Defending champion Nicol David of Malaysia won her second consecutive HI-TEC Australian open when she beat a gallant Laura Massaro in an enthralling women’s final in Canberra’s Royal Theatre on Sunday.
Defending champion Ramy Ashour was at his brilliant best as he downed fellow Egyptian Omar Mosaad in straight games to win his second HI-TEC Australian Open crown in Canberra on Sunday.
Defending champion Nicol David was back to her imposing best as she defeated 2010 winner Madeline Perry in the semi-finals of the HI-TEC Australian Open in Canberra on Saturday.
Top seeded Egyptian Ramy Ashour booked his place in the final of the HI-TEC Australian Open after overcoming Australian Cameron Pilley in a brilliant men’s semi-final in Canberra on Saturday.
Cameron Pilley survived his second five-game marathon in succession to defeat Egyptian Omar Abdel Aziz and reach the semi-finals of the HI-TEC Australian Open in Canberra on Friday.
Northern Ireland’s Madeline Perry crushed Australian hopes in the women’s quarter-finals at the HI-TEC Australian Open when she defeated Kasey Brown with a ruthless display of attacking squash in Canberra on Friday.
Australia’s Donna Urquhart scored one of the best wins of her career to beat fellow countrywoman Rachael Grinham as four of the top eight women’s seeds lost their second round matches at the HI-TEC Australian Open in Canberra on Thursday.
Big-hitting Cameron Pilley booked a place in the HI-TEC Australian Open quarter-finals when he beat fellow Australian Zac Alexander in a thrilling second round match in Canberra on Thursday.
Third seeded Englishman Tom Richards ended Ryan Cuskelly’s Australian Open hopes when he beat the Australian in four games in their second round clash in Canberra on Wednesday.
World number one and defending champion Nicol David won through to the second round of the Australian Open in Canberra but not before surviving a searching examination from Welsh qualifier Tesni Evans on Wednesday.