RAQUETTE PLUS FINE, MEILLEUR CONTROLE :

RAQUETTE DE SQUASH GRAPHENE XT XENON 135 SLIMBODY HEADS UP 2016

[Translate to French:] Laura Massaro claims Carol Weymuller Open

PLUS DE PUISSANCE, PLUS DE CONTRÔLE :

Au squash, que vous misiez sur la puissance ou sur le contrôle, HEAD propose à chaque type de joueur la raquette idéale. La nouvelle Cyano 110 Graphene XT procure davantage de puissance alors que la Xenon 135 Graphene XT Slimbody procure davantage de contrôle. Toutes deux intègrent le Graphene XT, la dernière génération de la technologie innovante Graphene. Dotée d'une structure encore plus résistante, cette technologie assure une meilleure répartition du poids de la raquette, là où les joueurs en ont le plus besoin. Résultat : les raquettes de squash équipées du Graphene XT améliorent la transmission de l'énergie, ce qui permet d'accélérer la balle... et le jeu.

HEAD’S LAURA MASSARO IS NEW SQUASH WORLD CHAMPION

HEAD Racquet Rebel Laura Massaro made history on Sunday by securing her first CIMB Women’s World Squash Championship title – the first English woman in 15 years to do so. Her hard-fought five-set victory over Egyptian Nour El Sherbini in Penang, Malaysia, also makes Massaro one of only seven players to hold the World and British Open squash titles simultaneously.

Massaro and Darwish win World Series titles in Kuala Lumpur

HEAD Racquet Rebel Laura Massaro won her 11th WSA World Tour title and her second World Series title in her career. World No. 3 ranked Massaro had a great run at the CIMB KL Open Squash Championship.

Laura Massaro claims Carol Weymuller Open

Our final today was between defending Champion and world # 2 Raneem El Weiley and world # 3 Laura Massaro from England. In the WSA head to head statistics Laura is ahead 7-3. Both players semi-final matches yesterday were not too long, so they should have arrived today in the final not too fatigued.

Corren collects #43 in Christchurch

Corren collects #43 in Christchurch

Prolific South Australian Mike Corren notched up yet another PSA title with a hard-fought victory in the final of the Doubledot Media Christchurch Boys School Open in New Zealand.

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