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Matthew one of the ‘greatest of our generation’, says Willstrop

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Feb 022017
 

Matthew one of the ‘greatest of our generation’, says Willstrop

England No.2 James Willstrop has called his great rival Nick Matthew one of the country’s all-time best squash players and one of the “greatest of his generation” ahead of the National Squash Championships.The country’s top ranked players could come head-to-head in the tournament’s final for the fifth time in six years as Matthew searches for a record ninth title. Read more

Nick Matthew aims for six of the best at Canary Wharf

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Jan 252017
 

Nick Matthew aims for six of the best at Canary Wharf

Three-time World Champion Nick Matthew will be aiming to make it six of the best when he returns to the 2017 Canary Wharf Squash Classic as the top seed in a draw that will see players from 10 countries come together to compete for the PSA M70 title in London’s stunning East Wintergarden venue from March 6-10. Read more  

Battle of Broadway takes centre stage in New York

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Jan 142017
 

Battle of Broadway takes centre stage in New York

Veteran English duo Nick Matthew and James Willstrop will write another chapter into their long-standing rivalry after coming through their opening match-ups at the 2017 J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions – taking place inside New York’s Grand Central Terminal – to set up a tantalising second round encounter. Read more

Matthew Masterclass Inflicts Misery On Willstrop In British Grand Prix Final

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Dec 052016
 

Matthew Masterclass Inflicts Misery On Willstrop In British Grand prix Final

36-year-old Nick Matthew proved that their is still life in the old dog as he produced a masterclass performance to inflict an 19th consecutive defeat on perennial rival James Willstrop and win the final of the 2016 AJ Bell British Squash Grand Prix – his first title win in 18 months. Read more

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