Mohamed El Shorbagy

Mohamed won brother fight to take Mexico Title!

Mohamed Elshorbagy won his 11th PSA Tour event as he reached the 21st final in his career (pic: Steve Cubbins)
23-year-old World No.3 Mohamed Elshorbagy felt no mercy with his 2 years younger brother, when he beat Marwan in the final of the Mexican Open in straight games (11-3, 11-3, 11-2) by dropping only 8 points.

The Elshorbagy rules in Mexico!

"The Elshorbagy rules in Mexico", the world No3 and elder Shorbagy brother Mohamed twittered after him and Marwan reaching the Mexican Open final.
It's an all-Shorbagy final at the Mexican Open, as Mohamed Elshorbagy (ri) overcame egyptian compatriot Omar Mosaad (11-7, 11-6, 9-11, 8-2 ret.) and younger brother Marwan (le) ended Mexican final hopes of Cesar Salazar (12-10, 2-11, 11-7, 11-7), who came with the wild card into the main draw.

Matthew to be 1st men’s finalist in Hull!

"The pace throughout the match today was relentless and I felt like I was running on fumes at the end," said Matthew, who's aiming for British Open title number 4 (pic: Steve Cubbins)
World No2 Nick Matthew had the better end in an epic 104-minutes battle, as he came back from 1:2 games and 1-5 down in the 4th game to overcome the 10 years younger Egyptian World No3 Mohamed El Shorbagy 4-11, 14-12, 3-11, 11-7, 11-8.

Ramy Ashour takes World Series Finals title for the 2nd time

"Everyone would love to win this event and I really pushed myself and focused from the 1st point of the week until the last point of the week which gives me a lot of confidence mentally," said Ashour (pic: Mick Anders).
Egypt's World No3 Ramy Ashour celebrated his 50th appearance in a PSA World Tour final in sensational style, beating compatriot Mohamed El Shorbagy in an electrifying climax of the World Series Finals in Richmond, Virginia, to claim the flagship title for a 2nd time after 2007.

Ashour overcomes Willstrop in thriller!

"Playing James is never easy," said Ramy Ashour. "When you play such an accurate player you have to be 100 per cent. Today James was playing some immaculate squash (pic: Marian Kraus)."
Egypt's two-time World Champion Ramy Ashour (le) was back to his sublime best at the 2014 Windy City Open when he came through an enthralling 76-minute quarter-final encounter against England's James Willstrop (ri) in 4 games (8-11, 11-8, 11-8, 11-8).

Gaultier and Shabana to contest ToC final!

"I'm happy to make the final but I'm trying to take it day by and day and do my best. Playing in a final at Grand Central is an amazing experience”, Amr Shabana (ri) said after the victory (pic: Steve Line).
Top-seeded Frenchman Gregory Gaultier and 4-time World Champion Amr Shabana will contest the final of the 2014 JP Morgan Tournament of Champions after impressive semi-final victories at Grand Central Terminal in New York.

Gaultier and Shorbaby grabbing ToC Semi Slot!

"I'm try to recover now - tomorrow will be another day. I hope to stick to my game plan again. I'v been working on my mental side and it seems to work", Greg Gaultier concluded (pic: Steve Line).
France's World No2 Gregory Gaultier (front) booked his place in the JP Morgan Tournament of Champions semi-finals for the 3rd year in a row after defeating German Simon Rosner (back) in straight games (12-10, 11-6, 11-7 in 57 minutes) at Grand Central Terminal in New York.

Rosner downs Darwish to make ToC quarters!

"I'm very pleased with how I played tonight - I think that was one of the biggest scalps of my career so far," said Rosner (front) after his sensational victory (pic: Steve Line).
At day 2 of the split 2nd round format, Germany’s World No13 Simon Rosner (front) played against the odds, when he beat Egypt's World No6 Karim Darwish (back) in straight games (11-2, 12-10, 11-5) to booked his places as the only unseeded player in the quarter-finals of the JP Morgan Tournament of Champions in New York.
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