On 31 March, Laura Massaro from Lancashire won her first KL Open title after a superb display to beat England compatriot Alison Waters in the final at the Berjaya Times Square, Kuala Lumpur.
We love a bit of creative thinking at Sportsister and the news that empty high street stores are being transformed into ‘pop-up’ (temporary) squash courts strikes us as a stroke of genius!
Laura Massaro, World Number 3 and England and European Number 1 squash player tells us her favourite recipe and talks through her daily nutrition plan.
Ahead of her jetting off to the States for the Cleveland Classic, we caught up with World Number 3 and England and European Number 1 Laura Massaro to see how she’s been getting on and to talk about the future of squash.
Emily Whitlock won her second British Junior Open Title in three years on Sunday in front of a full home crowd at the Abbeydale Club, Sheffield.
World number one Nicol David of Malaysia proved just why she is the name to beat as she retained her title at the World Series Squash Finals with victory over England’s Laura Massaro.
Laura Massaro caused upset yesterday at the ATCO PSA World Series Squash Finals as she saw off World No.1 Nicol David on day two of the Finals.
England’s women narrowly missed out on a gold medal following a thrilling match against Egypt in the WSF World Team Championship final.
England’s top ranked squash players breezed through their first group matches at the WSF World Team Championships this morning to remain on track to challenge for the title.
More than 10,000 players have now signed up to take part in the biggest squash match in history on World Squash Day 2012 in support of the sport’s Olympic bid.