This year saw three English players in the finals for the first time in 64 years and the prospect of two English winners, which had not happened since before the Second World War.
First up at the Airco Arena in Hull was Massaro  v Perry , a repeat of the National Squash Championships final in February. Perry, 26, was on the hunt for her first World Series trophy with Massaro looking to add a second Allam British Open title to her 2013 victory.
And it was World No.5 Massaro who raced into a commanding 9/5 lead, winning the first game 11/8. She won the second by the same scoreline before Perry hit back 6/11. Massaro composed herself to comfortably win 11/6 win the fourth game 11/6 to seal the win in 55 minutes.
“It’s unbelievable,” she said. “When I won the British Open the first time I was so happy and there was a little bit more pressure coming into today. With that first title, I played Nicol [David, in the final] and she was World No.1 at the time and there wasn’t any pressure on me at all whereas today, as much as you tell yourself there’s not an awful amount of pressure on you – it’s a British Open final.
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