Matthew claims Windy City Open title
Britain's Nick Matthew beats world number one Mohamed Elshorbagy 11-7 11-2 11-7 in the Windy City Open final.
Simpson happy with Matthew showing
Guernsey's Chris Simpson is happy with how he fared against eventual winner Nick Matthew at the British Championships.
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