the National Squash Centre in Manchester, England in February and promises to be among the most eagerly contested in the event’s history. For Nick Matthew it represents a chance to attain the status as Britain’s most successful player of the modern era

Coaching & Instruction: How to Become a More Consistent Player

International Squash Magazine explains why reliability and consistency of stroke is one of the basic requirements for becoming a better squash player

World Rankings

Men’s & Women’s World Rankings at a glance

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