Squash player in kidney sale U-turn
An Indian squash player backtracks on his plan to sell a kidney to raise funds to play in next month's South Asian Games.
World number one ranking is 'massive'
Briton Laura Massaro will claim the last major prize in squash when she becomes world number one on 1 January.
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- World Team event in Cairo postponed
- Massaro beaten in Hong Kong final
- France's Gaultier wins World title
- Willstrop beaten in World semis
- Willstrop through to World semis
- Willstrop defeats world number one
- Clyne and Lobban suffer early exits
- England's Massaro claims Qatar title
- Simpson hopes for World progress
- Simpson wins his first title of 2015
Around the Web
- External link: Matthew & Massaro confirmed as National Championships top seeds
- External link: LONDON & SOUTH EAST TAKE REGIONAL TEAMS CROWN