Massaro beaten in World squash final
England's Laura Massaro misses out on a second world squash title as she loses to Egypt's Nour El Sherbini in the final.
Massaro makes World Championship final
England's world number one Laura Massaro beats third seed Raneem El Welily to reach the final of the World Squash Championship.
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Around the Web
- External link: Manchester To Host 2017 World Squash Championships
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