|Birthday:||5th November 1987|
|1st professional season:||2004|
|Career record:||304: 200|
|Best placement:||3 (December 2018)|
|Last update of the infobox: April 1st, 2020|
|Sources: official player profiles at PSA and Squashinfo (see web links )|
Rösner already played extremely successfully in his youth and won all national titles from the U15 category. With his hometown club SC Lengfeld at the time , he also played in the 1st Bundesliga early on . He achieved his greatest success to date in the youth field: At the U19 European Championship in Langnau am Albis , Rösner won both the individual and the team competition. In 2003, at the age of 16, he decided to become a professional. With position 19 in the January world ranking list 2012, Rösner became the first German top 20 player in the world ranking list for 16 years. He achieved his best placement to date with third place in December 2018. After moving to Paderborner SC , several national and international championship titles followed with the team, as well as being appointed to the national team.
With the German national team , he took part in world championships in 2005 , 2007 , 2009 , 2011 , 2013 , 2017 and 2019 . With fifth place, he achieved the best result of a German team at a world championship in 2013.
In the 2012 season he became the first German to qualify for the World Series Finals for the first time , but benefited from Ramy Ashour's cancellation . Despite a win over Karim Darwish , he did not get beyond the group stage. At the World Games 2013 he reached the final in third place after defeating Peter Barker for the first time in the semifinals . In the final he lost to Grégory Gaultier and thus won the silver medal. Shortly afterwards he reached the final of the European championship in singles for the first time, in which he also met Grégory Gaultier. Rösner lost again in four sets and became vice European champion. At first he achieved his greatest success on the PSA World Tour in December 2013 in Kuwait at a tournament in the International 50 category . In the final, he beat Borja Golán in three straight sets and won his seventh career title. At the same time, this was his first victory in a tournament of this category. At the World Games 2017 , Rösner entered the tournament as the top seeded player and ultimately won the gold medal after beating Grégoire Marche 3-1 . For this he was awarded the Silver Laurel Leaf by Federal President Frank-Walter Steinmeier , the first German squash player . In January 2018, Rösner won the Tournament of Champions after beating Tarek Momen in the final, making him the first German to win a PSA World Series tournament . In the 2018/19 season he reached the final of both the US Open and the Qatar Classic . At the 2018/19 World Cup , Rösner not only survived the round of 16 for the first time in his career, but also made it to the semi-finals, in which he was defeated by future world champion Ali Farag . In the following season he repeated this success with another semi-finals . Against Tarek Momen, he was eliminated in four sets.
At national level he won the German championship eleven times in a row from 2007 to 2017 . He has been married since August 2018, and in December 2018 he and his wife had a son.
as single player:
- Vice European Champion : 2013
- Won PSA -Titel: 9
- World Games : 1 × gold ( 2017 ), 1 × silver ( 2013 )
- U19 European champion in singles and with the team in 2006
- German individual champion : 11 titles (2007-2017)
- German double champion: 2006 (with Stefan Leifels )
with his clubs:
- Multiple German team champion with the Paderborn SC
- Multiple Swiss team champion with SC Wohlen
- English team champion with Integrity Surrey H&R
- Dutch team champion with squash Zwolle
- Multiple European Cup winner with the Paderborner SC
PSA World Tour
|Legend (number of titles)|
|PSA World Tour Finals|
|PSA World Tour Platinum
PSA World Series (1)
|PSA World Tour
PSA International (3)
|PSA Star Series (3)|
|PSA Challenger Tour
PSA (Super) Satellite (2)
|1.||April 12, 2009||Galway||Garavan's West of Ireland Open||Gilly Lane||11: 5, 11: 7, 11: 7|
|2.||August 22, 2009||Odessa||Zenit Black Sea Open||Chris Ryder||11: 6, 11: 5, 11: 4|
|3.||December 20, 2009||Palma de Mallorca||Memorial Fernando Vidal Salva Illes Balears Open||Alan Clyne||11: 7, 11: 7, 11: 6|
|4th||December 19, 2010||Palma de Mallorca||Memorial Fernando Vidal Salvá Spanish Open||Davide Bianchetti||11: 6, 11: 4, 11:10|
