The world's top women squash players head for New York this week to celebrate the 40th staging of the Carol Weymuller Open, one of the longest-established events on the Women's Squash Association World Tour.
Malaysian squash star Nicol David admitted today that it was 'a great feeling' to regain the Women's CIMB Malaysian Open title - avenging her final defeat last year by beating defending champion Raneem El Weleily to claim the trophy for the eighth time since 2005.
England's world No2 Laura Massaro acknowledged that Joelle King 'made it really hard for me' as she battled for five games to overcome the New Zealander in today's longest quarter-final of the Women's CIMB Malaysian Open Squash Championship at the Curve Shopping Mall in Petaling Jaya in Selangor.
Alison Waters, the world No4 from England who has reached at least the quarter-finals in her last 12 WSA World Tour events, today crashed out of the second round of the Women's CIMB Malaysian Open Squash Championship in Kuala Lumpur after an impressive performance from Camille Serme, the world No12 from France.
Guyana qualifier Nicolette Fernandes produced the biggest upset in today's opening day of main draw action in the Women's CIMB Malaysian Open Squash Championship in Kuala Lumpur when she dismissed Australia's 15th seed Donna Urquhart to secure an unexpected place in the last 16 of the third WSA World Series event of the year at the Bukit Jalil National Squash Centre.