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WHAT
WAS NEW Nov 1 2003 through Dec 31 2003:


Davide Bianchetti, Italy #1
Rapid
Rise – Davide Bianchetti makes
noise in Lahore
. behind his showing training
notes from Italy
 (
photo © 2003 davidebianchetti.com)

(1.03.04)

Poughkeepsie
starts Kidzsquash Community Program:
(1.3.04)
Brown’s
Oliner joins Vassar coaching corps
– Vassar starts Kitzsquash
in mold of SquashBuster, Streetsquash, et al

(1.2.04)
Yale Club Ketcham Invitational:

Semi
final report
as Merrill and Schwartz unexpectedly reach the
finals which will be played Sunday at Noon in NYC
Martin Bronstein:
his
2003 WISPA wrapup
the year in review a frank assessment of the
year enjoyed by Owens, Grainger, Jackman, Atkinson and more.

(1.1.04)
Martin Bronstein:
The
Global Gallery – Jan ’04
Martin reviews the fortunes of PSA
names in 2003.


Men’s World Rankings:
(12.30.03)
Thierry Lincou –
New PSA World # 1
while Peter Nicol and Jonathon Power suffer
big drops.

U Club Finals:(12.30.03)
Castilla,
Rosenthal win singles
while Pat Malloy and Coly Smith win the
Ketcham Doubles Competition in holiday college action in NYC.

A New Pecking Order:
(12.29.03)
World Open Report
Card
from Team Kneipp and their forecast of the Jan 1 ’04 rankings
with Thierry Lincou at #1 and major shifts.
Holiday College Squash:
(12.28.03)
Broadbent,
Castilla in rematch
Ben Ende and Will Simonton reach doubles finals.
Readers Forum: (12.28.03)
on
Squash versus Tennis
Team Kneipp readers write in! Some interesting
viewpoints.

Rankings: (12.25.03)
Women’s World Jan
2004 Rankings
WISPA pecking order shifts as Malaysia’s Nicol David
moves into the top ten and Natalie Grainger regains #2 position.
USA Squash:
(12.24.03)
Hall
of Fame Finds Permanent Home
; makes a move to permanent quarters
at Yale University, New Haven CT, with plans for more public accessibility.
Superseries: (12.23.03)
June 2004 Field Announced
Shabana, Kneipp make field; Power and
Palmer shut out as lineup announce for June ’04 event.
Out of Italy: (12.23.03)
Davide Bianchetti training notes
path to the world open, by Hesham
el Attar who has become Bianchetti’s coach.

Men’s Worlds Lahore:
(12.22.03)
Another perspective
on the final from Team Kneipp –
Amr Shabana wins Musharraf watches
report on an exciting final.

Men’s Worlds Lahore:
(12.21.03)
It’s a historic world open
final that sees the first Egyptian World titlist, Amr
Shabana joins legion of Egyptian greats
by Howard Harding
Men’s Worlds Lahore:
(12.20.03)
It’s an exciting day for Egyptian Amr Shabana in Lahore
Shabana, Lincou win semis
by Howard Harding; Semi final
match observations
by Dan Kneipp
Ryan Barnett: (12.20.03)
All I Want for XMAS
some Christmas wishes that the top pros have
expressed for the 2004 season.

Men’s Worlds Lahore:
(12.19.03) Shabana, Kneipp roar
into world semis
by Howard Harding; Joe
Kneipp finds the magic
against Lee Beachill by Dan Kneipp, complete
draw/results.

USA Squash: (12.19.03)
Hall of Fame inductees, 2004
USA Hall of Fame, which moves to
New Haven this year, inducts Sharif Khan, Demer Holleran, Ned Bigelow.
USSRA seeks new junior development
director
. Steve Gregg leaves post.
Men’s Worlds Lahore:
(12.18.03) Fascinating match
play in round three
by Dan Kneipp
Men’s Worlds Lahore:
(12.18.03) Tops seeds upset in
round three
Shabana, Kneipp, Bianchetti advance; Palmer and White
fall.
World Hardball Greenwich:
(12.18.03) Gary Waite takes hardball
title
over a field of 18 hardballers, softballers, and doubles
specialists.

