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Vote for Your Men’s Rally of the Decade

It’s 10 years since SQUASHTV launched at the J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions – thousands of matches have since been played under the glare of the SQUASHTV cameras, which have captured the incredible drama, jaw-dropping athleticism and breathtaking feats of skill which have captivated squash fans across the globe.

Those same squash fans now have the chance to vote for the greatest rallies ever played in front of the SQUASHTV cameras – starting with the men’s game.

We’ve whittled down the shortlist to 10 rallies spanning the past decade. Relive them in all their glory below and vote in our poll to decide the greatest of them all.

Ramy Ashour v Gregory Gaultier: 2013 J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions

The reactions… The speed… The celebration… need we say more?

Stephen Coppinger v Abdulla Mohd Al Tamimi: 2016 El Gouna International

South African Stephen Coppinger and Qatar’s Abdulla Mohd Al Tamimi played out this stunning rally on the banks of Egypt’s Red Sea.

Mohamed ElShorbagy v Ramy Ashour: 2012 PSA World Championship

There are always fireworks when Mohamed ElShorbagy and Ramy Ashour clash on the PSA World Tour – and their first World Championship final meeting was no different!

Mathieu Castagnet v Daryl Selby: 2016 Windy City Open

This incredible retrieval made Mathieu Castagnet a viral star – showcasing the flair, fitness and skill of squash’s top stars to new audiences around the globe.

Ramy Ashour v Mohamed ElShorbagy: 2014 PSA World Championship

Another rally, another spectacular exchange between ‘The Artist’ and ‘The Beast’ on the world’s biggest stage.

Paul Coll v James Willstrop: 2016 Canary Wharf Classic

This was the rally that gave Kiwi Paul Coll his ‘Superman’ nickname and highlighted him as a future star of the sport.

James Willstrop v Karim Abdel Gawad: 2018 Grasshopper Cup

The famous triple fake in all its glory.

Ramy Ashour v Nick Matthew: 2012 El Gouna International

Simply outstanding squash from Ramy Ashour and Nick Matthew.

Ramy Ashour v Gregory Gaultier: 2016 British Open

Two titans right at the top of their game, competing in the semi-finals of the sport’s longest-running tournament – just sit back and enjoy.

Joel Makin v Mohamed ElShorbagy: 2018 Channel VAS Championships

The very definition of brutal. Incredibly, this rally lasted over four minutes, which is the average game time of a match between the SQUASHTV crew.

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*Voting closes at 23:30 (GMT+1) on Sunday April 19

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