All credit to Nick Matthew for his third British Open title. He went through a relatively easy draw (for his standards) without complicating life too much for himself. Ramy had a more difficult draw, but the main lesson probably for him is to be a little bit more focused in the first few rounds of the tournament in order to remain mentally and physically fresher for the final.
Nevertheless, we still have to say a big thank you to Ramy for his two matches against Amr Shabana in the quarters and James Willstrop in the semis.
The one against Shabana was extremely fluctuating - at a certain stage with a string of 22 points to Shabana whilst Ramy made only 3! - the one against James was more conventional in the score pattern but probably even more exciting in terms of surrealistic squash being displayed. Just enjoy the below highlights from squashtv and I'll be back with some more technical stuff soon showcasing more rallies from the 2012 British Open.