Nicol David and Ramy Ashour claim the Hong Kong Open Title

(2.12.2012) Cathay Pacific Sun Hung Kai Financial Hong Kong Squash Open 2012 has finally come to a successful end. Despite a weather scare, with rain falling just minutes before play was due to start, the finals of the Hong Kong Open too...

Rain Can't Stop the Crowd

(1.12.2012) Cathay Pacific Sun Hung Kai Financial Hong Kong Squash Open 2012 is full of surprises, from the results, from players' withdrawl and even from the weather. The weather was fine for the women's semi-finals to finish at th...

Lion Dance to Bring Luck at Hong Kong Cultural Centre

(1.12.2012) The semi-finals of Cathay Pacific Sun Hung Kai Financial Hong Kong Squash Open 2012 was held tonight at the Piazza of Hong Kong Cultural Centre. To bring luck to the players and the happiness to audience, a traditio...

Surprises continue at the Hong Kong Squash Open

(30.11.2012) Surprises continue at the Cathay Pacific Sun Hung Kai Financial Hong Kong Squash Open 2012 today at the quarter finals, not from the matches, but the withdrawl of the two men's quarter-finalists, Peter Barker and Amr Shabana...

Another Withdrawl due to Injury- Amr Shabana

(30.11.2012) In addition to Peter Barker, Amr Shabana has also withdrawn from the Cathay Pacific Sun Hung Kai Financial Hong Kong Squash Open 2012 due to injury.Nick Matthew will go straight into the semi-finals. Though there are...

Peter Barker Withdrawn due to Injury

(30.11.2012) Peter Barker withdrew from the Cathay Pacific Sun Hung Kai Financial Hong Kong Squash Open 2012 due to injury. His opponent, Karim Darwish will go straight into the semi-finals. "I strained my hamstring in the third ...

Hong Kong Open Round Two - More Surprises in Store

(29.11.2012) It is the fifth day of the Cathay Pacific Sun Hung Kai Financial Hong Kong Squash Open 2012. Both defending champions, James Willstrop and Nicol David through to the quarter-finals which will start at 2:00pm tomorrow at Hong...

Round One to Completion Today

(28.11.2012) With the top seeds and defending champions safely through to the last sixteen, No. 2 seed Nick Matthew and No. 3 Seed Gregory Gaultier also through to the next round. However, Laura Massaro and Annie Au, the second seed and ...

Joey Chan Reaches the 2nd Round

(27.11.2012) Top half of the main draw of Cathay Pacific Sun Hung Kai Financial Hong Kong Squash Open 2012 starts today. Despite the cold and wet weather outside, the centre court of the Hong Kong Squash Centre was full of sweat and heat...

Top Players Interview Series II - Jenny Duncalf

(27.11.2012) World number two for the best part of three years, England's Jenny Duncalf has appeared regularly in the later stages of the Hong Kong Open.

She's never won it - Nicol David has had the monopoly rights on the tit...

Top Players Interview Series I - James Willstrop

(26.11.2012) James Willstrop became world number one at the start of this year on the back of three major tournament victories in a row, and it was here in Hong Kong where that run started.

Coming back to HK as ...

Stars Shine On the Welcoming Reception

(26.11.2012) To kick off the Cathay Pacific Sun Hung Kai Financial Hong Kong Squash Open 2012, all guests and players gathered at the Welcoming Reception tonight. After the welcoming speech of Mr. David Mui, MH, JP, Chairman of H...

Main Draw Debut Tomorrow

(26.11.2012) Max Lee, world ranked number 32, beat Henrik Mustonen of Finland in straight games 11-6, 11-2, 11-8 in 33 minutes to gain one of the places in the Main Draw of Cathay Pacific Sung Hung Kai Financial Hong Kong Squash Ope...

Ho lifts home hopes on opening day in HK

(25.11.2012) With local players appearing all eleven matches in the Women’s Qualifying Round One, the home crowd at the Hong Kong Squash Centre received an early boost as Ho Ka Po opened proceedings with a hard-fou...

Max Lee Trains Hard to Make the Main Draw

(24.11.2012) Giving away the wild card to Leo Au after losing the Hong Kong Championship title in June, Max Lee has to go through the qualifying rounds to reach the main draw of the Hong Kong Open this year. The Cathay Pacific Su...

Jaclyn Hawkes withdrew from the Hong Kong Squash Open

(21.11.2012) Jaclyn Hawkes, world number 19 has withdrawn from the Cathay Pacific Sung Hung Kai Financial Hong Kong Squash Open 2012. Omneya Abdel Kawy from Egypt will take her place and play against seed number 2 Laura Massaro in the fi...

The King and Queen of Hong Kong – Part III: “The IOC are coming”

(19.11.2012) Of course, the IOC will be there this year to see David and Shabana in action as part of the process to determine which sport should be added to the Olympic programme for the 2020 games. Both are certain that Hong Kong will ...

The King and Queen of Hong Kong – Part II: “Queen Nicol”

(16.11.2012) David’s record in Hong Kong is even more impressive, and longer, than Shabana’s. “I've been playing in HK since I was 11 years old during the Hong Kong Juniors. It's a lot of years! “H...

The King and Queen of Hong Kong – Part I: “King Shabana”

(15.11.2012) All the players love coming to Hong Kong, but when you regularly leave clutching the trophy and a sizeable winner’s cheque it can only make the bond stronger. 

 That’s certainly been the case for Amr Sha...

Limited Tickets Available and Get Yours Today

(14.11.2012) Only limited tickets for the semis and finals of the Hong Kong Open are left for sale! Don’t wanna miss the action of the crème de la crème on court, get your tickets NOW! Please download and fill...

Hong Kong Supports World Squash Day

(6.11.2012) The whole squash community gets involved - Sat 20th October, saw World Squash Day aiming to demonstrate global support for the sport’s 2020 Olympic Bid by staging ‘the biggest squash match in hist...

Hong Kong takes squash to the masses

(31.10.2012) Hong Kong Squash is committed to bringing the world’s best players to Hong Kong for the annual festival of squash that is the Hong Kong Open, but also to bringing the sport to the masses, by ensuring the greatest possi...

Cathay Pacific Sun Hung Kai Financial Hong Kong Squash Open 2012 Media Conference

(22.10.2012) Best players to be featured in the world’s most vibrant city The annual squash extravaganza “Cathay Pacific Sun Hung Kai Financial Hong Kong Squash Open 2

Hong Kong Attracts The Top Entries

(18.10.2012) Entries for both the Men and Women’s events of Cathay Pacific Sun Hung Kai Financial Hong Kong Squash Open 2012 have closed. Once again, it attracts the world top 30 players to compete for the top hono...

Top ranked players featured for top ranked tournament

(6.10.2012) The annual sporting extravaganza will once again bring the city a lavish treat of world class squash competition, another sporting event highlight of the year after this summer’s Olympic Games in London. Featuri...

Hong Kong hopes to impress the IOC on the Harbour

(6.10.2012) As part of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) process to determine which of the sports it has shortlisted should claim a place on the programme for the 2020 Olympiad, each of the seven candidates ...


 
 

 

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