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Squash on Social: Inside the PSA World Tour

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Last week’s PSA Dubai World Series finals brought the curtain down on another enthralling season on the PSA World Tour, with ‘French General’ Gregory Gaultier and England No.1 Laura Massaro reigning supreme in Dubai.

With a number of the top players taking a few months off from competitive action, we thought we would take a look at what your favourite starts have been up to on social media over the past seven days.

After her spectacular triumph, where she beat Raneem El Welily 3-2 in the final, Massaro was quick to put up this collage of her and Gaultier celebrating their hard-earned victories. Congratulations, guys!

Egyptian duo Mohamed ElShorbagy and Nour El Sherbini, Men’s and Women’s World No.1s, respectively, may have missed out on the top prizes in Dubai, but they took the PSA Player of the Year awards in their respective categories.

United States No.1 Amanda Sobhy looks like she's enjoying her end of season break. We could hear your screams from the UK too!

Water sports seem to be the theme for squash players at the moment, with Scotland’s Alan Clyne demonstrating his surfing skills. Was it as cold as it looks, Alan?

Welshman Peter Creed was in action at the Select Gaming Kent Open and gave us his best impression of Neo from The Matrix.

PSA Men’s Young Player of the Year runner-up Mohamed Abouelghar is enjoying travelling without his trusty squash bag for once! Put your feet up and enjoy the holiday!

Brilliant words from former World No.1 James Willstrop, we couldn’t agree more! A thoroughly enjoyable season finale.

We’re not sure what’s on Men’s World Series Finals runner-up Cameron Pilley’s leg either, but it didn’t inhibit him from stunning ElShorbagy in one of the biggest upsets in the tournament’s history.

Egypt's Marwan ElShorbagy enjoyed a hugely successful season, playing some exquisite squash to win two PSA World Tour titles, break into the world's top 10 for the first time and be named as the PSA Men's Young Player of the Year – Older brother Mohamed was quick to heap the praise on his younger sibling.

By James Hall

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