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ONLINE TICKETS ARE ON SALE!

Online ticketing for the Women’s World Team Championship is open! The event will take place from the 27th of November to the 3rd of December in Issy-les-Moulineaux as well as in the squash clubs of Saint-Cloud and Jeu de Paume. Matches will be played on the French Federation glass court at the Palais des Sports Robert Charpentier in Issy-les-Moulineaux – which …

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STORIES OF WOMEN

Two players returned to the PSA World Tour this week at the Nash Cup in Canada. Even if they are both based in Toronto – and training with Jonathon Power – the reason behind their time off court is very different. Here are their stories. “I WAS BORN A WARRIOR” Maria Toorpakai’s last appearance on the tour was in February. Since then, the Pakistan’s …

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WOMEN’S SQUASH WEEK

While the best female players in the world are competing in Macau and next to the Pyramids in Egypt, Women’s squash week is being held from the 16th to the 25th of September around the U.S., Canada and Europe. The purpose of this event is to help promote the game, and to bring women squash players together in order to …

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MASSARO, WEE WERN, SERME AND THE PYRAMIDS

The new season may have barely started but already the tournaments are coming one after the other, with three big events taking place in the last few days. Last Sunday, England’s Laura Massaro (#2 in the world rankings) won the China Open in Shanghai (PSA $70,000). With its glass court setup on the 11th floor of the Peninsula Hotel and …

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THREE MONTHS TO GO …

After 2012, France will host the Women’s World Team Championship for the second time. Seventeen countries, representing the five continents, will battle from the 27th November from the 3rd of December in Paris. Three months before the start of the competition, we give you a quick overview of the main teams involved. THE FAVORITES … With four players among the …

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17 Nations

Video preview of the Nations that will be competing at the 2016 WSF Women's World Teams ...

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