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LATEST INFORMATION:

Qatar
Women’s World Open and PSA Classic:
results
(11.01.02) Natalie Pohrer ousts World #1, Carol Owens in 5;
Fitz-Gerald, Nicol, Palmer through, Semi-final
Report

Qatar
Women’s World Open and PSA Classic:
Jonathon
Power eliminated by John White
(10.31.02), top 4 women seeds
through, Quarterfinal
Report

College
Squash: Virginia
Seven Dominate ACC Triangular Meet
(10.31.02)
College
Squash: Famed
Women’s College Coaches Honored by CSA
(10.31.02)

Qatar
Women’s World Open and PSA Classic: Day
Two Report
(10.30.02),
second
round results
, Round
of 16 Report
, Top seeds cruise into quarterfinals

Qatar
Women’s World Open and PSA Classic: Day
One Report
(10.29.02),
Weather
Delays Fitz-Gerald
, but she made it and won 3-0 (10.28.02)
Opening Ceremony Report,
first round results

Canada
Squash: Barker wins first PSA
Title
in Saskatoon
(10.28.02) draw/results
Qatar Women’s
Open and PSA Classic: Preview
by Dan Kneipp—
(10.27.02) qualifiying
results and draws
World Squash:
Jahangir new WSF President – by
Martin Bronstein
(10.26-27.02)
and WSF press release.
Doubles
Squash: ISDA Tour Grapples
with Spate of Key Injuries
(10.27.02)
Canada
Squash: Golan makes hay in
Saskatoon while seeds falter
(10.25.02)
NYC Squash:
Blair Horler Named Union Club
Head Pro
(10.24.02) New Zealander
a doubles circuit fixture.
WISPA Satellite
Rennes: Veteran Corinne
Castets mows through field to win on home turf

(10.25.02)
Canada
Squash: Butt, Delierre reach
main draw in Saskatoon
(10.24.02)
World News:
Espinal Seeks Cause of Hepatitis
A Outbreak
— – by Rob Dinerman
(10.24.02)
more cases now confirmed.
Pakistan
CAS Squash: Jenson wins CAS final
in Peshawar
— – Dan Jenson gets big comeback win

(10.23.02)
draw
and results
Canada
Squash: Yehia, Delierre advance
in Saskatoon
— -qualifier for October Boast PSA Satellite
event wraps up today
(10.23.02)
Canada
Squash: Spaniard Golan wins big
in Calgary
— ousts Garner and
Heather for third
PSA crown (10.22.02)
US Squash:
USA Names Team for World
Junior Men’s Championships
— -Strong team to travel to Chennai
in December
(10.22.02)
Pakistan
Squash: Jenson and Matthew meet
in CAS final in Peshawar
— – Dan Jenson ousts Jansher in
first round
(10.22.02) draw
ISDA Doubles:
Vancouver Doubles Recap
– by Rob Dinerman
(10.21.02) Waite and Mudge
again.
World News:
Second Update on the Hepatitis
A Outbreak
— – by Rob Dinerman
(10.20.02)
nine cases now confirmed.
PSA: Milo
South Africa Finals — Palmer
over White in five
(10.20.02) complete
results and draw
PSA: Milo
South Africa Semis— Palmer
hits the lights,
(10.19.02) (Team Kneipp reports)
also complete draw
Women’s
Worlds : Final Report
– Australia wins
, First
report
, USA beats Denmark for 15th
(10.19.02)
PSA: Milo
South Africa Quarters —
Kneipp upends Chaloner,
White muscles past El Hindi- draw
and results
(10.18.02) (Team Kneipp reports)
Women’s
Worlds : Semi-final matches – Afternoon
session
, England beats New Zealand for spot in the finals; Evening
session
,
Australia cruises for the other spot (10.18.02)
semi-final/cup results
USA falls further – loses
to Spain
.
World News:
Update on the Hepatitis A Outbreak
US referee also struck, seven members of South American squads diagnosed
(see also prior article) –
by Rob Dinerman
(10.17.02)
USA Squash
: Women’s Team 03 Selection Criteria
— by Rob Dinerman
(10.17.02)
PSA: Milo
South Africa Squash 1st Round
— Joe gets through by Dan Kneipp
draw and results
(10.17.02)

