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Squash: Egypt's Ashour reaches Allam British Open quarters

Ahram Online , Thursday 23 Mar 2017
Rami Ashour
Egyptian squash player Rami Ashour (Photo: World Championship official Twitter account)
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Egyptian player Rami Ashour secured a place in Allam British Open quarters after claiming an easy 3-0 win over Diego Elias of Peru on Thursday.

Ashour joined compatriots Mohamed ElShorbagy, Ali Farag and Tarek Moemen who have sealed all a place in the tournament's quarters on Wednesday.  

Egypt are set to introduce another player in the quarters with Mohamed Abouelghar will take on Karim Abdeawad in an Egyptian face-off later on Thursday.

Friday's quarters will see an Egyptian face-off when defending champion Mohamed ElShorbagy takes on Ali Farag, while Tarek Moemen will face experienced English player Nick Matthew.

In the woman's competition Egyptian's defending champion Nour El-Sherbini will face Emily Whitlock while Raneem El Welily will have a tough mission against Laura Massaro in the tournament's quarters on Friday. 


Thursday 23 March:
Gregory Gaultier 3-0 Cameron Pilley (11-1,11-3,11-2)
Mathieu Castagnet 3-0 Max Lee (12-10, 11-8,11-9)
Ramy Ashour 3-0 Diego Elias (11-9,11-6,12-10)
Mohamed Abouelghar vs Karim Abdel-Gawad
Thursday 23 March:
Nada Abbas 2-3 Donna Urquart (11-8, 3-11, 8-11, 11-6, 1-11)
Tesni Evans 0-3 Sarah-Jane Perry (5-11,8-11,8-11)
Nicol David 3-1 Joey Chan (11-4, 14-12, 9-11, 11-2)
Nour El-Tayeb vs Camile Serme


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