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Egyptian Karim Abdel Gawad won in second place. Abdel Gawad is ranked seventh internationally, according to the PSA’s March 2016’s world men ranking
Shams won the gold medal after winning against Hofman in the final match with the result of 3-0
Moahmed El-Shorbagy’s victory is his first at the Windy City Open
This is the second consecutive win for El-Welily, after her 2015 victory against Malaysia’s Nicol David
Five Egyptian women players ranked among the ten in international competition
The Professional Squash Association (PSA) has released its world ranking of male squash players for March 2016, in which five Egyptian squash players are among the top 10 international players. Egyptian Mohamed El-Shorbagy topped the list with 18,935 points; French Grégory Gaultier came in second place acquiring 16,920 points, while England’s Nicholas Matthew came in …
Egyptian AlHassan Khalil won the under 13 years male’s division in the 2016 French Open Squash in Lille, France from 18 to 21 February
Four Egyptian squash players made it to the semi-finals: El-Shorbagy, his brother Marwan, Momen, and Mosaad
Abdallah Yasser won in fourth place in this championship’s under 19 years’ male division
Heliopolis Sporting Club organised an honour ceremony a few days ago to honour the following club squash champions, who achieved victories for not only for the club but for Egypt as well
The championship prize money was $70,000
This was not the first time El-Shorbagy won the Men’s JP Morgan Tournament of Championships by winning against Nick Matthew in 2015 and also in 2016.
Egypt has always been associated with its achievements in squash. A number of Egyptian players have held the world title, including Amr Shabana and Ramy Ashour, although no female players won the title so far. The year 2015 was nonetheless witness to the brilliance of Egyptian player Raneem El-Weleily, who ended the year topping the …
This championship that took place in the US city of Boston from 18 to 22 December is considered one of the most important championships for squash players.
Several nations refused to participate, citing security concerns
Egyptian Omar Mosaad takes second place
El-Shorbagy beat Gaultier in the final game with scores of 11-5, 11-7, 11-5, 10-12.
El-Shorbagy won the title after beating England’s Nick Matthew with a score of 11-7, 12-10, 9-11, 11-6.
The Professional Squash Association (PSA) has ranked Egyptian professional squash player Raneem El-Welily the number one player on the September 2015 PSA Women’s World Rankings list
Egypt will clinch the women’s individual World Open title very soon, says the Wadi Degla player
El-Weleily won over her compatriot, ranked seventh internationally, Omneya Abdel Kawy, in the final match, with a result of 11-6, 11-5, 11-9.
The opening ceremony was attended by dignitaries of Alexandria and the Egyptian and global squash scene, including Governor Hany El-Messiry and the number-one ranked female squash player in the world, Nicol David from Malaysia.
Hong Kong hosted the 2015 squash tournament Hong Kong FC International which ispart of the world tour Professional Squash Association (PSA) and the Women’s Squash Association (WSA). The competition was settled by Max Lee for his country in front of his fans after he defeated the Indian Saurav Ghosal in the final game, with scores …
In the first set, Abdel Gawad won with 11 to 6 points. In the second set, Farag won with 11-9; then Abdel Gawad renewed his victory by winning the third set with 11-9. After that, in the fourth set, Farag won with 11-6
English player Laura Massaro lost to Camille Serme with 1 to 3 points, after she defeated Nicol David (3-2) in their semi final.
This week also witnessed Karim Abdel Gawad winning the Andorra Open
The championship will host great challenges with the participation of English player Laura Massaro and Malaysian Nicol David, the first to win the title internationally for the 8th time since her participation.
An Egyptian has once again taken the top spot after Ramy Ashour defeated former No. 1 champion Mohamed Shorbagy
The world’s number four player, Ashour, beat the world number one, Elshorbagy, in a match that lasted 90 minutes
Offering a $150,000 prize-fund, the 2014 championship will be hosted by the Wadi Degla club in December, following three days’ of qualifying