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Everbright Sun Hung Kai Financial Hong Kong Squash Open 2018

Mohamed Elshorbagy (left) and Joelle King (right) took a celebratory photo together after the prize presentation ceremony. The champions and the first runners-up of the men's and women's finals are taking a photo with prize presenters. The quarter-finals, semi-finals and finals were held at the glass-panelled squash court equipped in the Hong Kong Park Sports Centre, and have attracted the attendance of several hundred spectators.
Mohamed Elshorbagy (left) and Joelle King (right) took a celebratory photo together after the prize presentation ceremony. The champions and the first runners-up of the men's and women's finals are taking a photo with prize presenters. The quarter-finals, semi-finals and finals were held at the glass-panelled squash court equipped in the Hong Kong Park Sports Centre, and have attracted the attendance of several hundred spectators.
Mohammed Elshorbagy overcame his fellow Egyptian Ali Farag at a straight to retain his title. Joelle King of New Zealand beat Egyptian Raneem El Welily at a straight in her first final appearance to win her maiden champion title. In the men's final, Ramy ASHOUR from Egypt, a two-time champion and a former world-number-one, is playing against his fellow countryman Karim Abdel GAWAD.
Mohammed Elshorbagy overcame his fellow Egyptian Ali Farag at a straight to retain his title. Joelle King of New Zealand beat Egyptian Raneem El Welily at a straight in her first final appearance to win her maiden champion title. Hong Kong player, Joey Chan defeated Yathreb Adel, in four games to reach the quarter finals again since 2014.
Kids could play in the squash themed games and had the chance to take the challenge on court in the fun day. World No. 3 Nour El Tayeb (behind) and Hong Kong player Au Chun Ming Leo (front) were playing together in an exhibition match for juniors before the finals begin. World class squash players join the officiating guests at the welcoming reception.
Kids could play in the squash themed games and had the chance to take the challenge on court in the fun day. World No. 3 Nour El Tayeb (behind) and Hong Kong player Au Chun Ming Leo (front) were playing together in an exhibition match for juniors before the finals begin. World class squash players join the officiating guests at the welcoming reception.
Sponsor representatives and all local elite squash athletes joined in the press conference to kick off the event.
Sponsor representatives and all local elite squash athletes joined in the press conference to kick off the event.

 

 

 

The above information is provided by the Hong Kong Squash.