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The women of Egypt have taken over squash – but Laura Massaro is ready to make England great again

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Apr 042017
 

The women of Egypt have taken over squash – but Laura Massaro is ready to make England great again

Laura Massaro will board a plane on Tuesday for El Gouna, the Egyptian resort where the women’s world squash championships are to be staged in a week’s time. This is a little like a cricketer heading to the West Indies in the mid-1980s: daunting. Read more

Video: Post Match Reaction From Greg Gaultier

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Mar 272017
 

Wee Wern opens up about squash career, dealing with injuries and battling sexism

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Feb 242017
 

Wee Wern opens up about squash career, dealing with injuries and battling sexism

When nine-year old Low Wee Wern picked up the squash racquet for the first time, little did she know that her life was about to change forever. What started out as a casual weekend practice progressed into an intense 6-days-a-week training, and before she knew it she was representing her home state Penang and Malaysia in various tournaments and championships, both local and international, all before she was even 12. Read more

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