Mohd Ali Anwar Reda (pic) marked his 10th title of his career when he won the Jena Real Estates Open No2 in Kuwait. The world No28 from Cairo was taken to five games by unseeded Abdullah Almezayen in the quarter-finals before beating the Kuwaiti, ranked more than 70 places lower, 8-11, 11-8, 11-3, 5-11, 11-3. It took four games for 21-year-old Reda to overcome 7th seeded compatriot Andrew Wagih Shoukry in the semi-finals before he faced unseeded Egyptian Ali Farag in the final. 18-years-old Farag took Reda to five games before the favourite finally emerged triumphant 11-2, 8-11, 11-9, 8-11, 11-3 after 63 minutes.
Khalifa took World Junior Champion title!
Amr Khaled Khalifa overcame fellow countryman Ali Farag in the final of the Men’s World Junior Squash Championship after he dropped the 1st game to his opponent. In the battle between the two teenagers from Cairo, 17-year-old Khalifa began to take cont…
Toulouse: Rosner takes on Golan!
Germany’s No1 seed Simon Rosner (pic) and former No10 of the world Spanish Borja Golan will meet in the final of the Toulouse Open. Rosner made his way into the final, when he overcome Italian “enfant terrible” Davide Bianchetti after 62 minutes in thr…
Ramy Ashour takes the first ROWE British Grand Prix title!
Egypt’s world No1 Ramy Ashour (pic front) beat England’s James Willstrop 11-7, 3-11, 11-3, 11-5 in the final of the ROWE British Grand Prix 2010 to win the biggest title in Europe this year. Ashour was in full command of the game even if Willstrop mana…
Eight qualifiers found for Kuwait Open!
Qualifying for November’s Kuwait Open takes place at St George’s Hill in Surrey, with 32 players fighting for one of eight available main draw places. Round two saw some marathon matches and some up-sets as well, while Hungarian Mark Krajcsak beat Mohd…
Annie Au enjoys Kuwait Title!
Hong Kong’s Annie Au (pic) celebrated victory against Indian beauty Dipika Pallikal in the Women’s Sheikha Sheikha Saad Al Sabah International at the Qadsia Sporting Club in Hawally, Kuwait. The 21-year-old top seed just struggled in the 3rd game, when…