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8 August 2011

NickMatthew.co.uk Website Goes Live

NickMatthew.co.uk Website Goes Live

Today sees the unveiling of www.nickmatthew.co.uk the official website of England’s World Champion and World No.1 Squash Player Nick Matthew.

The new site will show not only the colour and excitement of the world’s leading squash player but also provide international followers with comprehensive up-to-date information of his on and off-court activities via links to the player’s Twitter and Facebook pages and his You Tube TV channel. Nick will also be providing regular blogs as he travels and competes on the Professional Squash Association (PSA) World Tour.

The dynamic and informative bespoke website, which has been created by SBM Sports in collaboration with internationalSPORTgroup, is packed full of fascinating information and is a must visit for all squash fans.

www.nickmatthew.co.uk is part of a comprehensive marketing strategy to increase the profile and expand the reach of media coverage of the world’s leading player and its launch coincides with the new squash season which starts with the forthcoming Australian Open to be held from the 8th to the 14th August in which Matthew is the top seed and defending champion.

“I am extremely excited about my new website and the opportunity it will give me to interact with squash fans from around the world. The timing of the launch coincides nicely with the start of the new season and the site will contain regular updates, pictures, videos as well as a tour diary to keep people updated on my progress along the way,” said Nick Matthew, who earlier this month celebrated his eleventh month as World No.1, according to the August Dunlop PSA Men's World Squash Rankings.

www.nickmatthew.co.uk will also feature the latest information from Nick Matthew’s existing sponsors, including leading racket and footwear brands Dunlop and Hi-Tec respectively, who both enjoy long-term relationships with the double Commonwealth Games Gold Medallist.

Issued by isportgroup.com on behalf Nick Matthew