Women’s
Worlds : Quarter-final matches – Evening
session
, Danes Make the Noise and Lose;
Afternoon
session
Canada Does It Again from Martin Bronstein
in Odense(10.17.02) quarter-final/cup
results

PSA: Milo
South Africa Squash Challenge Preview
— by Team Kneipp –
main draw and completed
qualifying draw
(10.17.02)
World News:
Hepatitis A Strikes Multiple Pan
Am Athletes
— including USA’s Preston Quick – by Rob Dinerman

(10.16.02)
Women’s
Worlds : Day Three Reports-Afternoon
session
Scotland too Strong for USA(10.15.02) , Evening
session
Bad Day for North America from Martin Bronstein in Odense,
USA Day 3 Report,
pool results, quarter-final/cup
draws
CSA College
Squash: Preseason rankings
for men announced — Trinity and Trinity’s Samper top the
lists. (10.15.02)
Women’s
Worlds : Day Two Report
(10.14.02) Day
One Report
(10.13.02) from Martin Bronstein in Odense,
results
USA Squash
: Quito Revisited- US Teams Retrospective
by Rob Dinerman
(10.13.02)
PSA in
USA: Betteridge Trophy – Final
Gaultier stops Kemp
(10.13.02) also, complete
draw/results
Women’s
Worlds : Day One Results
(10.13.02) Egypt over USA 3/0, USA over Austria 3/0,
USA
Day One Report
Julia
Beaver pushes
Eman
El Amir to 5 games
, 59 minutes
in longest match of the day.

PSA in
USA: Betteridge Trophy – Semis
— Kemp reaches first PSA final
(10.12.02) also,
complete draw/results
Women’s
Worlds : Draw and Schedule
Released
(10.12.02) Australia seeded #1, USA seeded
#12 in Pool D
NYC Squash:
Josh Easdon takes Met A Summer
Final
(10.12.02)
Player
of the Month: Anthony
Ricketts from Australia
— SquashTalk’s Oct 2002 player
of the month
. (10.12.02)
CSA College
Squash: Team Previews 02-03
— newly added previews from Cornell, Dartmouth, Haverford, Penn
and more. (10.11.02) team schedules.
WISPA:
Banned in Brooklyn!
We publish Martin Bronstein’s article on the Vicky Botwright incident.
(10.11.02)
PSA in
USA: Betteridge Trophy – Canadian
Berg advances
— Berden, Gaultier advance
as
well(10.11.02) also, complete
draw/results
USA Juniors:
Pohrer added to US Junior
Women’s Coaching roster
and this weekend US
Juniors head to Spain
(10.11.02)
PSA in
USA: Betteridge Cup – Quick, McNeely
fall short
— Berden, Drew, Gaultier advance
(10.10.02)
also, complete draw/results
Martin
Bronstein: October Global
Gallery
broken glass, US Juniors, more on Madeira
,
WSF, More (10.7.202)
ISDA Doubles:
Doubles Star David Kay out for
the season
; suffers achilles injury at Annapolis
(10.7.02);
PSA Satellite:
Willstrop earns DARE Santa Barbara
Open Crown
— stops Lee Drew in straight games
(10.6.02)
also, complete draw/results
PSA Satellite:
Adrian Grant takes Mitsubishi
Canary Islands Final
; Canadian Razik falls shorts.
(10.6.02)
draw/results
PSA Satellite:
DARE Santa Barbara Semi report;
Drew advances to meet Willstrop
(10.6.02) also, draw/results
NYC Squash:
Met A Summer Semis
(10.5.02)
PSA Satellite:
Mitsubishi Canary Islands Semi
finals
; Adrian Grant ends Spaniard Goran’s hopes in five
(10.5.02)
PSA Satellite:
DARE Santa Barbara Open;
Willstrop into semis
(10.5.02)
PSA Satellite:
Mitsubishi Canary Islands Quarter
finals
; Canadian Razik and Spaniard Goran head towards possible
duel
(10.4.02)
Asian Games:
Final report;
(10.4.02)
— Rebecca Chiu scores a terrific upset, downing Nicol David
to earn Hong Kong the gold medal full
singles results
PSA Satellite:
Mitsubishi Canary Islands First
Round
; qualifier Anjema advances
(10.4.02)
World Rankings:
Oct 1 WISPA Rankings; also Oct
1 PSA Rankings
(10.3.02); no big surprises here.
Asian Games:
Semi Final report;
(10.3.02)
— Ong Beng Hee and Shahid Zaman stage epic two hour battle —
and results
ISDA Doubles:
Nothing new – Waite and Mudge
win Season’s First Event
; report from Denver
(10.2.02);
PSA Satellite:
Mitsubishi Canary Islands Open;
qualifying results
(10.2.02)
USA Squash:
No Loopholes in ’03 Men’s Criteria;
selection emphasizes openness and fair play
(10.2.02)
Asian Games:
Day three report;
(10.2.02)
— Korean woman breaks medal barrier — and results
College
Squash USA: New Day in College
Squash
;
(10.01.02) — CSA formed to promote
college game.
Asian Games:
Day two report;
(10.1.02)
— mens favorites in easy matches — and results
USA Squash:
Expanded 02-03 USA Men’s Tour;
goal is enhanced competition at elite level
(9.30.02)
ISDA Doubles:
McDonald and Berg to Challenge
Waite and Mudge
; semi final report from Denver
(9.30.02);
Asian Games:
Malaysian Team Profile;
(9.30.02)
and Korean Team profile(9.16.02)
Asian Games:
Day one report;
(9.30.02)
and results
ISDA Doubles:
McDonald and Berg reach Monticello
Semis
; report from Denver
(9.29.02);
UK: BSPA:Nicol
takes Aberdeen titl
e; also

