Kuwait Squash Open
Men's Burgan Bank Challenger 10
Abdullah Al Muzayen of Kuwait is the champ
PSA World Series (World Series
Platinum) Men's Kuwait PSA Cup 2013
Ramy Ashour Wrests Kuwait Cup From James Willstrop: 14 March 2013
The unstoppable world number one Ramy Ashour celebrated his tenth successive PSA World Tour squash final in sensational style today in Kuwait when he beat defending champion James Willstrop in four games to take the Kuwait PSA Cup title.
PSA Challenger 15 Jena International
In upsetting top seed Mohd Ali Anwar Reda in the quarter-finals of the Jena International No1, local hero Abdullah Al Muzayen put paid to an all-Egyptian semi-final line-up in the PSA World Tour Challenger 15 squash event at Qadsia Sporting Club in Kuwait City, Kuwait.
RESULTS: PSA Challenger 15 Jena International, Kuwait City, Kuwait
1st Round : Abdullah Al Mezayen (Kuw) beat [Q] Mahesh Mangoankar (Ind) 11/7, 11/5, 11/2 (30m)
Finals: Mahesh Mangaonkar bt Bader Al Hussaini 11/7 11/6
12/10 (3-0) 42min
Al Muzayen Clinches Kuwait Crown : 31 May 2012
Local hero Abdullah Al Muzayen delighted the crowd at the South Surrah Ministries Complex in Kuwait City by beating Egypt's Omar Abdel Meguid to win the Kuwait Open Challenger (Cup Martyr Fahad Al-Ahmad) - and celebrate his sixth PSA World Tour title triumph on home soil.
In the semi finals fourth seed Harinder Pal Sandhu prevailed in a first game tie-break to open up an early lead. Meguid, ranked almost 50 places higher, reasserted his authority on the match to take the next two games for the loss of just eight points.
The fourth also went into extra points, but after 71 minutes it was second-seeded Egyptian Meguid who triumphed 10-12, 11-4, 11-4, 13-11 to make his first Tour final of the year, but the eighth of his career.
RESULTS: PSA Challenger 10 Kuwait Open Challenger (Cup Martyr Fahad Al-Ahmad), Kuwait City, Kuwait
James Willstrop Clinches Kuwait PSA Cup : 29 November 2011
England's James Willstrop won the biggest title of his career when he beat Egypt's Karim Darwish in
the finals of the inaugural Kuwait PSA Cup, the eighth and penultimate PSA World Series squash event of the year at Green Island in Kuwait City.
KUWAIT OPEN 1/11/2010
Egypts Wael Hindi world number 10 beat Saurav Ghosal in a straight game in the 1st round of the $172,500 HH Sheikh Saad Abdullah Al-Sabah Trophy, The Patriarch Amir, Kuwait Open PSA Super Series squash event of the year at Green Island in Kuwait.
Shabana beat Gregory Gaultier 11-9, 11-3, 7-5 ret. (56m)
Gaultier beat Daryl Selby 11-6, 11-2, 11-1 (35m)
Delights, while Dipika loses in Semiís In Kuwait (27/10/2010)
Delia Arnold notched up the sixth WISPA World Tour squash
title of her career when she beat surprise opponent Kanzy Emad El-Defrawy
in the final of the Women's Sheikha Sheikha Saad Al Sabah
International in Kuwait.
The Kuala Lumpur-born 26-year-old only faced Egyptians throughout the $11,600 event at the Qadsia Sporting Club in Hawally - and ended unseeded Salma Nassar's brave run in the semi-finals in straight games.
But it was in the other semi that El-Defrawy, the third seed from Cairo, made her breakthrough - after fighting back from 2/1 down to topple India's second seed Dipika Pallikal 11-8, 9-11, 5-11, 11-6, 11-7 in 61 minutes.
Menís World Open Squash Championship, Green Island,( Kuwait) :
Indian number one Saurav Ghosal suffered the indignity of losing the first game without scoring a point - but refocused and battled back to beat French qualifier Mathieu Castagnet 0-11, 11-6, 11-8, 11-5 after 56 minutes.
"It was just weird," explained the 29th seed, from Chennai, afterwards. "He played really well - but I was in the rallies, but everything was wrong, even my body language.
2nd round:  Karim Darwish (EGY) bt  Saurav Ghosal (IND) 11-4, 11-5, 9-11, 11-1 (40m)
1st round: Saurav Ghosal beat Mathieu Castagnet (FRA) 0-11, 11-6, 11-8, 11-5
Open Squash Championship, Kuwait City, Kuwait
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: 24 April 2008
Julian Illingworth (USA) bt Ritwik Bhattacharya (IND) 11-7, 11-4, 11-9
Selby (ENG) bt Saurav Ghosal (IND) 11-8, 5-11, 11-5, 11-6
and Alister Walker boosted the English content of the draw by two
following four-game qualifying final wins over India's Saurav Ghosal
and Jan Koukal, from the Czech Republic, respectively.
"I'm ecstatic to qualify for such a big event again," said 25-year-old Selby after his 11-8, 5-11, 11-5, 11-6 victory. "There's always pressure on the top eight seeds in qualifiers, and it's such a big difference in points and money if you get through. I've just got a new flat with my girlfriend, so she can have a trip to IKEA now!"
the three times US champion from New York, made it through to the biggest
tournament of his career when he beat former Indian champion Ritwik
Bhattacharya 11-7, 11-4, 11-9.
don't have a game plan really - if I'm hitting it well, I go for it, if
not, I'm not going to force it, whatever the body/racquet tells you on the
day," explained the 24-year-old world No39. "But today, I
was shooting more than I would normally do, because at the back, he is
Ritwik Bhattacharya (IND) bt Aaron Frankcomb (AUS) 11-4, 11-9, 11-6
Ghosal (IND) bt Mohammed Abdulrahman Al Tawari (KUW) 11-5, 11-0, 11-3
The only upset came as Ritwik Bhattacharya, the former Indian champion returning to the venue where he played the Asian Championships in February, overcame Australian Aaron Frankcomb - ranked 15 places higher in the world - in three well-contested games, triumphing 11-4, 11-9, 11-6 in 53 minutes.