Equal Prize Money for ToC
Equal Prize Money Announced for J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions - the World’s Largest Spectator Squash Event - January 07-14, 2016
EQUAL DRAWS AND PRIZE MONEY ANNOUNCED
The J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions announced today that the total purse and size of the draw for the women will equal that of the men’s. Total player compensation will reach $300,000 USD, ranking the championship as one of the top four in the world for 2016.
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Time-Lapse: A Squash Court Rises in Grand Central
To view the Wall Street Journal video of the ToC court construction, click here.
Nicol David Makes History As Longest-Reigning World No.1 Ever
Linda Elriani Receives TOC Women's Squash Leadership Award
Linda Elriani, former world no. 3 and current Director of Squash at the Heights Casino in Brooklyn, New York, received the 2015 ToC Women’s Squash Leadership Award at the TOC Women’s Leadership Luncheon.
CONGRATULATIONS 2015 CHAMPIONS
Raneem El Welily and Mohamed Elshorbagy
Victory at the ToC
Squeakyfeet blogger Tracy Gates captures the emotion of the women's final
El Welily Wins First ToC Title
“Relaxed and happy and grateful,” said Raneem El Welily when she was asked how she felt after defeating fifth seed Alison Waters in four games to claim her first J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions trophy.
Elshorbagy is 2015 ToC Champion
24-year-old World No.1 Mohamed Elshorbagy reinforced his position at the top of the squash ladder with an impressive performance in the final of the J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions to see off England's Nick Matthew 3-1 and claim his fourth major PSA World Series title.
Matthew And Elshorbagy Ready For Mouth-watering Match-up
Enthralling and Captivating
Squeakyfeet blogger Tracy Gates captures the emotion and atmosphere of the women's semifinals
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Waters and El Welily to Meet in ToC Finals
Tenacity, composure and strategic play earned Alison Waters her first trip to the finals of the ToC.
Elshorbagy Eliminates Shabana; Matthew Ousts Rodriguez
World No.1 Mohamed Elshorbagy ended all hopes of Amr Shabana retaining his J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions title with an impressive 3-2 victory over the 35-year-old
Frustration, Exhaustion, Surprise & Predictability
The women's quarterfinal matches - another perspective
Waters Defeats David; Massaro Makes Semis
It was a day of superlative squash and one stunning upset at the J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions at Grand Central Terminal.
Rodriguez Ousts Gaultier; Matthew Eliminates Rosner
Colombia's Miguel Angel Rodriguez pulled off the biggest victory of his career, reinforcing his credentials as a genuine top-ten player, with a thrilling 3-2 victory over Gregory Gaultier
The Building of the Court
In just two minutes, you can see the construction of the famed ToC glass court in Grand Central Terminal
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Shabana & Elshorbagy Will Meet in ToC Quarterfinal
Defending champion Amr Shabana kept alive his hopes of winning back-to-back J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions titles with a gutsy 3-1 win over compatriot Tarek Momen, the World No.7, in an 85-minute match-up in Manhattan's Grand Central Terminal today (Jan 20).
David Dispatches Grinham: Waters Ousts Teran
One More Day To Enter To WIn Finals Tickets
Colombia's Rodriguez Makes History
29-year-old Colombian World No.8 Miguel Angel Rodriguez became the first ever South American squash player to reach the quarter-finals of a PSA World Series event after beating England's Peter Barker in a 120-minute epic at the J.P Morgan Tournament of Champions.
Sobhy Sinks Low
Amanda Sobhy defeated world no. 7 Low Wee Wern of Malaysia in five games to earn a berth in the J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions quarterfinals.
Lust & Ibrahim Make ToC Debuts After Qualifying Successes
England's Victoria Lust and Egyptian Salma Hany Ibrahim will make their debuts on the all glass court at Grand Central Terminal after contrasting qualifying successes.
Egyptian Trio Go Forward In Grand Central
The quarter-finals of the 2015 J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions will be full of Egyptian flavour after Mohamed Elshorbagy, Amr Shabana and Tarek Momen, the World No.1, No.3 and No.7 respectively, came through their second round encounters in New York's Grand Central Terminal today (Jan 18).