Semi final report from Aberdeen
(9.29.02);
CSA Collegiate:
Sarah
West named GWU Women’s Coach
– to build new program (9.28.02);
Dartmouth lands
new assistant
.
UK: BSPA:
Quarter final round
in Aberdeen
– Whipp in marathon (9.27.02); Aberdeen
results
.
Pakistan:
Kareem Darwish wins CNS
,
final results (9.28.02)
Pro Satellite:
Victoria Open crowns go to defending champs
(9.27.02)
USA Juniors:
Notes on girls junior squads
(9.27.02) USA gets serious.
UK: BSPA
Prince Grand Prix 02-03
, Chris Gordon faces Peter Nicol
in second round in Aberdeen(9.27.02);
Aberdeen results.
UK: BSPA
Prince Grand Prix 02-03 season gets underway
, first
round in Aberdeen
(9.27.02); Aberdeen
results
.
WISPA:Leilani
Rorani Retires
(9.27.02) career retrospective by Ron Beck
Pakistan:
Mo Abbas joins Kareem Darwish
in an all-Egyptian final in Karachi
, semi
final results
(9.27.02); also Jansher
Khan looks ahead
by Martin Bronstein.
ISDA Doubles:
David Kay retires from Union Club position
(9.26.02) will focus
on pro doubles tour.
Pakistan:
Mo Abbas stops Jansher Khan in
four games
as he advances to meet Mansoor Zaman
, quarter
final results from Karachi
(9.26.02)
Pakistan:
Jansher Khan races past Omar
El Borolossy
beating the world #14 to show he’s for real
,
complete 1st round results
from Karachi
(9.25.02)
Pakistan:
Jansher Khan passes qualifying
test
in first competition in 2 1/2 yrs
, complete
CNS Open qualifying results from Karachi
(9.24.02)
Pakistan:
Jansher Khan makes successful reappearance
, at
CNS Open qualifier Monday in Karachi
(9.23.02) qualifier
draw
and main draw
Hong Kong:
Credit Suisse Privilege Open, Hong Kong
, Rachel
Grinhan takes final in straight games
(9.23.02) demonstrates mastery
over Natalie Pohrer.
ESG:
Euro Club Championships Results
(9.22.02) and report
by Dan Kneipp
. Capital – France takes the crown, Rouen second.
ESG:
Euro Club Championships Preview
(9.22.02) by Dan and Joe Kneipp
Asian Games:
competiton begins Sept 30. SquashTalk
coverage
(9.22.02) men’s
draw
and women’s draw.
USA Collegiate
Squash :02-03
Men’s Schedule (9.22.02) and 02-03
Women’s Schedule
(9.22.02)
Team Kneipp:US
Open – players’ report card
(9.21.02)
Detroit:
Motor City Open results
Nick Taylor over Graham Ryding
in Saturday final
(9.21.02)
Hong Kong:
Credit Suisse Privilege Open, Hong Kong draw/results
(9.20.02)
Pohrer punishes Petera with 11 minute bagels,
Grinhan over Geaves in semi
(9.21.02)
Detroit:
Motor City Open Quarterfinal
results
Taylor ends Parke’s
run
(9.20.02)
Professional
