Pakistan’s Mohamed Hamza Khan and Egypt’s Kenzy Ayman have been announced as the No.1 seeds for the upcoming WSF World Junior Championships taking place from 11-21 August in Nancy, France. 16-year-old Khan currently sits at No.162 in the PSA World Rankings and claimed victory at last year’s US Junior Open, beating compatriot …
World No.3 & defending champion El Hammamy: Hosts France “will do an amazing job!”
For Egypt’s Hania El Hammamy, the World Junior Squash Championships have been a vital part of her progress to becoming one of the game’s top players. Still aged just 21, El Hammamy has received plaudits for her excellent movement and the grace with which she plays the game. Having risen …
Egyptians in World Juniors preparation mode
The Egyptian Squad is well into its training regime for the coming World Juniors in Poland ...
2013 Teams: Egyptian Girls Claim Historic Fourth
It took just 45 minutes for Habiba Mohamed and Nour El Sherbini to win the first two matches in the final of the WSF Women’s World Junior Team Championship to take Egypt into the record books
2012 Teams : Egypt retain team title in Qatar
Iit was favourites Egypt who again triumphed over second seeds Pakistan in the final of the Doha WSF Men’s World Junior Team Squash Championship ...
2009 Teams : Egyptian Dream Team retains the title
Top seeds and defending champions Egypt beat Hong Kong to retain the title in Chennai ...