Men’s Worlds Lahore:
(12.17.03) White cruises
in round two
and SquashTalk looks at round
three matchups
and quarterfinal likely lineups.
ISDA Pro Doubles: (12.16.03)
Dinerman analyzes the mid-season rankings
Men’s Worlds Lahore:
(12.16.03) Bianchetti turns
draw upside down
Peter Nicol beaten by intrepid Italian by
Dan
Kneipp in Lahore
Men’s Worlds Lahore:
(12.16.03) Burqi wins in final
first round session
Men’s Worlds Lahore:
(12.15.03) Round One Day
2: White, Kneipp win, Heath loses
by
Dan
Kneipp in Lahore
Men’s Worlds Lahore:
(12.14.03) Round One Day
1: Alan Grant upset loser
by
Dan
Kneipp in Lahore
Men’s Worlds Lahore:
(12.14.03) Event preview
by
Dan
Kneipp in Lahore
Team Kneipp: (12.14.03)
Qatar Report Card
by
Dan
Kneipp

Women’s World: (12.13.03)
Carol Owens reclaims
the World Champion title
by
Colin
McQuillan in Hong Kong,

draw/results.

Men’s Worlds Lahore:
(12.13.03) Pakistan dominates
the qualifier finals
,
main
draw.

Women’s World: (12.12.03)
Champions Owens and
Jackman make their way to the final
by
Colin
McQuillan in Hong Kong,

draw/results.

Men’s Worlds Lahore:
(12.12.03) Late withdrawals promote
several qualifiers

and Dan
Kneipp looks at history of
the World Open
, current,

draw.
College Squash (12.12.03)
Sports Illustrated
Lauds Trinity Squash
– Ranked #1 most followed small college
sport in USA.

Women’s World: (12.11.03)
Nicol David on a roll,
Grinham sisters out in quarters

by Colin
McQuillan in Hong Kong,

draw/results.

Bermuda (12.11.03)
New PSA Bermuda Open Event Announced
– March 2004 event includes participatory amateur flights.
USA Squash(12.10.03)
Assaiante resigns USA Squash post
– cites added responsibilities at Trinity
Gold Racquets Singles
and Doubles: (12.10.03) Report
— Finn and Shephard win Doubles – Dylan Patterson wins Singles.
ISDA Pro
Doubles: (12.10.03) Atwater
Cup Montreal Finals
– Waite and Mudge win again over Berg and McDonald.

Women’s World: (12.10.03)
Nicol David knocks out Natalie Grainger in
second
round
by
Colin
McQuillan in Hong Kong,

draw/results.

Women’s World: (12.09.03)
A few racquet incidents in
first
round
by
Colin
McQuillan in Hong Kong,

draw/results.

Women’s World: (12.08.03)
Preview and
Qualifier
final report
by
Colin
McQuillan in Hong Kong,

qualifier draw/results,
updated main draw.

Jonathon Power: (12.08.03)
His 2003 Campaign and his broken hand
– with X-rays!; read also
Ryan Barnett interviews Jean DeLierre.
PSA Satellite Chennai:
(12.08.03) Heather wins first
PSA Title
– Corren retires with upset stomach.
Women’s World: (12.07.03)
Qualifying Day One report
from Hong Kong, Runa Reta upsets
Dominique Lloyd-Walters,
qualifier draw/results.
News Flash: (12.06.03)
Power out through world open
broken left hand requires layoff.
ISDA Pro Doubles: (12.06.03)
Atwater Cup Montreal
Quarters
– Walker and Kay in fiver game thrillers.
Women’s World: (12.06.03)
Qualifying begins Sunday in Hong Kong, main
draw
, qualifier draw.
PSA Satellite Chennai:
(12.06.03) Corren, Heather reach
finals
– results of the first three rounds
Qatar Classic: (12.05.03)
Beachill and Grainger
win year’s richest titles
, men’s finals
report
by Dan Kneipp, finals
photos
by Fritz Borchert.
Qatar Classic: (12.04.03)
Beachill and White reach
men’s finals
-report by Dan Kneipp; also semifinal
pix
, Grainger and Owens
set to meet
in Women’s final
Qatar Classic: (12.03.03)
Quarterfinal photo montage
more action in Doha
ISDA Doubles: (12.03.03)
Conduct Issues or Culture
Clash or both?
: ISDA issues conduct advisory to membership.
Qatar Classic: (12.03.03)
Men’s quarters, womens
quarters
: Big upset day in Doha as Nicol, Palmer go down to Beachill
and Matthew.
England Squash: (12.03.03)
Pontefract maintains National
League lead
– fifth week results
Qatar
Classic:

