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PSA World Squash Championship Past Winners, history since 1976

All-time Men & Women's PSA World Squash Championship Past Winners, history 1976-2019.








 The two legendary Khan’s are the most decorated players in Squash history to have graced the Men’s World Squash Championship with Jansher Khan having eight to his name, whilst Jahangir Khan captured the title six times – and the pair are considered to be two of the greatest players ever to play the Squash Sport during the span of 16 years dominance and won all world titles between 1981 and 1996 except two times.

Australian legend Geoff Hunt took the first men’s World Championship title after he beat Pakistan’s Mohibullah Khan in final and he won all four events from its Inauguration 1976 to 1980.


 That same year, the women’s World Championship also began in 1976, when the iconic Heather McKay lifted the first of her two titles, beating Marion Jackman on home soil in Australia.

 Australia dominated the women’s squash event over the decade, Michelle Martin’s triumph in 1993-1995 brings the three title wins), Sarah Fitz-Gerald won 5 titles and Carol Owens (1) in nine of the ten tournaments held between 1993-2002.

 Over the next 10 years, the legendary Malaysian Nicol David made her dominance on the Squash Sport, claiming her maiden World Championship title in Hong Kong in 2005 courtesy and won the Eight titles out of Ten played during 2005-2015.

 But Now Egyptian great El Sherbini got her hands on the squash sport’s, when she battled over the 2013 winners Laura Massaros to clinched the 2015 title to become the youngest ever Women’s World Champion at the age of 20 – eclipsing the record set by Four-time champions Devoy 31 years earlier.

Since 2015, El Sherbini has made her mark on the tournament with Four titles in hand, also sealing the 2016, 2018-19  and 2019-20 editions, in his most recent finals when she beat rival compatriots & country-fellow Raneem El Welily at the home soil.





All time PSA Men & Women's Squash World Championship past winners, champions list 1976-2019





PSA World Squash Championship history, Stats, Facts (Men, Women's).





The World Open Squash Championship is a individuals Squash unit organized by
Professional Squash Association (PSA). There are two main prestigious tournaments in Squash-Sport are Squash British Open, Squash World Open.

The first Men's and Women's World Squash Championship is held in 1976.

The Most Winning titles in the PSA Men's World Squash Championship is Jansher Khan (Pakistan) 8th titles followed by Jahagir Khan (Pak) 6th titles & Amr Shabana (Egyp) with 4 title champions.

The biggest names in World Squash Winners have also lifted the illustrious title more than once, with Amr Shabana (4), Ramy Ashour and Nick Matthew (3), David Palmer (2).


In Women's category, the Most Winning titles of PSA Women's World Squash Championship is Nicol David (Malaysia) with 8 titles followed by Sarah Fitz-Gerald (AUS) with 5 times champions.

The other Notable names in women's champions are Michelle Martin (4), Susan Devoy 4 times.

The most recent in Women's Squash Egyptian Nour El Sherbini has won the four titles out of Five Championships.







All-time PSA Men's Squash World Championship past winners, champions list  1976-2019.





1976 (England)  --  Geoff Hunt (Aus) bt Mohibullah Khan (Pak)

1977 (Australia)  --   Geoff Hunt (Aus) bt Qamar Zaman (Pak)

1979 (Canada)  --   Geoff Hunt (Aus) bt Qamar Zaman (Pak)

1980 (Australia)  --   Geoff Hunt (Aus) bt Qamar Zaman (Pak)

1981 (Canada)   --  Jahangir Khan (Pak) bt Geoff Hunt (Aus)

1982 (England)  --   Jahangir Khan (Pak) bt Dean Williams (Aus)

1983 (W. Germany)  --   Jahangir Khan (Pak) bt Chris Dittmar (Aus)

1984 (Pakistan)  --   Jahangir Khan (Pak) bt Qamar Zaman (Pak)

1985 (Egypt)  --   Jahangir Khan (Pak) bt Ross Norman (NZL)

1986 (France)  --   Ross Norman (NZL) bt Jahangir Khan (Pak)

1987 (England)  --   Jansher Khan (Pak) bt Chris Dittmar (Aus)

1988 (Netherlands)  --   Jahangir Khan (Pak) bt Jansher Khan (Pak)

1989 (Malaysia)  --   Jansher Khan (Pak) bt Chris Dittmar (Aus)

1990 (France)  --   Jansher Khan (Pak) bt Chris Dittmar (Aus)

1991 (Australia)  --   Rodney Martin (Aus) bt Jahangir Khan (Pak)

1992 (South Africa)  --   Jansher Khan (Pak) bt Chris Dittmar (Aus)

1993 (Pakistan)  --   Jansher Khan (Pak) bt Jahangir Khan (Pak)

1994 (Spain)  --   Jansher Khan (Pak) bt Peter Marshall (Eng)

1995 (Cyprus)  --   Jansher Khan (Pak) bt Del Harris (Eng)

1996 (Pakistan)  --   Jansher Khan (Pak) bt Rodney Eyles (Aus)




Squash Most decorated player, Jansher Khan (left) and Jahangir Khan (right) in action at World Championship.
Squash Most decorated players, Jansher Khan (left) and Jahangir Khan (right) in action at World Championship.





