Egypt’s squash player Ali Farag won the Optasia Championship title at the Wimbledon Club in London despite a warm-up injury ahead of the match on Saturday, using his victory speech to highlight the discrepancies in sports and politics.
Nour El-Sherbini returned to the women's world rankings after falling to fourth place last month and crowning the world championship against the pyramids.
Abdel Gawad dominated the game from the start and secured the title after winning three straight sets 11-6, 11-8 and 11-8 respectively.
Wadi Degla duo Ali Farag, the world number one, and Noran Gohar, ranked fifth in the world, won the US Open Squash Championship.
Mohamed Abu Al-Ghar, ranked eighth in the Squash world, took second ticket in the semi-finals of the CIB Squash Championship after eliminating Wadi Degla's ranked number one, Ali Farag by total number of points.
Egyptians Ali Farag and Raneem el-Welily have been crowned champions of both men's and women's El Gouna International Squash Open.
Egyptian champions, Ali Farag and Nour el-Sherbiny, dominated the Men and Women Squash World Championship for the third year in a row.
Since graduating from Harvard University with a degree in Mechanical Engineering in 2014, Ali Farag has established himself as one of the most professional squash players who represent Egypt.
Al-Ahly Squash player, Abdel Gawad, defeated his Egyptian fellow, Ali Farag, 3-1 at the final to achieve Black Ball Squash championship title.
Abdel Gawad deprived his opponent from clinching the world ranking top as Farag needed to win the competition to become the new World No.1 for the first time.
Eleven Egyptians are in the squash top 10 ranking for men and women, which was published on Tuesday by the Professional Squash Association.
Egyptian squash champions Ali Farag, Nour El Sherbiny and Nour El Tayeb qualified to the third stage of Windy City Open Squash hosted by Chicago.
Ali Farag, who is ranked the third in the PSA World Series rankings, is chosen to be the chief of squash men players.
Egypt is guaranteed the men`s and women`s titles for the Hong Kong Squash Open.
Egyptian squash player Ali Farag won US Open Squash Championship that took place at the Drexel University in Philadelphia.