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Celebrate Egyptian World Junior Championship double In Chennai

Whilst an Egyptian double in today’’ s WSF World Junior Individual Squash Championships finals was an inescapable conclusion, the winners were not after front runner Rowan Reda Araby kept the ladies’’ s title as expected, however Mostafa Asal disturbed the seedings after beating preferred and protecting champ Marwan Tarek in straight video games in the guys’’ s last at the Express Avenue Mall in the Indian city of Chennai.

The ladies’’ s climax was a repeat of the 2017 last –– for the very first time in case’’ s 37-year history. In spite of boasting 2 succeeding world junior champion wins over 2nd seed Hania El Hammamy, Araby had actually lost to her compatriot on the previous 4 events –– and routes world No. 20 El Hammamy 11 positions in the PSA World Rankings.

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Araby (visualized above in last action) took the opening 2 video games prior to a jam-packed crowd at the Chennai shopping center –– then cannot transform 3 match-balls in the 3rd prior to Hammamy took the video game 12-10 to require an additional video game.

But the 17-year-old from Alexandria restored her composure in the 4th to liquidate the match 11-4, 11-9, 10-12, 11-9 in 65 minutes to win the title for a 2nd succeeding year.

Araby ends up being the 4th Egyptian to win back-to-back females’’ s titles after Raneem El Welily in 2007, Nour El Sherbini in 2013 and Nouran Gohar in 2016.

““ It feels incredible,” ” stated Araby later on. ““ I ’ m so pleased! That was my last World Juniors and if I hadn ’ t won I understand I would have been so unfortunate.

““ When I got 4 match balls in the 3rd I began thinking of my birthday, about commemorating with my good friends, I simply went crazy and went totally from the court.

““ I understood I needed to return to my tactical plan and focus all the method in the 4th. I nearly lost that too, at 9-7 down, I combated actually difficult to aim to make it not go to 5.

““ Looking at the gamers who have actually won it two times, Nicol (David), Ramy (Ashour), Raneem (El Welily), Nour (El Sherbini), Marwan (Elshorbagy), and particularly Mohamed (Elshorbagy) –– he’’ s my good example, I can’’ t thank him enough, he’’ s assisted me a lot and is constantly there for me.

““ That might be my last junior match, it depends upon the British next year, however if it is my last I’’ m delighted to complete with that a person!””


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The males’’ s last( both imagined above) likewise included the leading 2 seeds and whilst Asal was the 2nd seed, the 17-year-old from 6th of October City is without a doubt the highest-ranked gamer in the males’’ s field– at 71, compared to Tarek’’ s 281.


Furthermore, the match was the set’’ s very first clash in worldwide competitors, though Egyptian sources report 2 wins by ‘‘ underdog ’ Asal over Tarek in current nationwide junior occasions.

Asal reached the last without dropping a video game –– and continued his ‘‘ tidy sheet ’ in Chennai as he romped to an 11-7, 13-11, 11-4 success in 45 minutes over Tarek to declare the world junior title for the very first time.

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““ I ’ m thrilled to end up being World Champion,” ” stated Asal. “ It ’ s excellent that we had 2 all-Egyptian finals.

““ I entered into the match with self-confidence understanding I’’d won in Egypt, however I actually needed to battle tough in the 2nd to keep the momentum going.

““ Thanks to Marwan for all the fights we had in Egypt, and I hope he has a good time in Harvard, we’’ ll miss him and he ’ ll miss us in Egypt! Thanks likewise to my coaches and household, and everybody who’’ s supported me, and specifically Shaza Tamer.””

Asal “included: “ On to the groups now, let’’ s hope we can get that title back for Egypt.””

Men’’ s last: [2] Mostafa Asal( EGY) bt [1] Marwan Tarek ( EGY) 11-7, 13-11, 11-4 (45m)

Women’’ s last: [1] Rowan Reda Araby( EGY) bt [2] Hania El Hammamy ( EGY) 11-4, 11-9, 10-12, 11-9 (65m)

The WSF Men’’ s World Junior Team Championship gets underway on Tuesday with Egypt seeded to recover the title lost to Pakistan in 2016. Of historical interest is the very first look in any World Team Squash Championship of Saudi Arabia.

After 2 days of Pool action, the leading 2 groups in each Pool development to the last 16 knockout phase.


Read more: worldsquash.org

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