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Photos Mariam Madkour
Finals   Day 4     Day 3   Day 2  Day 1

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Draws in Arabic    Latest Matches Results

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Day 5 - Finals           LIVE SCORING


Rokaia Osman 3-2 Suhaila Hussein 11-6, 2-11, 11-7, 4-11, 11-5
Yassin  Waled Zaki 3-2 Karim Adel Fanous 11-9, 9-11, 11-9, 6-11, 11-4

Fairouz Abou-ElKheir
3-0 Amina Orfy    11-7, 11-7, 11-5
Mohamed Hassan Zakaya
3-1 Yaseen Amr Mohamed   8-11, 12-10, 11-5, 11-8

Malak Hisham Khafagy
3-1 Kenzy Sayed   14-12, 11-8, 9-11, 11-7
Karim Mahesh El-Torki
3-1 Omar Azzam   11-2, 9-11, 11-5, 11-9

Sanna Mahmoud
3-0 Nagham Ahmed Mahmoud   11-1, 11-5, 11-6
Ibrahim Mohamed Yosef
3-0 Karim Al-Barbari   12-10, 11-3, 11-8



Omar El-Torkey 3-0 Mohamed Elborei    11-6, 11-6, 11-6

Menna Gharib Nasser
3-0 Shahd Al-Rifai     11-4, 11-6, 11-8
Shehab Essam Hosny
3-0 Abdalla Elmasry 11-1, 11-5, 12-10


Rokaia Osman 3-2 Suhaila Hussein 11-6, 2-11, 11-7, 4-11, 11-5
Yassin  Waled Zaki 3-2 Karim Adel Fanous       11-9, 9-11, 11-9, 6-11, 11-4

In the girls department, those two fighters were incredibly fast and determined the whole match.

I must say the constant screaming "Laura Massaro 'ComeOn' Level of Decibels time 20" at each single point won from Rokaia was not the most attractive thing about the match, even if I undertand the power that those girls put into their squash.

I am not that found either of people clapping systematically the unforced errros from the opponent, especially the parents. In my mind, it gives a wrong message and bad example. The best example of parenting for me is Atef Sherbini, who claps and supports his daughter when she makes an error, claps when the opponent scores a point, and says when he feels a decision is wrongly advantaging his daugther. And we know where that parenting took Nour... End of chapter.

The rallies were long and truly disputed, each and every one of them. If the girls do not have the power of the boys of the same age, they have the sense where the ball should go, hold their shots, and are truly patient, opening the court and then attacking, but never taking their shot for a winner, keeping the rallies going. Truly incredible maturity for that age.

Suhaila took a bad start in the 5th, coudln't never catch up but believed that she actually would come back and win. And after saving a match ball, when she lost the match, she just didn't accept her defeat, burst into tears of despair. And I loved it. I loved the fact that that little girl's world collapsed because she didn't win. It passed quickly of course, her parents/coach saw to that. But I loved that intensity. I truly did.

As for the boys, I saw the end of the second, that Karim won 11/9 thanks to some lovely boasting, then the third game that is probably crucial,.

Karim was completeley dominated 7/3, clawed back to the score, putting so much pressure at the front again with that boasting he forced a few errors out of Yassin's racquet. At 8/9, it's all possible, 9/10, but Yassin finally closes it, 11/9, leading 2/1. And if Karim takes the fourth, it's Yassin that finishes it 11/4 quite comfortably in the 5th.

Note to self: when you try and help by taking the scoresheet to the marking table to save time as the ref seems to have left, make sure that  the match is actually finished and not 2/2 as the ref just went to refresh himself....


Fairouz Abou-ElKheir
3-0 Amina Orfy    11-7, 11-7, 11-5
Mohamed Hassan Zakaya
3-1 Yaseen Amr Mohamed   8-11, 12-10, 11-5, 11-8

To be honest, I didn't catch the boys AT ALL but I saw the end of the girls. If yesterday, Amina was bursting with energy and power, hitting the ball extremely hard and putting it to the back opening the court nicely, today, she seemed a bit flat and never got into the match I felt.

All credit to the accurate hitting from a very mature Fairouz. She changed so much in a few months, she was a little girl yesterday and today, she is a young lady!!! Incredible how they change quickly at that age.

