2016/17 Season Review: Breakthrough Stars – Part One

 

#SeasonReview

Another incredible season on the PSA World Tour drew to a close earlier this month as England’s Laura Massaro and Egypt’s Mohamed ElShorbagy laid claim to the PSA Dubai World Series Finals titles.

We’ll be reviewing all of the major talking points from the past 10 months of world-class squash action over the next few weeks and have already looked back at the outstanding performers over the campaign.

This part of our season review sees us look at some of the players who broke through during the 2016/17 season to surge up the World Rankings.

 

This part of our season review sees us look at some of the players who broke through during the 2016/17 season to surge up the World Rankings.

Paul Coll

World Ranking: #12
2016/17 Honours:
Channel VAS Championship
Played: 33
Won: 22
Lost: 11
Win Percentage: 66.7%

New Zealand’s Paul Coll emerged as a real crowd favourite during the 2016/17 campaign as he picked up his biggest ever title and became the first New Zealander since 1995 to break into the world’s top 20.

Paul Coll

21st Jun 2017

2016/17 Season Review: Breakthrough Stars – Part One

#SeasonReview

Another incredible season on the PSA World Tour drew to a close earlier this month as England’s Laura Massaro and Egypt’s Mohamed ElShorbagy laid claim to the PSA Dubai World Series Finals titles.

We’ll be reviewing all of the major talking points from the past 10 months of world-class squash action over the next few weeks and have already looked back at the outstanding performers over the campaign.

This part of our season review sees us look at some of the players who broke through during the 2016/17 season to surge up the World Rankings.

Paul Coll

World Ranking: #12
2016/17 Honours:
Channel VAS Championship
Played: 33
Won: 22
Lost: 11
Win Percentage: 66.7%

New Zealand’s Paul Coll emerged as a real crowd favourite during the 2016/17 campaign as he picked up his biggest ever title and became the first New Zealander since 1995 to break into the world’s top 20.

Paul Coll

21st Jun 2017

2016/17 Season Review: Breakthrough Stars – Part One

#SeasonReview

Another incredible season on the PSA World Tour drew to a close earlier this month as England’s Laura Massaro and Egypt’s Mohamed ElShorbagy laid claim to the PSA Dubai World Series Finals titles.

We’ll be reviewing all of the major talking points from the past 10 months of world-class squash action over the next few weeks and have already looked back at the outstanding performers over the campaign.

This part of our season review sees us look at some of the players who broke through during the 2016/17 season to surge up the World Rankings.

Paul Coll

World Ranking: #12
2016/17 Honours:
Channel VAS Championship
Played: 33
Won: 22
Lost: 11
Win Percentage: 66.7%

New Zealand’s Paul Coll emerged as a real crowd favourite during the 2016/17 campaign as he picked up his biggest ever title and became the first New Zealander since 1995 to break into the world’s top 20.

Paul Coll

21st Jun 2017

2016/17 Season Review: Breakthrough Stars – Part One

#SeasonReview

Another incredible season on the PSA World Tour drew to a close earlier this month as England’s Laura Massaro and Egypt’s Mohamed ElShorbagy laid claim to the PSA Dubai World Series Finals titles.

We’ll be reviewing all of the major talking points from the past 10 months of world-class squash action over the next few weeks and have already looked back at the outstanding performers over the campaign.

This part of our season review sees us look at some of the players who broke through during the 2016/17 season to surge up the World Rankings.

Paul Coll

World Ranking: #12
2016/17 Honours:
Channel VAS Championship
Played: 33
Won: 22
Lost: 11
Win Percentage: 66.7%

New Zealand’s Paul Coll emerged as a real crowd favourite during the 2016/17 campaign as he picked up his biggest ever title and became the first New Zealander since 1995 to break into the world’s top 20.

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