Gregory Gaultier is the 2015 world champion. (image: squashpics.com)
Report courtesy of PSA.
Thirty-two-year-old Gregory Gaultier ended nine years of heartbreak to win the most … Continue Reading ››
(image: Steve Line/squashpics.com)
Although the on-site action has concluded at Drexel University following the 2015 Delaware Investments U.S. Open Squash Championships, you can still re-live the matches, drama, and glory by watching U.S. Open replays on Tennis Channel Plus
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(l-r) Rodney Eyles, Ralph Howe, Gregory Gaultier, Laura Massaro, Lee Beachill, and Nicol David.
The Champions Reception was the culminating event of this year’s Delaware Investments U.S. Open Squash Championships. Immediately following the finals, a capacity crowd gathered courtside to celebrate the 2015 tournament … Continue Reading ››
2015 Hall of Fame inductees (l-r) Gary Waite, Michael Pierce, and Alan Fox (representing Tom Wrightson).
Today, at a special luncheon before the finals of the Delaware Investments U.S. Open, Michael J. Pierce, Gary Waite and Thomas Wrightson were inducted into the United States … Continue Reading ››
The 2015 Delaware Investments U.S. Open Squash Championship finals are streaming live from Drexel University on Tennis Channel Everywhere and Squash TV Saturday at 3:30pm ET.
The finals will be contested between a past U.S. Open champion and an Egyptian first-time world series finalist on both the men's … Continue Reading ››
Another dramatic day at Drexel, with more upset results as Nour El Tayeb, Laura Massaro, Gregory Gaultier and Omar Mosaad reach the finals - Gaultier beating the top seed and defending champion, Mosaad reaching his first World Series final with a first-ever win over Nick … Continue Reading ››
USOC Chief Marketing Office, Lisa Baird, was the keynote speaker at the first Squash Summit.
US Squash, under the leadership of Adam Hamill and Bill Buckingham, hosted a two-day conference during the Delaware Investments U.S. Open. More than a hundred people came … Continue Reading ››