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The Guggenheim Partners & Equitrust Windy City Squash Open 2017 is currently taking place in Chicago, US. Seven Egyptians competed in the round of 16: Mohamed Abouelghar, Karim Abdel Gawad, Fares Dessouky, Mohamed El-Shorbagy, Marwan El-Shorbagy, Ali Farag, and Ramy Ashour. Abouelghar exited the tournament after he lost to England’s James Willstrop 3-1 (11-4/11-8/8-11/13-11). After …
The 2016 Wadi Degla Professional Squash Association (PSA) Men’s World Squash Championship hosted its 32nd round on Friday and Saturday. Egyptian players Mohamed El-Shorbagy, Ali Farag, Karim Ali Fathi, Karim Abdel Gawad, Fares Dessuki, Ramy Ashour, Marwan El-Shorbagy, and Tarek Momen qualified for the 16th round. Fares Dessuki qualified for the 16th round after defeating …
El-Shorbagy made it to the finals after defeating his compatriot Karim Abdel Gawad with scores of 11-8, 11-7, 11-7 and a final score of 3-0
The Egyptians—Mohamed El-Shorbagy, Karim Abdel Gawad and Ramy Ashour—qualified for the semi-finals in the 2016 Allam British Open Squash Championship, currently underway in Hull, England.
The 2016 Allam British Open Squash Championship is currently underway in Hull, England, where Egyptian champions Ali Farag, ranked fourteenth internationally, and Ramy Ashour, ranked fifth internationally, have made it to the quarterfinals. Farag surprised spectators by beating English squash player Nicholas Matthew, ranked third internationally, with scores of 4-11, 13-11, 10-12, 11-7, 11-4 and …
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 …
The world’s number four player, Ashour, beat the world number one, Elshorbagy, in a match that lasted 90 minutes
Egyptian No.1 stays on course to retain El Gouna International title
Elshorbagy booked his place in the final with a 3-2 win over World No.1 Nick Matthew, his second consecutive win over the Englishman having beaten him in the 2013 Qatar Classic final, in a tense and hard-fought battle full of sublime squash action.
Ashour summed up his feelings later to his Twitter followers: “Not happy to lose, but happy to come out of the court in one piece ‘injury free’, and Nick was the better player today.”
England’s Nick Matthew and Frenchman Gregory Gaultier – the two players who have replaced Ashour as the sport’s first ever joint world number ones – were also in action in Linköping.
Ashour was injured in the quarterfinals of Hong Kong Open in December 2013 after having recurring problems with his hamstring
Egypt’s world number one Ramy Ashour and England’s world No4 Nick Matthew will meet in an eagerly-anticipated AJ Bell PSA World Squash Championship semifinal in Manchester on Saturday
Egypt’s defending champion secured his expected place in the last eight for the third year in a row in the third round of the AJ Bell PSA World Squash Championship in Manchester when he beat Australian Cameron Pilley
The top four seeds each progressed to the third round after straight games wins.
The NetSuite Open enjoyed a sold out crowd, beautiful California night and exquisite competition from Ashour and Gaultier.
Ashour first Egyptian to win Squash British Open since 1966