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NOUR EL TAYEB reached a career-high World No. 3 earlier in 2018 on the strength of several superlative major event results over the last 12 months, including her stunning victory at the 2017 US Open, a title her husband and current World No. 2 Ali Farag won in the Men's division a mere two hours later.  The Cairo-native announced her presence on the world stage by winning every division of the British Open Juniors and then topping off her junior career by becoming World Junior Champion in 2011.  Named PSA Young Player of the Year in 2010, the charismatic and personable Egyptian quickly rose into the top 20 of the world rankings before suffering a significant injury that cause her a set back until mid 2016.  Since then, she has consistently improved both her late stage results in major events and her ranking and is now considered a threat to win any championship.    


ALI FARAG is a  2014 graduate of Harvard University and Cairo-native. Farag has transitioned from emerging talent to become one of the hottest players on the PSA World Tour and a perennial title-contender over the past two years.  A nimble and graceful player, Farag moves with the type of ease last seen in the great Jansher Khan, while he possesses a quiet aggressive streak that fuels a deep inner fire to become the sport’s number one.

He tasted major success as Champion of the 2017 U.S. Open last season.  Married to PSA Women’s superstar Nour El Tayeb, the pair achieved an amazing “first” in the sport of squash when Nour also won the Women’s division of the 2017 US Open.  Since that breakthrough, the charismatic Egyptian has cemented his hold on the World No. 2 ranking through several high profile runner up performances and recent championship runs at the 2018 Oracle NetSuite Open and the 2018 Qatar International.

As a sign of his respect amongst his peers, the 26-year-old was voted in and serves as the current Player President of the PSA.


ARTHUR GASKIN is the current Irish National Champion. The 33-year-old Irish star reached a career high on the PSA World Tour of #80 back in 2009 and competed on the Tour as recently as last season.  He has won three PSA World Tour titles, reached 14 finals and represented Ireland in more than 20 international team tournaments. The 5-time Irish national Champion has commenced his second career as a coach here in the USA. Arthur has been based as a player and a coach in both Orlando and NYC, but now is part of the extended SquashBusters family as the resident pro at the new Moses Brown/SquashBusters facility in Providence, RI.  Arthur and his wife Carey moved to the Ocean State to spearhead Peter Nicol's management of the school's squash teams and its club program. 

has been the USA's No. 1 male player for more than five years.  The Wayne, PA native, who now splits his time between NYC and England, had a prolific junior career, winning the U.S. Open Junior Championships three times and earning the number 1 ranking in the U19 division for three consecutive years.  He attended Episcopal Academy where he led the Churchmen to a D1 title at the U.S. High School Team Championships in 2009.  At Princeton, Harrity was a four-year All-American and led the Tigers to their first National Championship in eighteen years in 2012.  In his final year, he was named co-recipient of the 2013 Skillman Award, given annually to a senior men’s squash player who has demonstrated outstanding sportsmanship during their entire college career.
As a pro, Harrity won the U.S. National Championship in 2015 and 2016 and reached a career-high world ranking of World No. 45 in June 2016.  He currently resides at No. 48

NICK MATTHEW is one of the most accomplished squash players of his or any generation.  The three-time World Champion and three-time British Open Champion retired from major competition in 2018 at 37-years-of-age after seeing through his quest to play and lead the English Team in the 2018 Commonwealth Games in Australia.
The former World No. 1 earned 33 PSA World Tour titles in a professional career that spanned 20 seasons, playing the last several as the oldest player on the men’s tour.
In 2013, Nick married Esme Taylor, a sports physiologist who has worked
with the British cycling team. Their daughter Charlotte Rose was born in
2014.  Off court, Nick is a journalist and author, writing a column for his
hometown paper, The Sheffield Star, and publishing his autobiography,
“Sweating Blood,” in 2013. In 2015,  Her Majesty the Queen of England awarded the squash star the Order of the British Empire (OBE). In 2016, Nick launched the Nick Matthew Academy in Sheffield, UK, designed to coach and nurture the next generation of English squash players, and now also presents the youth program each summer at Berkshire School in Massachusetts.
PETER NICOL was world No. 1 for 60 months on the PSA World Tour and captured more than 50 pro titles, including the 1999 World Open, in a pro career that concluded in 2006. The legendary Scot-turned-Englishman earned two gold medals in singles in the Commonwealth Games and was awarded the MBE in Britain in 1999 for services to squash.

Peter recently relocated to New York City where he and wife Jessica Winstanley manage an extensive range of squash coaching enterprises as well as their effervescent son Bode.  Peter recently expanded those squash activities to include managing the club squash operations at the new SquashBusters/Moses Brown School squash complex in Providence, RI.  Peter’s latest contribution to the sport is as a partner in the launch of the Manhattan Community Squash Center in New York City, a five court, non-profit, public club that will open in late 2019.