(12.02.03)

Second
round photo montage
– exciting action in Doha

College
Squash:

(12.02.03)

(Dec 2 National
Mens Rankings Cornell, Western Ontario, Columbia gain ground in
the latest CSA poll.
World
Rankings:

(12.02.03)
Women’s
December Rankings
Duncalf, David gain ground; Men’s
December Rankings
no change in the top six.
Qatar
Classic:

(12.02.03)

Men’s second round results
Grant, El Borolossy, Matthews charge into quarters. Women’s
second round results
– Jackman survives knife edge
Qatar
Classic:
(12.02.03)Men’s
round one wrapup
– upset synopsis by Dan Kneipp.
PSA
Satellite:
(12.01.03)

Evolution Open Mexico
finals
– Eric Galvez earns his first PSA title in Mexico City.
Qatar
Classic:(12.01.03)
Power
suffers broken left finger
– unable to continue as he ends up in
local hospital – will he be back for World Open? — Mens/womens
First round report
and Womens
first round results
Qatar Classic:
(11.30.03) Mens first
round, day one
– a confident Mo Abbas upsets Anthony Ricketts;
also Womens qualifying final
Global Gallery: (11.30.03)
Martin Bronstein’s Nov/Dec
Column
– PACE Canadian renews, British Open, refereeing, Cassie,
Waite’s painting …
PSA Satellite: (11.30.03)
Evolution Open Mexico semis
– Eric Galvez, Sanchez make it an all Mexican final.
Qatar Classic: (11.29.03)
Mens qualifying final
the qualifying qualms report by team Kneipp; also Womens qualifying
day one results
European Squash: (11.29.03)
Inaugural European Cup Underway
– emerging squash nations compete in Croatia.
PSA Satellite: (11.29.03)
Evolution Open Mexico quarters
– Mexicans Galvez, Sanchez crowd semis.
Qatar Classic: (11.28.03)
Qualifying first round
in which Tommy Berden scores a 118 minute win over Stacey Ross. Qualifying
draw
and main page.
PSA Satellite: (11.28.03)
Evolution Open Mexico first round
– qualifiers crash party
PSA Superseries: (11.26.03)
Qatar Classic Preview
– first round matchups reviewed by Team Kneipp.
PACE Canadian Classic:
(11.26.03) Canadian
Classic Photo Montage
by Hugh MacLean for Squashtalk
Doubles: (11.25.03)
Weekend Doubles Wrapup
Jimmy Dunn Invite in Philly and some notes on the Jamie Bentley cup
by Rob Dinerman.
PSA: (11.25.03) World
Open Draw Announced
– December event in Pakistan.
Doubles: (11.24.03)
Cambridge Club Doubles
Finals
Waite and Heath edge Ryding and Mudge in two hour contest
– Martin Bronstein reports from Toronto.
College Squash: (11.24.03)
Upstate New York Championships
St. Lawrence Women, Hobart men win inaugural crowns.
PSA: (11.24.03) Valkyrie
Club Finals
Lavigne wins event over Iskandar.
UK: (11.24.03) U23
Super Eight Willstrop beats Grant
in close final
.
Doubles: (11.24.03)
Cambridge Club Doubles
Pools Report
Ryding and Mudge reach the finals – Martin Bronstein
