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WSF Reports – Day TWO

Just 24 hours after eighth seed Ong Beng Hee crashed out of the opening round of the Commonwealth Games Squash event in Glasgow, fellow Malaysian Ivan Yuen restored the country's place in the men's quarter-finals ... Read More »

TODAY in Glasgow – Day TWO

After a busy opening day, there were just eight men's and eight women's matches today as the quarter-finalists were decided ... Read More »

Willstrop happy with CWG experience

James Willstrop praised the Glasgow crowds after enjoying a double success on the opening day of the men’s singles squash tournament ... Read More »

David through to last sixteen

Malaysia's Nicol David needed to make a hasty change of kit before being able to book her place in the last 16 of the women's squash singles of the Commonwealth Games with an 11-6, 11-2, 11-1 victory over Vanessa Florens. Read More »

Massaro keen to complete the set

Laura Massaro is chasing a holy trinity of sorts and she has little interest in waiting another four years to complete the set ... Read More »

WSF Reports, Day ONE

A busy first day in Glasgow - reports from the WSF ... Read More »

TODAY in Glasgow – Day ONE

Thu 24th July, and the Squash kicked off with men's and women's opening rounds as both draws were whittled down to the last 16 ... Read More »

Squash Centre Stage in CWG Opening Ceremony

The 2014 Commonwealth Games kicked off in Glasgow tonight with a stunning opening ceremony that brought many of the squash stars to centre stage ... Read More »

Games Gold would be “Massive” says Duncalf

Jenny Duncalf said today that a gold medal at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow would be “massive”, after winning two silvers in Delhi four years ago ... Read More »

T&T in Glasgow

Trinidad and Tobago will be represented by a team of six in Glasgow ... Read More »

Matthew, David, Simpson, Franklin set to be CWG flag bearers

The flagbearer for England's team at the Glasgow 2014 Opening Ceremony tomorrow will be none other than Squash's Nick Matthew ... and there's more !!! Read More »

Palmer out to break Games drought

David Palmer's great advantage as he tries to break his Commonwealth Games gold medal drought is that it's the only gap in his stellar squash career resume ... Read More »

Willstrop staying focused on singles challenge

James Willstrop will be focusing on his own game this week and no one else’s as he attempts to add to his Commonwealth Games medal collection in the men’s singles squash tournament in Glasgow ... Read More »

Mahesh looking for Oz touch in Glasgow

Mahesh Mangaonkar, one of the most promising players on the Indian squash circuit, is very clear about his expectations from the Commonwealth Games ... Read More »

King set on extending Golden reign

Joelle King might already have two CWG medals, but she wants more, and she wants Gold ... Read More »