Egypt Continues Dominating Squash With Three Players in the Final


  The Professional Squash Association (PSA) World Squash Championships, scheduled for 10 days from 9 to 18 May, is held this year in Cairo, with a prize pool of  USD 565,000 (EGP 26 million) for both men and women, the biggest prize in squash. The annual tournament has brought 128 of the world’s best players together to compete for the championship titles in Egypt, a testament to the country’s prominence in squash, and three Egyptians have made it to the Finale.   In the men’s final, Egyptian champion, Mostafa Asal, ranked third globally in men’s squash, advanced to the final round, securing his spot in the final by defeating the second-ranked New Zealander, Paul Coll, in the semi-final round.  Asal is facing off against Diego Elias of Peru, who recently defeated Egypt’s Ali Farag, a three-time world champion. This marks the first time a South American player has reached the PSA World Squash Championships final. On the women’s side, the Egyptian player, Nour El Sherbini, continues her dominant performance, having secured a spot in her 10th PSA World Squash Championship final by defeating USA’s Olivia Weaver, an American squash player, in…

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