Fairouz never let her opponent feel settle or comfortable on court, and her excellent length game allowed her to volley beautifully, taking all energy out of Amina's legs ... A bit onesided today, and a very disapointed Amina...


Malak Hisham Khafagy
3-1 Kenzy Sayed   14-12, 11-8, 9-11, 11-7
Karim Mahesh El-Torki
3-1 Omar Azzam   11-2, 9-11, 11-5, 11-9

Saw a few shots from that match, what I saw was Malak in front and Kenzy working pretty hard to keep in the rallies. Long match though, very disputed and fair - a ball that seemed not up was given back by the Sporting camp as the ref wasn't sure of one of Malak's shots.

Good and solid match from both, with Malak with maybe mixing her shots better today, that seemed to make the difference.

For the boys, I saw the first two games, with a terrible, terible bad start for Omar bless him, who had a very hard match the day before - it was a weeze through for Karim but the semis were pretty hard on Omar's legs.

It was obvious he didn't have much left in the tank and he could hardly move in the first game, 10/1 - courtesy of a stroke that never was - and 11/2.

All credit to him bless his little cotton socks, he hang in there, and little by little came back into the match, to clinch the second 11/9. Karim reassessed in the 3rd, 11/5 and the fourth was very close but still Karim, 11/9.


Sanna Mahmoud
3-0 Nagham Ahmed Mahmoud   11-1, 11-5, 11-6
Ibrahim Mohamed Yosef
v Karim Al-Barbari 12-10, 11-3, 11-8

Well, I didn't see much - not to say anthing - from the girls, only to see a bit of a onesided match, and I got to see the end of the boys'. Well that was fun...

What I saw was Karim not confident enough in his squash and going at times on fishing expeditions which didn't seem to impress his coach, who kept on telling him  to get on with it and play the ball. He got several no lets out of it...

We then had some pretty good squash in the middle/end of the third, still Ibrahim a bit more powerful at the back, finding some lovely perfect lenght drives. But at 9-8 for Ibrahim, Karim stopped and asked his glasses to be changed as he felt that the lenses were loose. Tournament ref checked them, then decided that there was nothing wrong with them, and awarded a penalty stroke for time wasting.

That didn't help Karim's concentration of course, a few words in Arabic were exchanged - got the gist of it though - and on a tin, Ibrahim closed the match, 11/8.

Discussions followed...


Omar El-Torkey 3-0 Mohamed Elborei    11-6, 11-6, 11-6

It was a very straight forward match, and I hope Elborei won't hate me for saying he was a bit outplayed today.

Omar was flying and never had to really stretched to win the rallies, helped I must say by a few too many unforced errors from Elborei, 7 in the second game alone.

All credit to Omar, who just took the time away from the ball from Elborei, forcing him  to attack too quickly and/or from a wrong position.

But some pretty good rallies at times, and very decent squash.

Menna Gharib Nasser
3-0 Shahd Al-Rifai     11-4, 11-6, 11-8
Shehab Essam Hosny
3-0 Abdalla Elmasry 11-1, 11-5, 12-10

The ladies went rather quickly, didn't even know they were on, sorry for missing them, and I managed to see the last shots from the men's, with Abdalla giving a pretty hard time to Shehab at the end!

Pretty fast pace, nice volleying from both, working hard and fair, lovely match, with Aballa saving match ball to finally bow 12/10 with a lovely backhand drop shot nick...


Suhaila Hussein 3-1 Malak Soliman    11-7, 9-11, 11-8, 12-10
Rokaia Osman 3-0 Farida ElSayed      11-7, 11-4, 11-4

Yassin  Waled Zaki 3-1 Omar Elkeiy             8-11, 11-9, 11-6, 11-9
Karim Adel Fanous 3-2 Adham Ismai 11-8, 6-11, 10-12, 11-4, 11-5

Amina Orfy
3-1 Salma Mohamed                 18-16, 10-12, 11-4, 11-5  
Fairouz Abou-ElKheir 3-1 Nour Khafagy Islam 11-9, 11-13, 11-5, 11-8

Yaseen Amr Mohamed
3-2 Taha Ibrahim      11-9, 11-8, 8-11, 4-11, 11-5
Mohamed Hassan Zacharis 3-2 Marwan AbdelSalam 11-9, 5-11, 9-11, 11-1, 11-6

