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New York $115K PSA Tournament of Champions 2012

 Nick Matthew is the 2012 New York Tournament of Champions winner and he also regains his World No.1 spot for next Month.

Nick beat James Wilstrop in an excellent 85 minute final by 3-1   (8-11  11-9  11-5  11-7)

Have a look at the 5 minute highlights package by clicking here and playing the Squash TV Final Round up

In the Ladies final Natalie Grinham thoroughly justified her No.1 seeding as she thrashed Dipika Pallikal 11-4  11-3  11-3 in just 25 minutes to win her first TOC title.

(below is a great clip from the Shabana v Rodriguez match at match point!)

Draw is available here

Draw is available here

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  1. January 20, 2012 at 1:38 am

    Alan Clyne is through the 1st qualifying round at the Princeton Club which will to go towards earning himself a place at Grand Central Station’s PSA Tournament of Champions main draw in New York.

    Alan beat Faraz Khan of the USA 11-3 11-2 11-5 in a straightforward win for the PSA ranked World No. 31 Harrow player.

    Congrats Alan and fingers crossed for the next round v Castagnet today! Draw is available here

  2. January 25, 2012 at 11:13 am

    Scotlands No.1 Alan Clyne won his 2nd qualifying round at the Princeton Club and now goes through to the 1st round proper at Grand Central Station’s PSA Tournament of Champions in New York.

    Alan beat Mathieu Castagnet of France in a very tight 5 games and will be hoping for a good performance in the PSA $115K Championships 1st round today! When he’s due to play Adrian Grant the PSA World No.17.

  3. January 26, 2012 at 1:52 pm

    Unfortunately Alan Clyne lost his 1st round at Grand Central Station’s PSA Tournament of Champions in New York against Adrian Grant the PSA World No.17 in a grueling 83 minute match that ended 11-5 16-14 9-11 11-5 and it looks as if Alan had got the 2nd game he may have been able to turn the tables on the Englishman.

    In the 2nd round No.1 seed Nick Matthew (PSA World N0.2) was waiting for the winner and Nick has now made his way to the Semi-finals where he will meet Greg Gaultier today.

    In the other semi-final the PSA World No.1 James Wilstrop is facing fellow countryman Daryl Selby (who upset the seeding by beating Karim Darwish in the 1st round). So the top 3 seeds and unseeded Daryl Selby will be doing battle tonight to see who will make it to the final tomorrow.

  4. January 30, 2012 at 2:20 am

    So the big showdown is on tonigh at the New York Tournament of Champions where the World No.1 & 2 meet.

    Nick Matthew v James Wilstrop is going to be a great match-up between the two English rivals to see who really is top dog!

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