Squash :Parke answers Back (9.19.02)
responds to Dittmar Interview
USA Collegiate
Squash :Dartmouth
hires new asst coach
(9.19.02)
Hong Kong:
Credit Suisse Privilege Open, Hong Kong draw/results
(9.19.02)
Detroit:
Motor City Open Draw.
Parke ousts Casteleyn
(9.18.02)
Asian Squash:
Asian Games Preview. …
beautiful venue ready, Korean team motivated (9.17.02)
Japan:
Malaysians sweep Japan Open Draw.
Men’s results, Women’s
results
(9.17.02)
Pakistan:
Jansher sets five tourney goal.
… focuses on getting in form for World Open (9.16.02)
USA Collegiate
Squash :Bates, Bowdoin,
Colby Season preview
(9.16.02)
US Open:Final
report
by Martin Bronstein (9.15.02) David Palmer dominates Stewart
Boswell. Final results and draw,
Video Interview
with Palmer
French
Open: Finals – Report Gregory
Gaultier gets important PSA win on home turf, Fitz-Gerald pressed
very hard by #4 Linda Charman
Men’s Final Draw/Results
(9.14.02) Women’s
Final Draw/Results
.
New Zeland
:Sharplin and Owens earn national
titles
by Rob Dinerman (9.13.02) Susan Devoy and Micelle Martin
plan rare exhibition series
– Leilani Rorani to retire.
US Open:Semi
final report
by Martin Bronstein (9.13.02) Scintillating squash
sees David Palmer beat Peter Nicol. Chris
Walker reports from Boston.
Pakistan:
Baj interviewed on Jansher Comeback.
… I faxed him yesterday … exclusive interview by Martin Bronstein
(9.13.02)
US Open:Quarter
final report
by Martin Bronstein (9.13.02) Boswell knocks out
Power; while Lincou, Nicol and Palmer advance.
French
Open: Semi finals – Report
Gaultier advances, Fitz-Gerald marches on
Men’s Draw/Results
(9.13.02) Women’s
Draw/Results
.
French
Open: Quarter final report.
French men advance to the delight of the home crowd
Men’s Draw/Results
(9.13.02) Women’s
Draw/Results
.
US Open:1st
round report
by Martin Bronstein (9.12.02) Tuominen stops Heath,
Ricketts takes out White.
French
Open: 1st round report. Evans
out with ankle injury Men’s
Draw/Results
(9.11.02) Women’s
Draw/Results
.
US Open:
Second day report
by Martin Bronstein (9.11.02) Tuominen stops
Ryding, ’99 champ Parke gets into main draw. Construction
day two photos
.
French
Open: Qualification and draw.
Willstrop over Handley, Kim Hannes over Shabana Khan
Men’s Draw/Results
(9.10.02) Women’s
Draw/Results
.
US Open:
Qualifiying first day report
by Martin Bronstein (9.10.02) and
day one Press Release
US Open:
Qualifiying first day results
(9.10.02) Finn Olli Tuominen tops
Aussie Dan Jensen, all American qualifying hopefuls lose. Symphony
court construction

