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Yousaf banks Doha title

In a remarkable PSA World Tour event which featured a 'seedless' semi-final line-up, Pakistan's Muhammad Saqib Yousaf emerged victorious to claim his maiden Tour title at the inaugural Doha Bank PSA Challenger in Qatar. It was in the quarter-finals of the PSA World Tour Challenger 5 squash event at the Khalifa International Tennis & Squash Complex in Doha that the 20-year-old from Lahore made his breakthrough  ... [more]

Krajcsak crowned Kish champion Bianchetti battles to Salzburg success Sabry celebrates SRAM series success Willstrop tops PSA world series standings Home hero Al Muzayen survives Kuwait Challenge King James rules in Richmond Yousaf banks Doha title Adnan wins epic Brisbane final Tuominen takes title No4 in Finland Ghosal grabs career-best Windy city win Classy Gaultier wins Swedish Open crown Nick Matthew returns to world no1


It all started in January of 1984 due to parting of Tennis and Squash Federation to distinct entities. Thereafter, Qatar Squash Federation, that was established in 1984 and became a member in all International and Arabic federations in 1986, recently announced the come-back of "Qatar Classic" for 2001 after three years of
discontinuation of the International event. The International Squash Federation for Professionals PSA chose Qatar Classic 2001... [more]


2012

- WSF World Junior Champ
07-18 July 2012, Doha-Qatar

- World Masters Championship

20-27 July 2012, Birmingham

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Krajcsak crowned Kish champion
05 March 2012 Hungarian Mark Krajcsak returned to winning form at the Kish Persian Gulf Cup in Iran when he upset top seed Yann Perrin to claim the PSA World Tour Challenger 10 title ...

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