SCHEDULE OF PLAY - SUN. JAN. 18
Two Sessions at Grand Central Today at Noon and 2PM12:00 pm - Exhibition - Chris Simpson (ENG) has withdrawn12:45 pm - Mohamed Elshorbagy (EGY) vs .Nicolas Mueller (SUI) 2:00 pm - Tarek Momen (FRA) vs. Saurav Ghosal (IND)2:45 pm - Amr Shabana (EGY) vs. Cameron Pilley (AUS)
Egyptians Rule In ToC Qualifying Shocks
Egyptians claimed the lions' share of places in the qualifying finals of the Women's JP Morgan Tournament of Champions after major upsets on the second day of qualifying action in the WSA Gold 50 squash event in New York, USA.
Gaultier And Matthew Secure Second Round Spots In New York
SCHEDULE OF PLAY - SAT. JAN. 17
Three Sessions today - Noon, 3 and 6PM12:00 pm - Omar Mosaad (EGY) vs. Mohamed Abouelghar (EGY)12:45 pm - Nick Matthew (ENG) vs .Daryl Selby (ENG)1:30 pm - Alister Walker (BOT) vs. Tom Richards (ENG)
Defending Champion Shabana Steams Through In Grand Central
2014 champion Amr Shabana began the defense of his J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions title in New York's stunning Grand Central Terminal today (Jan 16) with an impressive 3-0 win over Finland's Olli Tuominen
Elias, Abouelghar and Salazar To Make Their Main Draw Debuts
A Peruvian player will grace the J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions glass court for the first time when 18-year-old Diego Elias plays Mathieu Castagnet of France on Saturday afternoon.
ELIAS ELICITS VICTORY AND SERME SOARS
A mix of veterans and new faces advanced in first round qualifying matches at the J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions, the world’s largest spectator squash event,
Willstrop Ruled Out of J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions
Former World No.1 James Willstrop, the 31-year-old Englishman who underwent surgery on a hip operation in September 2014, has been ruled out of the upcoming 2015 J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions following a setback to his injury recovery.
Ramy Ashour Withdraws Due to Injury
2014 PSA World Champion Ramy Ashour, the acclaimed Egyptian who thrilled squash fans around the globe when he won a dramatic third world title in Qatar in November 2014, has been forced to withdraw from the upcoming 2015 J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions, the opening PSA World Series event of 2015, due to injury.
Tantalizing First Round Match-ups in 2015 Men's and Women's Draws
With all of the world’s best players on board for the J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions, the world’s largest spectator squash event,
Prize Money Parity for 2015 World's Best On Board
The J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions announced today that the total purse for the women’s championship will nearly double in size to $118,00 to ensure prize money parity for participants at the world’s largest spectator squash event.
ToC Exclusive Video
Amr Shabana and John Nimick: Life, Squash and the ToC
An in depth and wide ranging discussion between the illustrious 4-time World Champion and 3-time ToC Champion Shabana and the veteran player and promoter Nimick.
Taped September 2014 at the NetSuite Open.
Linda Elriani to Receive ToC Women’s Squash Leadership Award
The ToC Women’s Squash Leadership Award will be presented to Linda Elriani at a luncheon at the J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions in Grand Central Terminal on January 21, 2015.
J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions Increases Prize Money for 2015
The J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions, the world’s largest squash spectator event and annually one of the world's major squash championships, announced today ...
Thank You Don Goodwin
For as long as the ToC has been in Grand Central, you have been our golden voice, Engineer editor and great friend! As we bid you adieu, we thank you for being such a wonderful member of the ToC team.
Dominant David Claims First ToC Title
World #1 Nicol David of Malaysia defeats world #2 Laura Massaro of England 11-4,13-11,11-8.
Spectacular Shabana wins Third ToC Title
Seventh seed Amr Shabana (EGY) defeats top seed Gregory Gaultier (FRA)
11-8, 11-3, 11-4