US Open:
Qualifiying Draw released
(9.10.02) Play begins this evening
at 6 PM, Harvard Murr Center, Qualifier
Preview,
New
court setup in Symphony Hall – photos.

French
Open : Men’s Draw/Results
(9.9.02) Women’s Draw/Results.
Qualification starts Monday. Carla Khan ousts #7 Helen Easton, Local
Laurent Eliani beats #2 Glenn Keenan,
US Open:
Preview by Martin Bronstein
(9.8.02) Bronstein examines the matchups
and some possible outcomes.
PSA:
Barcelona Final
(9.8.02) Qualifier Borja Golan takes the Cuidad
de Barcelona, beating both the first and second seeds in the process.
[Barcelona Draw]
Team Kneipp
Hong Kong – Report
Card
.(9.5.02) Calling
all US Open predictions. (9.8.02)
PSA:
Barcelona Through Semis
(9.8.02) Local start Borja Golan rides
fan support to beat Andrew Whipp in semis and meet Mika Monta in final.
[Barcelona Draw]
USSRA:
Hymer Named Interim USSRA Head
(9.5.02) brings experience from
working alongside Brand.
PSA:
Barcelona First Round
(9.5.02) Canada’s Ian Power falls.
WISPA:
Cassie Jackman forced out of action
(9.5.02) undergoes second
back operation successfully.
World Scene:
Interview with Gogi Alauddin
(9.5.02) Gogi reflects on squash
then and now.
Pan Am
Fed Cup:
Canadians
overcome odds to take mens gold
(9.4.02)
by Rob Dinerman
PSA:
Sept 1 02 World Rankings
(9.3.02)
Beachill, Kneipp, El Borolossy equal career best rankings.
WISPA:
Sept 1 02 World Rankings
(9.3.02)
Fitz-Gerald extends #1 string to 12 months.
USSRA:
US Squash Executive Director Craig Brand Steps Down
(9.2.02) ten
years at the helm.
Team
Kneipp
Hong Kong – a Great City and Tourney
.(9.1.02)
US
Open: Ming Tsai and Brad
Faxon face off in US Open preview
(9.1.02) they promote US Open
and attract NPR coverage.
Cathay
Pacific Open Final
Report
.(8.31.02) Nicol tops Power for win in Hong Kong
WISPA:
Malaysian Open Finals
(9.1.02) draw
Owens takes title
Pan
Am Fed Cup:
Canadians
take dual gold

(8.31.02)
Canada
Women vs US
by
Rob Dinerman
Pan
Am Fed Cup:
USA
Women top Brazil

(8.31.02) USA Men over Ecuador, Photogallery
Cathay
Pacific Open Semi
final Report
.(8.31.02) Nicol and Power outplay the Aussies
WISPA:
Malaysian Open Semifinals
(8.31.02) draw
Macree upsets again, Owens advances
Pan
Am Fed Cup:
Canadians
reach both Finals

(8.30.02)
WISPA:
Malaysian Open Quarterfinals
(8.30.02) draw
Macree overtakes Bailey in 5.
Cathay
Pacific Open Quarterfinal
Report
.(8.30.02) Power and Nicol cruise, while Boswell and Palmer
both come from 0-2 behind to win.
Pan
Am Fed Cup:
Canadian
Men Beat USA

(8.30.02) also Canadian report;

USA women advance
WSF:
Squash Not in 2008 Olympics
(8.29.02)
Pan
Am Fed Cup:
USA
Beats Uruguay to gain Canada pairing

(8.29.02)
men’s team draw &
women’s team draw
Cathay
Pacific Open Second
Round Report
.(8.29.02) No Major surprises as top seeds advance.
WISPA:
Malaysian Open 1st Round results
(8.29.02) draw
Pan
Am Fed Cup:
Argentina
Mauls USA in Ugly Scene in Quito

(8.28.02) Frenetic goings on at Pan Am Federation Cup
WISPA:
Malaysian Open qualifier results
(8.28.02)
Cathay
Pacific Open First
Round – Second Day Report
.(8.28.02) Adrian Grant gets big win,
Jonathon Power wins, Shabana tops Tuominen in five.
Team
Kneipp After-match
recovery in Hong Kong
.(8.27.02)
Pan
Am Fed Cup:
USA
Men Walkover
Dominicana
and Women Trounce Chile

