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Massaro targeting two medals

World champion Laura Massaro has set her sights on winning two medals at the forthcoming Commonwealth Games ... Read More »

Moran ready for the Pressure

Scottish squash hopeful Kevin Moran insists he will not wilt under the pressure of playing in front of a passionate home crowd like Brazil's footballers did ... Read More »

Wee Wern avoids Nicol

Low Wee Wern got her wish as she avoided compatriot and world No. 1 Nicol David in the Commonwealth Games draw ... Read More »

Micah: “A Games win would be huge”

Bermuda's Micah Franklin is looking forward to his chance to hold his own against the top squash players in the world at the Commonwealth Games next week. Read More »

Clyne bidding for better than Fourth

The realisation of a four-year plan is imminent now for Alan Clyne. ... Read More »

Dipika set to make CWG debut

Dipika Pallikal had long back taken the chill pill for the fever that forced her out of the home Commonwealth Games and fours years on, India’s top squash player is looking ahead to the Games in Glasgow ... Read More »

Family set to cheer on Joel

Aberdare squash player Joel Makin is guaranteed to get lots of support from his family when he competes in the Commonwealth Games this month ... Read More »

Champions Meet Mauritians In Commonwealth Games Draws

A pair of players from the Indian Ocean island of Mauritius will provide the first challenge to gold medallists Nick Matthew and Nicol David in the draws for the 2014 Commonwealth Games Squash singles events Read More »

Matthew shrugs off ‘favourite’ tag

England's Nick Matthew is stepping up his recovery from knee surgery but says there is "no way" he can be favourite to win gold at the Commonwealth Games despite being the number one seed for the men's singles. Read More »

David eager to win Double Gold

Four years ago, Nicol David completed her collection of major titles by the winning the Commonwealth Games gold in New Delhi - now she wants more ... Read More »

Waters embraces tough CWG schedule

Alison Waters believes she is fit and ready to take on the busiest programme of England’s squash squad at the Commonwealth Games ... Read More »

Grinham aims for CWG Glory

Her higher-ranked rivals can deal with the pressure - Australian squash star Rachael Grinham is out to do some singles damage at the Commonwealth Games ... Read More »

Nicol targets Commonwealth and Asian Glory

The seven-time world champion is preparing to retain her titles at the upcoming Commonwealth Games, the Hong Kong Open in August and the Asian Games in Incheon ... Read More »

Selby hopeful of first CWG Medal

Essex’s Daryl Selby is optimistic of adding a Commonwealth medal to his trophy cabinet at the forthcoming Glasgow Games, where he will compete in two doubles events ... Read More »

Palmer chases elusive CWG Gold

He's been the world No.1, has a British and World Open in his collection and a swag of Commonwealth Games medals - but David Palmer wants a Gold ... Read More »