Malak Hisham Khafagy
3-1 Norein Khalifa   11-7, 7-11, 11-9, 11-7
Kenzy Sayed 3-0 Lojain Ahmed                          11-9, 11-2, 11-3

Karim Mahesh El-Torki
3-0 Adam Mahmoud                      11-3, 11-5, 11-5
Omar Azzam 3-1 Sohail ElShenawy                      11-7, 6-11, 14-12, 12-10

Sanna Mohamed
3-0 Ingy Kamil                          11-5, 11-6, 11-4
Nagham Ahmed Mahmoud v Lina Tammam   11-8, 3-11, 11-6, 11-6

Ibrahim Mohamed Yosef
3-0 Ahmed Sayed Hafiz   11-9, 11-2, 11-7
Karim Al-Barbari 3-0 Ahmed Ismail                    12-10, 11-4, 14-12


Mohamed Elborei 3-2 Mostafa Elserty 10-12, 6-11, 16-14, 11-8, 14-12
Omar El-Torkey 3-0 Mohamed Tamer ElShamy            11-4, 11-5, 11-3

Menna Gharib
3-0 Latifa Alboqaly   conceded the match
Shahd Al-Rifai  3-0 Janna Shalaby 11-6, 11-2 13-11

Shehab Essam Hosny
3-0  Khaled Elkoumy           11-9, 11-5, 11-6
Abdalla Elmasry 3-1 Bassel Ghanim             11-9, 11-3, 9-11, 11-8


Suhaila Hussein 3-1 Malak Soliman 11-7, 9-11, 11-8, 12-10

One more for my theory "size doesn't matter" with the victory for the frail looking Suhaila, against a few centimetres higher Malak, and the physical power looking to come from the latter's racquet.

But once again, more accuracy, moving maybe a bit faster, and compensating the lack of physical power by reading the game juuuust a bit better. But a superb match, fair play and lots of respect between those two.

BU15 Semis

Bit of contrasting semis in the BU15 category, while Karim Mahesh walzed into the fina losing 13 points, Omar Azzam took the first game 7, then lost 11/6, to take the next two 14/12 and 12/10! Sohail Elshenawy will be very disapointed...


Amina Orfy 3-1 Salma Mohamed          18-16, 10-12, 11-4, 11-5  

Oh. My. God. What those two played today could figure in a French National final with no trouble. Incredible power from both, incredible determination from the young British Junior champion Amina Orfy, against strong and fast lefthander Salma Mohamed.

The third is the turning point, it has to be, when you know that the first two games were one a piece, 18/16, 10/12! Salma, grinded by the Nouran Gohar relentless hitting from Amina, made a few crucial errors mid game. It gave confidence to the Champ and off she went to finish it 4 and 5...

But what a match, take a bow girls.


Omar Elkeiy 3-1 Karim Yosef                    12-14, 11-9, 11-4, 11-6
Yassin Zaki 3-2 Seif Elshal               2-11, 10-12, 11-9, 11-9, 11-6
Adham Ismail 3-0 Malik Khalil                             11-3, 13-11, 11-9       
Karim Fanous 3-1 Yassin Mahna                 10-12, 11-8, 11-5, 11-7

Yaseen Mohamed
3-2 Baraa ELshenawany   11-2, 11-6, 10-12, 5-11, 11-9
Taha Ibrahim  3-0  Marwan Essmat                    7-11, 11-3, 11-6, 11-4
Marwan AbdelSalam 3-0 Omar AlMetwaly                  11-3,  11-4  11-4
Mohamed Hassan Zacharis 3-1 Eyad Dawoud    11-8, 6-11, 13-11, 11-7

Amina Orfy
3-0 Lauren Baltayan                     11-9, 11-1, 11-3
Salma Mohamed 3-0 Tala Abaza                    11-1, 11-6, 11-5
Nour Khafagy Islam 3-0 Janna Al-Ghareeb      12-10, 11-7, 11-6
Fairouz Abou-ElKheir 3-0 Ruqaya Hussein         11-2, 11-3, 11-0

Ibrahim Yosef
3-0 Aly Yakout                                 11-7, 11-9, 11-6
Ahmed Sayed Hafiz 3-2 Ahmed Hussein   4-11, 9-11, 11-7, 11-8, 11-9
Ahmed Ismail 3-1 Adham Elseidy                  7-11, 11-5, 13-11, 11-2
Karim Al-Barbari 3-0 Abdel-Rahman Nassar              11-6, 11-1, 11-8