(8.27.02) Big match with Argentina today
Cathay
Pacific Open First
round top half report
.(8.27.02) Darwish upsets Heath, M Zaman
over Walker
Cathay
Pacific Open Qualifying
completed
.(8.26.02)
Hall
of Fame: Chris Dittmar: Big Red
Cat is Back
(8.26.02) profile by Martin Bronstein
Pan
Am Fed Cup: USA tops Peru in Team
round robin
(8.26.02) and more on Men’s finals.
Cathay
Pacific Open Team
Kneipp report on reader predictions for round one
.(8.26.02)
Cathay
Pacific Open Qualifying
first round results
.(8.25.02)
WISPA:
R Grinham earns Singapore crown
(8.25.02) complete
draw
Pan
Am Fed Cup: Teran, Guttierez earn
Pan Am Gold
(8.25.02) Mexicans with Gold and Silver, Canadians
Silver and Bronze, Americans shut out.
Pan
Am Fed Cup: Canadian Women Get Silver,
Bronze
(8.25.02) Canadian Semi
Finalists
(8.24.02)
WISPA:
R Grinham beats Atkinson in Singapore semi
(8.24.02)
Macree tops Brind in Singapore
quarter
(8.23.02) complete
draw
Pan
Am Fed Cup: Canadian Lauren Wagner
scores big upset
(8.24.02) L Khan out.
Pan
Am Fed Cup: Americans advance in
day one action
(8.23.02)
Pan
Am Fed Cup: Canadians advance in
day one action
(8.23.02) main page.
France
Lincou takes Biarritz event (8.22.02)
Cathay
Pacific Open Event Preview (8.22.02)
Pan
Am Fed Cup: Event Preview (8.22.02)
Cathay
Pacific Open Draw published (8.20.02)
Qualifying entrants published.
Pan
Am Fed Cup: US Teams Preview
(8.20.02)
Team
Kneipp: Coaching during
Matches & Hong Kong predictions
. (8.20.02)
US
Open Draw published (8.19.02)
Qualifying entrants published.
PSA
Satellite Columbian Open Finals
(8.19.02) Renan Lavigne takes title. Columbian
Open quarters, semis
(8.18.02) Willstrops run ends.
PSA
Satellite Columbian Open first
round
(8.16.02) Qualifiers Galvez, Willstrop, advance.

World
University Championships: Eqypt
sweeps men’s medals, Stoher wins gold by default
(8.15.02)
Canada’s
Carolyn Russell wins bronze,
Early
round results
(8.14.02)

PSA:
John Nimick enthusiastic about
Jansher Khan comeback
(8.14.02)
Bronstein’s
Global Gallery:Olympic showcase,
overtraining, and Hong Kong draw
(8.12.02)
PSA
Satellite:Rodney Durbach takes
Brazil Open
(8.12.02)
PSA:
Jansher Khan Comeback? (8.11.02)
PSA welcomes Jansher wildcard
(8.12.02)
PSA
Satellite:Semi final results from
Brazil Open
(8.11.02) Rodney Durbach and Shahier Razik to meet
in final
PSA:
Simon Parke Wedding (8.9.02)
Commonwealth
Games: The Kneipps report on
Aussie team and softball doubles inclusion in the games
. (8.6.02)
Commonwealth
Games: Final doubles
report
(8.4.02) Leilani gets dual gold, Nicol earns Gold with
Beachill.
Commonwealth
Games:Semi Final doubles
report
(8.3.02)
Commonwealth
Games:Doubles – second
day report
(8.2.02)
and
:Joe Kneipp reports
from the mixed doubles court
(8.2.02)
Commonwealth
Games:Doubles – first
day report
(8.1.02)
USA
Squash :Chin gets key win in the
second challenge session
(8.1.02)
USA
Squash :T Wyant tops R Chin in
first of two match series in Delaware
(7.31.02)
Commonwealth
Games:Men – Power tops
Nicol for Gold
(7.31.02) Women
– Fitz-Gerald over Owens
, also Finals
preview
(7.31.02)

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2002 News]