23-year-old Egyptian Ali Farag capped the most impressive week of his squash career to date by defeating England’s World No.3 Nick Matthew in the final of the 2016 Motor City Open to claim the trophy and the biggest tournament title of his career.
Giant-killer Ali Farag (ri) of Egypt continued his run at the 2016 Motor City Open downing France’s World No9 Mathieu Castagnet (le) 12-10, 9-11, 11-4, 11-9 (61m) in the semis 1 day after taking out World No1 Mohamed El Shorbagy. “It feels awesome,” Farag said afterwards.
Egyptian and World No22, Ali Farag (ri), takes his chance to secure the best victory of his career, as he downed his fellow countryman and top seed Mohamed Elshorbagy (le) 6-11, 11-9, 11-7, 8-11, 11-6 after 66 minutes of play at the quarter-final of the 2016 Motor City Open in Detroit.
Colombian Miguel Angel Rodriguez emerged victorious in a battle of training partners to win the Motor City Open. The World No.8 from Bogota overcame unseeded South African Stephen Coppinger, ranked ten places lower, in the final in Detroit to become the tournament's first ever South American winner.
In the 2013 Motor City Open Egypt's Amr Shabana assured that his name will be engraved on the trophy for the 1st time after fellow countryman Karim Darwish retired (11-4, 2-6, ret.) midway through the 2nd game of the final in Detroit, USA.
Ong Beng Hee's (pic ri) fairy tale run in the Motor City Open in the USA went the full distance when the unseeded Malaysian despatched 2nd seed Hisham Ashour (pic le) in straight games in the final in Bloomfield Hills, near Detroit ...
Mohamed El Shorbagy beats compatriot Omar Mosaad after coming back from 1 game down to win the Motor City Open crown which secures him his 2nd PSA title of his career. It’s the biggest title Shorbagy did collect so far. The 20-years-old World No.9 wo...