|5.||June 18, 2011||Kuwait City||Jena International||Aamir Atlas Khan||3:11, 11: 5, 11: 6, 9:11, 11: 9|
|6th||20th October 2012||Santiago de Compostela||Santiago Open||Cameron Pilley||8:11, 11: 5, 11: 8, 16:14|
|7th||December 22, 2013||Kuwait City||Alwatan & Asnan International Tournament||Borja Golan||11: 4, 11: 5, 12:10|
|8th.||November 30, 2014||Edmonton||ReidBuilt Homes Edmonton Open||Tarek Momen||11: 8, 4:11, 7:11, 13:11, 11: 6|
|9.||January 25, 2018||New York City||JP Morgan Tournament of Champions||Tarek Momen||11: 8, 11: 9, 6:11, 11: 5|
|1.||July 17, 2005||Hong Kong||Crocodile Challenge Cup||Dylan Bennett||6:11, 11: 6, 5:11, 11: 1, 7:11|
|2.||April 6, 2008||Herlev Commune||Squashlife Danish Open||Daryl Selby||7:11, 4:11, 8:11|
|3.||July 12, 2008||Brescia||Il Leone Shopping Center Mega Italia Open||Davide Bianchetti||5:11, 7:11, 9:11|
|4th||June 20, 2009||Toulouse||Movida International Toulouse Open||Laurens Jan Anjema||7:11, 11: 9, 4:11, 6:11|
|5.||June 19, 2010||Toulouse||Movida International Toulouse Open||Borja Golan||11: 8, 11: 8, 7:11, 8:11, 5:11|
|6th||March 27, 2015||London||Canary Wharf Squash Classic||Nick Matthew||4:11, 9:11, 7:11|
|7th||April 19, 2015||Zurich||Grasshopper Cup||Grégory Gaultier||8:11, 3:11, 9:11|
|8th.||February 11, 2018||Linkoping||Swedish Open||Ali Farag||7:11, 11: 6, 3:11, 5:11|
|9.||October 13, 2018||Philadelphia||US Open||Mohamed Elshorbagy||11: 8, 8:11, 11: 6, 8:11, 4:11|
|10.||2nd November 2018||Doha||Qatar Classic||Ali Farag||9:11, 7:11, 5:11|
- Silver bay leaf 2017
- Sportsman of the year in Paderborn : 2007, 2009, 2012, 2013, 2017, 2018
- Sportsman of the year in Würzburg : 2011, 2014, 2017
- Official blog
- Player profile at psaworldtour.com (English)
- Player profile at squashinfo.com (English)
- German youth champions. In: squashnet.de. Retrieved April 23, 2019 .
- Squash Bundesliga season opener 2004/2005. In: paderborner-squash-club.de. Paderborner SC , accessed on April 23, 2019 .
- Framboise Gommendy: Europe Junior Suisse 06. In: squash.me.uk. Retrieved April 23, 2019 (French).
- Rosner leaps an impressive five places to take up 19th place. In: psaworldtour.com. Professional Squash Association , December 31, 2011, accessed January 26, 2018 .
- Preparation for the World Series Finals! In: squashnet.de. December 26, 2012, accessed April 23, 2019 .
- David and Gaultier are World Games winners! In: squashnet.de. August 5, 2013, accessed April 23, 2019 .
- Gaultier and Serme European champions! In: squashnet.de. September 8, 2013, accessed April 23, 2019 .
- Simon Rösner wins Paderborn final in Kuwait City. In: paderborner-squash-club.de. Paderborner SC , December 23, 2013, accessed on January 26, 2018 .
- Award of the silver bay leaf. In: bundespraesident.de. Office of the Federal President , October 13, 2017, accessed on October 20, 2017 .
- Rösner and El Sherbini Lift 2018 Tournament of Champions Titles. In: psaworldtour.com. Professional Squash Association , January 26, 2018, accessed January 26, 2018 .
- Rösner only stopped in the final. In: westfalen-blatt.de. Westfalen-Blatt , October 14, 2018, accessed on April 23, 2019 .
- Farag is the Champion. In: qatarsquash.org. Qatar Squash Federation , November 2, 2018, accessed April 23, 2019 .
- Frank legske: Squash: Rösner World Cup dream bursts in the semifinals. In: nw.de. Neue Westfälische , March 2, 2019, accessed on April 23, 2019 .
- Frank beinke: Simon Rösner from Paderborn Squash Club missed the World Cup final. In: nw.de. Neue Westfälische , November 14, 2019, accessed on November 16, 2019 .
- Franziska Hennes and Simon Rösner German champions 2017. In: paderborner-squash-club.de. Paderborner SC , February 19, 2017, accessed on April 23, 2019 .
- Frank beinke: Paderborn squash ace got married. In: nw.de. Neue Westfälische , September 1, 2018, accessed on April 23, 2019 .
- Young squash players secured: Liam Rösner is here! In: squashnet.de. December 29, 2018, accessed December 29, 2018 .
- Sportsman of the Year. In: stadtsportverband-paderborn.de. Stadtsportverband Paderborn eV, accessed on April 23, 2019 .
- Simon Rösner is Sportsman of the Year 2017 in Würzburg. In: dsqv.de. German Squash Association , November 30, 2018, accessed on April 23, 2019 .
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||German squash player|
|DATE OF BIRTH||5th November 1987|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Wurzburg , Germany|