Women's Squash Championship (CIB) quarter-final resumes on Wednesday



Wed, 30 Oct 2019 - 12:09 GMT


Wed, 30 Oct 2019 - 12:09 GMT

Nour El Sherbiny - FILE

Nour El Sherbiny - FILE

The International Women's Squash Championship (CIB) quarter-finals in Egypt will end Wednesday evening at the pyramids.

The total value of the World Championship awards is $ 430,000, sponsored by Commercial International Bank, as the highest record in the history of the game.

Raneem Al-Weili and Noran Gohar qualified for the semi-final on Tuesday, and there is a chance to achieve a historic achievement for Egypt to be pure Egyptian for the first time.

World champion and world number two Nour El Sherbini plays against New Zealand's Joel King.

The other match will be between world champion Hania Al-Hamami and French champion Camille Serm.

If the Egyptian players succeed in qualifying for the semi-final, Egypt will become the first country to dominate the semi-final since Australia achieved it in 1976.

Egypt won the women's squash championship four times before in the last four editions.

In the last four copies, three Egyptian players have reached the semi-final and Frenchman Camille Serm is the fourth player in the last three of them.

Matches today:

Karim Abdel Gawad vs Marwan El Shorbagy (6:30 pm)

Nour El Sherbini vs New Zealand Joel King (7:30 pm)

French Baptiste Mussotti vs Welsh Joel McCain (8:15 pm)

French Camille Serm vs Hania El Hammami (9:15 pm)



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