Mostafa Elserty 3-0 Omar Gadalla                         11-5, 11-6, 11-5
Mohamed Elborei 3-1 Yaseen Khalil             7-11, 11-8, 12-10, 11-6
Omar El-Torki 3-0 Hazim El-soud                  wo
Mohamed Tamer ElShamy 3-0 Seif ElShenawy     11-8, 11-9, 11-9



BU13 Quarters
Mohamed Hassan Zacharis
3-1 Eyad Dawoud    11-8, 6-11, 13-11, 11-7

Finally I got to see a bit of squash, and I stopped on the match where there were the most people. BU13. We had the poor ref in the middle, with two seperate clans on each side - parents, relatives, friends and coach(es) forming loud and intense support groups

Both boys were very determined to win, with Hassan Zacharis (not sure of the spelling) looking good at the start of the match only to lose the second game to Eyad Dawood.

Extremely frustrated and angry with himself, chatting to his demons Ramy's style, the red head Zacharis was playing each attack as if his young life depended on it.

Against him, a more settled Eyad, left handed, excellent technique, but that was forced to react and not having much opportunities to place his superb boasting. A no let in the middle of the 4th game set the Eyad camp on fire, the mum poor her not exactly impressed by the decison - which was in my opinion and in the position I was in a good one: the boy was through, he should have played the ball, but at such a stage of the match, spirits run high.

I was personnally impressed by the fighting spirit on Lefty Eyad, who never gave up, kept runing, saving a game ball but bowing 11/7 finally. If he can get his shots juuuuust a bit deeper in the court, he'll have more time to take control of the T. But the heart he has, and the technique. As for Zacharis, love the boy to bits, he has got the fire in him.


To be noted in the BU11, grey hair for the supporters of both Yassin Zaki and Seif Elshal, as Yassin lost the first two games, to take the next three 11/9, 11/9, 11/6. Same grey hair for the parents of the U13 Yaseen Mohamed who took the first two, 2, 6, then lost the next two against Baraa AlShenawany, to clinch the last one 11/9!

Never in doubt...


Didn't see much, only a ball here and there. A hard first game between Amina Orfi and Lauren Baltayan, but after that, Amina just too strong, although Lauren never gave up fighting.

Same story between Nour Khafagy Islam and Janna Al-Ghareeb, a very disputed first game, 12-10, then easier for Nour. The two other quarters were pretty onesided, with Salma and Fayrouz prevailing.


Another big come back for that age group, between two Ahmed - it took me a while to find out the winner as the name I have on the draw is of course not the one he is known as and written on the scoresheet, it would be too simple now, would it.

It's actually Ahmed Sayed Hafiz that climbed up the mountain today, down 4, and 9, he clawed back 7, 8 and 9 against Ahmed Hussein.

A good battle as well for Ahmed Ismail who came back from a game deficit to take the match 5, 13/11, 2...

Main Draw Boys U11, U13, U15

Main Draw Girls U11, U13, U15, U17

Main Draw Women & Men

 Q BU11  Q BU13  Q BU15  Q BU17  Q BU19

 Q GU11  Q GU13 Q GU15  Q GU17

Day 3: The future looks bright enough

I know a few "grincheux", how would you translate that, winging punters I guess, are hoping for a quick change of guards and having less Egyptians at the top of the rankings

Well, for what I have seen here, in a local event - which actually collides with another Junior event in Sharm, meaning we could put another 50% participants on top - that is not going to happen soon.

The numbers say it all: 109 girls U11, 73 U13, 141 boy U11, 120 U13. And I am told that in Blackball club alone, they boast 400 under 9 years old.

The mind boggles....

And it's not just the numbers. Quantity AND quality. To the point I thought some U11 were actually U13. They have the tactic of the game well printed in the racquet, they look for length and are - relatively - patient to go to the front.

I feel for the parents though. I repeat myself, but how intense!!!! There were one in the U11, bless him passionate heart, he lived every point like I felt during the Gouna final between Bagy and Ashour! I swear the man will have a heart attack soon! The funniest part being he kept gesturing 'be patient' to his kid.... So much passion, so much love, but the kid living, existing only in the approval/disapproval of the parent.
Supporting the local outlets

Well, that's my story, and I'm sticking to it.

