Manchester, Finales

[1] Hania El Hammamy (Egy) 3-0 [2] Sarah-Jane Perry (Eng) 11-5, 11-9, 11-7 (39m)
[3] Diego Elias (Per) 3-0 [4] Joel Makin (Wal) 12-10, 11-6, 11-6 (59m)

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Quarts de Finale


Emily Whitlock (Wal) 3-0 Coline Aumard      11-4, 12-10, 11-4 (34m)

Second Tour

[7] Mazen Hesham (Egy) 3-1 Lucas Serme             11-8, 6-11, 11-5, 11-5 (53m)
Coline Aumard 3-2 [4] Joshna Chinappa (Ind) 8-11, 11-5, 5-11, 11-9, 11-5 (58m)

Elle a dit

“Am I dreaming? I don’t know! I felt good before the tournament started. I was just in a happy zone for the last two weeks. I believe in myself and I am so pleased I won! It was a massive battle. I mean, I do rate Joshna, so much! When I started on the PSA, she was already a top player, so to beat her today is big. I am very pleased for the win!

“I’m not going to repeat myself, but I have had such a tough year. I haven’t seen my family for 20 months so it’s for them. I am so sorry to not be at home with them, so this win is for them!

“I am just super happy. I will try to focus for tomorrow, but for now, I just want to enjoy it. I wish I could go and give them [family and friends in the crowd] a massive hug but I will have to wait until I can go home! Thanks so much for coming to watch me and I love you!”

Il a dit
“I feel gutted. I lost my head at times, there were times I wanted to do too much or was too safe. I lost the tactic of being proactive.”

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Lucas Serme 3-0 Daryl Selby (Eng)                  11-4, 11-7, 11-5 (40m)

Coline Aumard 3-0 Rachael Chadwick (Eng)     11-3, 11-2, 11-7 (31m)


Elle a dit:

“I’m very pleased I won. I was very excited to play here in Manchester because I have some people that came to watch me and it means the world. I just wanted to win and I’m glad I did – it’s for them. I had a tough year, so I’m pleased they came and the support is just priceless.

“It’s been tough and I think we are lucky to be in England today and play this tournament. It’s my second home, I don’t have my French family here, but I have my English one. It means a lot and I think all the players are excited to play here. I don’t know what to say, I’m happy to be here, happy I won and I’m feeling good and that’s the most important thing for me.

“To be injury-free for me is the main thing. I felt good physically and I was jumping everywhere before the match. I felt good on court and I just want to say thank you to my team that make me feel strong and ready for that match.”

Il a dit

“You need to stay focused from the very first point to the very last one, I usually struggle with that and have moments in a match where I suddenly doze off and relax too much or think about something else completely. I’m really happy I managed to stay 100 percent focused on the match and what I was doing and I’m going to have to do that in the next match, too.”


The draws for the men’s and women’s Manchester Open, PSA World Tour Silver tournament, have been released with the tournament set to take place at Manchester’s National Squash Centre from 9th to 13th August.

Egyptians Marwan ElShorbagy and Hania El Hammamy will headline the men’s and women’s line-ups respectively this time around in Manchester, as two new champions are guaranteed following the release of the draws.

ElShorbagy, along with the other top eight seeds, receives a bye into the second round where he will face either England’s George Parker or Scotland’s Greg Lobban as he looks to follow in older brother, Mohamed’s, footsteps by getting his hands on the title.

The World No.5 has tough competition on his side of the draw with the likes of Colombia’s Miguel Rodriguez, Peru’s Diego Elias and compatriot Omar Mosaad all possibly standing in his way en route to the final.

At the opposite end of the draw is former World No.1 and World Champion Karim Abdel Gawad. His first match will see him face either Youssef Ibrahim or Mohamed ElSherbini as he looks to get his hands on his first title of the season. In the bottom half of the draw with him are Wales’ Joel Makin and Egyptians Mazen Hesham and Mohamed Abouelghar.

Along with Makin, there is strong home interest in the men’s draw in Manchester with former World No.1 James Willstrop, Declan James and Patrick Rooney all looking to make an impact at the PSA Silver event.

Meanwhile, the women’s draw is led by World No.5 El Hammamy, with the likes of English No.1 Sarah-Jane Perry, Wales’ Tesni Evans and India’s Joshna Chinappa all included in the high-quality draw.

El Hammamy will begin her tournament against either Malaysia’s Rachel Arnold or Low Wee Wern depending on the outcome of their round one clash, while a potential meeting with India’s World No.10 Chinappa awaits in the semi-finals.

At the opposite end of the draw, Perry will get under way against either compatriot Julianne Courtice or Jasmine Hutton. Her side of the draw could see a battle of the Brits ensue in the semi-finals with Welshwoman Evans seeded to meet her in the last four.

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