1997 (Malaysia)  --   Rodney Eyles (Aus) bt Peter Nicol (Sco)

1998 (Qatar)  --   Jonathon Power (Can) bt Peter Nicol (Sco)

1999 (Egypt)  --   Peter Nicol (Sco) bt Ahmed Barada (Egy)

2002 (Belgium)   --  David Palmer (Aus) bt John White (Sco)

2003 (Pakistan)  --   Amr Shabana (Egy) bt Thierry Lincou (Fra)

2004 (Qatar)  --   Thierry Lincou (Fra) bt Lee Beachill (Eng)

2005 (HK, China)  --   Amr Shabana (Egy) bt David Palmer (Aus)

2006 (Egypt)  --   David Palmer (Aus) bt Gregory Gaultier (Fra)

2007 (Bermuda)  --   Amr Shabana (Egy) bt Gregory Gaultier (Fra)

2008 (England)  --   Ramy Ashour (Egy) bt Karim Darwish (Egy)

2009 (Kuwait)  --   Amr Shabana (Egy) bt Ramy Ashour (Egy)

2010 (Saudi Arabia)  --   Nick Matthew (Eng) bt James Willstrop (Eng)

2011 (Netherlands)  --   Nick Matthew (Eng) bt Gregory Gaultier (Fra)

2012 (Qatar)  --   Ramy Ashour (Egy) bt Mohamed El Shorbagy (Egy)

2013 (England)  --   Nick Matthew (Eng) bt Gregory Gaultier (Fra)

2014 (Qatar)  --   Ramy Ashour (Egy) bt Mohamed El Shorbagy (Egy)

2015 (USA)  --   Gregory Gaultier (Fra) bt Omar Mosaad (Egy)

2016 (Egypt)  --   Karim Abdel Gawad (Egy) bt Ramy Ashour (Egy)

2017 (England)  --   Moha. ElShorbagy (Egy) bt Mar. ElShorbagy (Egy)

2018–19 (USA)  --   Ali Farag (Egyp)  bt Tarek Momen (Egyp)

2019–20 (Qatar )   --   Tarek Momen (Egyp)  bt  Paul Coll (AUS)

2020–21     

2021–22

2022–23






All-time PSA Women's Squash World Championship past winners, champions list  1976-2019.







1976 (Australia) Heather McKay (Aus) bt Marion Jackman (Aus)

1979 (England) Heather McKay (Aus) bt Sue Cogswell (Eng)

1981 (Canada) Rhonda Thorne (Aus) bt Vicki Hoffmann (Aus)

1983 (Australia) Vicki Cardwell (nee Hoffman) (Aus) bt Rhonda Thorne (Aus)

1985 (Ireland) Susan Devoy (NZL) bt Lisa Opie (Eng)

1987 (New Zealand) Susan Devoy (NZL) bt Lisa Opie (Eng)

1989 (Netherlands) Martine le Moignan (Eng) bt Susan Devoy (NZL)

1990 (Australia) Susan Devoy (NZL) bt Martine le Moignan (Eng)

1992 (Canada) Susan Devoy (NZL) bt Michelle Martin (Aus)

1993 (South Africa) Michelle Martin (Aus) bt Liz Irving (Aus)

1994 (Guernsey) Michelle Martin (Aus) bt Cassie Jackman (Eng)

1995 (Hong Kong, China) Michelle Martin (Aus) bt Sarah Fitz-Gerald (Aus)

1996 (Malaysia) Sarah Fitz-Gerald (Aus) bt Cassie Jackman (Eng)

1997 (Australia) Sarah Fitz-Gerald (Aus) bt Michelle Martin (Aus)

1998 (Germany) Sarah Fitz-Gerald (Aus) bt Michelle Martin (Aus)

1999 (USA) Cassie Campion (Eng) bt Michelle Martin (Aus)

2000 (Scotland) Carol Owens (Aus) bt Leilani Joyce (NZL)

2001 (Australia) Sarah Fitz-Gerald (Aus) bt Leilani Joyce (NZL)

2002 (Qatar) Sarah Fitz-Gerald (Aus) bt Natalie Pohrer (Eng)

2003 (Hong Kong, China) Carol Owens (Nzl) bt Cassie Jackman (Eng)

2004 (Malaysia) Vanessa Atkinson (Ned) bt Natalie Grinham (Aus)

2005 (Hong Kong, China) Nicol David (Mas) bt Rachael Grinham (Aus)

2006 (N. Ireland) Nicol David (Mas) bt Natalie Grinham (Aus)

2007 (Spain) Rachael Grinham (AUS) bt Natalie Grinham (AUS)

2008 (England) Nicol David (Mas) bt Vicky Botwright (Eng)

2009 (Netherlands) Nicol David (Mas) bt Natalie Grinham (Ned)

2010 (Egypt) Nicol David (Mas) bt Omneya Abdel Kawy (Egy)

2011 (Netherlands) Nicol David (Mas) bt Jenny Duncalf (Eng)

2012 (Cayman Islands) Nicol David (Mas) bt Laura Massaro (Eng)

2013* (Malaysia) Laura Massaro (Eng) bt Nour El Sherbini (Egy)

2014 (Egypt) Nicol David (Mas) bt Raneem El Welily (Egy)

2015** (Malaysia) Nour El Sherbini (Egy) bt Laura Massaro (Eng)

2016*** (Egypt) Nour El Sherbini (Egy) bt Raneem El Welily (Egy)

2017 (England) Raneem El Welily (Egy) bt Nour El Sherbini (Egy)

2018–19 (USA) Nour El Sherbini (Egy) bt Nour El Tayeb (Egy)

2019–20 (Egypt) Nour El Sherbini (Egy) bt Raneem El Weleily (Egy) 

2020–21     

2021–22

2022–23








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