reports from Toronto.
UK: (11.23.03) U23
Super Eight
Willstrop, Grant class of the field of eight
College Squash: (11.23.03)
Weekend results
Ivy teams, NESCAC teams begin season action.
WISPA: (11.23.03) Monte
Carlo Finals
Linda Charman wins in four over Nicol David
WISPA: (11.22.03) Monte
Carlo Semis
Nicol David streaks to finals to oppose Charman
PSA: (11.21.03) Valkyrie
Club Quarters
Corren advances to semis in New Jersey one star
event.
Canadian Squash Classic:
(11.20.03) – Tournament
Talk
Ryan Barnett reflects on a classic duel between Power and
Palmer in Toronto
College Squash: (11.22.03)
Latest college
squash mens rankings
Canadian Squash Classic:
(11.20.03) – Power
over Palmer in 5
(from Martin Bronstein) ..
WISPA: (11.20.03) Monte
Carlo First Round
Alison Waters gets big win over Jr. World Champion
Omneya Kawy in first round.
North America: (11.20.03)
Cambridge Club Doubles Preview
Power, Kneipp, Chaloner featured in invitational event; and Cardinal
(Virginia) "hardball"
report
Tournament Talk: (11.19.03)
On Refereeing
an interview with Riley and Waters
College Squash: (11.19.03)
Womens season
gets underway
big weekend in men’s competition with 26 matches
playerd – weekend results.
WISPA: (11.19.03) Jenny
Duncalf on a tear
by Rob Dinerman
Canadian Squash Classic:
(11.19.03) Semi
final Report
– Power and White put on a virtuoso performance of
winning shots and accompanying streaks of errors (from Martin Bronstein)
.. semis press
release
Canadian Squash Classic:
(11.18.03) Quarterfinal
Report
– Omar El Borolossy wins again; Power, White, Palmer win
(from Martin Bronstein), also Tournament
Talk – Behind Nicol’s loss
(and quarterfinal
press release
) also Barnett’s Quarters
wrapup
Canadian Squash Classic:
(11.17.03) First
Round Report
– Omar El Borolossy beats Peter Nicol in 4; Power
coasts, Graham Ryding wins (from Martin Bronstein).
(Main page and 1st
round press release
)
Canadian Squash Classic:
(11.16.03) Final
qualifying
– Berg, Koukal move to main draw.
Betteridge Cup: (11.16.03)
Iskandar beats Walker in Finals
– straight game win for Malaysian in Westchester NY
Hong Kong: (11.16.03)
Buler Cup (WISPA and PSA)- Finals
 Macree and O’Brien win inaugural Buler Challenge Cup
Dutch Open: (11.16.03)
James Willstrop and Natalie Grinham shut out Dutch Champions Berden
and Atkinson – Report of the
Finals
Dutch Open: (11.16.03)
Order restored by Grinham, Atkinson while Berden keeps up the giant
killing over Abbas – Report of
the semifinals
Mens College Squash:
(11.16.03) Saturday’s
matches
, Hobart tops Navy, Navy beats Utah, Denison.
Canadian Squash Classic:
(11.16.03) Preview
report
Canadian Squash Classic:
(11.15.03) Event begins monday, main
page

