Another busy squash week around the globe, check out what happened – and what’s coming up – here …
Final :  New Zealand 1-1  England (4-4, 44-45)
Joelle King 4-0 Sarah-Jane Perry 7-4, 7-2, 7-5, 7-6 (37m)
Paul Coll 0-4 Mohamed ElShorbagy 5-7, 6-7, 1-7, 4-7
It doesn’t get any closer than a one point victory as England beat hosts New Zealand 45-44 on points at the end of four days of Nations Cup action in Tauranga (well actually it does, if they’d finished level there would have been a first-to-three ‘Super Game’).
 Nicolas Mueller(Sui) 3-1  Dimitri Steinmann (Sui) 10-12, 11-5, 11-6, 11-8 (61m)
 Torrie Malik (Eng) 3-0  Tessa ter Sluis (Ned) 11-6, 11-5, 18-16 (27m)
Top seed Nicolas Mueller beats compatriot Dimitri Steinmann in the Men’s $30k final in Brno, meanwhile Torrie Malik claims a first PSA title as she wins the $3k women’s event.
Women’s Final :  HONG KONG 2-1  MALAYSIA
Men’s Final :  INDIA 2-0  KUWAIT
Hong Kong upset top seeds Malaysia to win the Women’s title in the 21st Asian Team Championships in Korea, while Men’s top seeds India claimed a first title as they beat surprise package Kuwait.
 Auguste Dussourd (Fra) 3-0  Rory Stewart (Sco) 11-7, 11-4, 11-2 (33m)
Home favourite Auguste Dussourd claimed the Open PSA Lagord title in France without dropping a game.
Damming’s debut title in T&T
 Rowan Damming (Ned) 3-1  Anders Herrera (Col) 3-11, 11-8, 14-12, 11-8 (90m)
World Junior Champion Rowan Damming claimed a first PSA title as he downed top seed Anders Herrera in the QPCC Premiere title in Port of Spain.
 Alfredo Avila (Mex) 3-0  Perry Malik (Eng) 11-7, 11-7, 11-5
Top seed Alfredo Avila won the Sport Central Open title in Richmond, Canada – his 17th PSA title and the highest for any Mexican, ever.
Washington DC beat defending champions Philadelphia to claim the Howe Cup, the annual Women’s College Team Championship.
Coming up this week
- New Zealand Open – Men & Women $77k PSA Silver
- World Universities Championships, Cairo
- Niort International, Men’s $20 Challenger, France