qualifying day one
Guiffre, Berg, I Power advance.
PSA Satellite Tour:
(11.15.03) Betteridge Cup – Semifinal
report
top two seeds into finals.
Hong Kong: (11.15.03)
Buler Cup (WISPA and PSA)- Semi
finals
local player breaks into the finals.
Dutch Open: (11.15.03)
Maastricht the site of important young pro breakthroughs –
Report of the quarterfinals
Jonathon Power: (11.15.03)
Regales TV audience on Canadian TV –
Report
WISPA: (11.14.03) Wemuller
recap- Jackman and Duncalf
break through
WISPA review by Rob Dinerman
PSA Satellite Tour:
(11.14.03) Betteridge Cup – Quarterfinal
report
top two seeds advance.
Hong Kong: (11.14.03)
Buler Cup (WISPA and PSA)- First
round
PSA Satellite Tour:
(11.14.03) Betteridge Cup – First
round
PSA and WISPA: (11.13.03)
Valid Dutch Open- second round: mens
draw/results
– Anjema shocks Parke, womens
draw/results
– Duncalf keeps streak going.
PSA and WISPA: (11.13.03)
Valid Dutch Open- first round: mens
draw/results
– Berden, Anjema advance amidst upsets, womens
draw/results
– Duncalf stops Bailey
Player Profiles: (11.12.03)
Jonathon Power- He’s Not
British
by Martin Bronstein
College Squash: (11.12.03)
latest mens results; and also
Women’s ivy scrimmage recap
by Rob Dinerman
PSA Satellite Tour:
(11.12.03) Spear and Jackson Florida Open –
Barker beats Casteleyn
PSA Satellite Tour:
(11.12.03) Betteridge Cup – Final
qualifying
PSA and WISPA: (11.12.03)
Valid Dutch Open- qualifying
and mens draw; womens
draw.
PSA Satellite Tour:
(11.12.03) Betteridge Cup – First
day qualifying
Illingworth advances in Mamaroneck
Doubles: (11.11.03)
Eastside Editions Doubles –
Nov 1-2 results from San Francisco
Doubles: (11.11.03)
Silver Racquet Doubles –
Conway and Wimmer Emerge Victors
In Memoriam: (11.11.03)
John Halpern dead at 68 – Former
New York State Champion Remembered
PSA Tour: (11.10.03)
Canary Island Open- Finals
Gough tops Grant for trophy.
PSA Tour: (11.10.03)
Saskatoon Saskatchewan Open- Paul
Prices the winner
Collegiate Squash:
(11.9.03) Men’s Ivy Scrimmages –

Yale beats Harvard, Princeton to take scrimmages

Dartmouth stops Cornell 5-4
PSA Tour: (11.9.03)
Canary Island Open- Semi Finals
Grant and Gough reach finals.
PSA Tour: (11.8.03)
Canary Island Open- Quarter Finals
David Evans scores upset.
PSA Tour: (11.7.03)
Superseries Final- Superseries
Race Standings
( two events remaining)
US and International
Teams: (11.7.03) Five Man teams from the US, the Americas, and internationally
invited to New Haven in January – USA
Teams Event Expanded
PSA Tour: (11.7.03)
Saskatoon Saskatchewan Open- First
round report
PSA Tour: (11.7.03)
Canary Island Open- Upset in
first round
Collegiate Squash:
(11.7.03) CSA introduces –

New Ethics Code of Conduct
which should be of interest,
not only to US college squash players but all squash players at all
levels!
USA Squash: (11.6.03)
The USA Mens Team
Review of Vienna disappointments and thoughts for the future – by
Rob Dinerman.
Collegiate Squash:
(11.5.03) first weekends results –

Virginia, F&M, Haverford
and –
Cal gets revenge on Stanford at Palo Alto
Doubles Squash: (11.4.03)
ISDA tour hiccup – Philly
event cancelled at last moment
Doubles Squash: (11.4.03)
Maryland Club Open – Waite
and Mudge win
Canadian Open Edmonton:
(11.3.03) Finals Report
– Nicol stops Power 3-0
Canadian Open Edmonton:
(11.2.03) Semifinal report
– Power and Nicol advance; Power/Nicol
head to head
(Nicol leads series 18-17)
Collegiate Squash:
(11.2.03) preseason results –

Womens Ivy Scrimmages at Dartmouth
Canadian Open Edmonton:
(11.2.03) Quarterfinal report
– Power and Nicol advance;
Doubles Squash: (11.1.03)
Maryland Club Open – More
Friday Night heroics
Canadian Open Edmonton:
(11.1.03) Second round report
– Canadian Graham Ryding upsets Ong Beng Hee
Doubles Squash: (10.31.03)
Maryland Club Open – Huge
First Round upset
– Chris Deratney and Alex Pavulan score big
win.
Canadian Open Edmonton:
(10.31.03) First round report
– Tuominen, Willstrop keep winning, Price stops Kneipp – draw/results
Doubles Squash: (10.31.03)
Maryland Club Open – qualifying
round upsets
– Chris Walker and David Kay reach main draw.
Collegiate Squash:
(10.31.03) preseason activities –

Harvard versus Alumni at Cowles Match
, and Princeton
storms England

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2003 News]
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