One of the girls at Blackball is running that lovely cookie outlet, so I thought my duty to support her efforts.

The name? Oven Heaven. They have a Facebook page, Oven Heaven Bakery.

And in the same spirit, I tried one outlet with chicken sharwarma, "discover real Egyptian Food", how could I resist. Lovely as well!

So basically, I am getting fat just to help the local artisans in Cairo. I'm a good person I am.

Honesty is King

Look at those photos. A player asks the ref is his opponent's ball is doubled? And the boy just asks his camp, who gives it back.

And that's class.


Day Two: Still not a Clue....

Well, I sort of know what is going on, which is we are still in the qualifying stages, and each and every single match is played, felt, won and lost as if it was the finals of the World Open.

The Secret of Egyptian Squash

You know, so many times I am asked "what's the secret of Egyptian success?"... Well, there are a lot of factors, the concentration of top players in a few clubs is one, the example shown to the kids by the best players in the world is another, the former top players coaching is a third...

But the more I see, observe and analyse the junior events in Cairo and Alexandria, the more I realise the parents have an enormous, truly huge role in that success.

I often speak about "believing in somebody's success is the greatest gift you can give". A bit like Hedley Matthew, Nick Matthew's dad believe in his son when nobody, and especially not Nick did. Nick's mum believed, but didn't dare hoping to preserve Nick, so she nurtured him and all around him. Both played their role, but Hedley unshakable and unconditional believe in Nick's success is Nick's secret, in my humble opinion.

Well, Egypt is basically boasting with Hedley and Sue  Matthews everywhere! The parents here truly believe in the talent of their kids, they invest a lot of money, of time, of energy, and they fight for their kids - literally sometimes.

What is the secret of Mohamed ElShorbagy? You think it's Jonah Barrington, or Hadrian Stiff, or The Marine Dave Palmer? Of course, they are part of it. But the core, the key, the soul, comes from Basma his mum.

Sometimes overwhelming, sometimes unfair, overbearing, over the top, but always suportive, in the wings, ready to console or celebrate, to advise or rule, the Egyptian parents are the unsung heros of the equation...

But what do I know...

Size doesn't matter

One thing I observe as well today, in the U13 boys competition is that the discrepancy of size often turns out to the advantage of the smaller kid.

They use their skills a bit more as they know they are no match physically, and because of their small size, they are even more determined to make the difference. I watch 3 matches with different build players, and each time, the smaller boy won....

No coaching rule means

I obseve a completely surreal situation - to me anyway, nobody else than I seemed to be annoyed, which is reassuring, not - with a man wearing an official referee's green shirt actually coaching his player (son?) every point lost during the whole match...

Mind you, his coaching was pretty basic, it seemed to me, as the gestures seem to indicate "get the ball to the back, and in the corners".

But still, I argue that when somebody is wearing an official shirt, he should actually act accordingly, and respecting the basic rules - no coaching during play  being one of them... Is it only me??

Day One: Not a Clue....

Ok, Junior events are always a bit of blurr anyway. And this is not the first time I cover an Local Junior event in Egypt, but it's like giving birth: you enjoy the finish product, but the process can be a bit wobbly and tense at times!....

It's nobody's fault but mine, as I do not speak much of Arabic, about 25 words, and I do not read it all all! Hence as all the original draws are - quite logically - in Arabic, I'm basically blind and deaf.... Great attribute for a reporter, you might think.

But one of the joys of working in Egypt - organised chaos without the organising part - is that there is always ALWAYS people to help, truly and utterly. So it takes a while to get to grip with what the h is going on, but I always get somebody who tells somebody to ask somebody to come and explain.

And eventually, I seem to sort of have a vague idea of what's going on.

I can only thank Hatem Mandour, the Club Director,  Ashraf Hanafi, who is in charge of the competition and Squash Director, his adorable team here at Blackball, Ahmed the IT man who gave me Plan A the normal wifi, Plan B Etisalat dongle, and plan C, Orange dongle - they keep cutting off on a regular basis so I just go from A to B to C, repeat - and of course, the wonderful people of Sports of Egypt, who are working "d'arrache-pied", flat out to bring you draws in English, translating something like 750 names from Arabic to English.

Merci, Ibrahim, Omar and Mariam, your efforts are truly appreciated.

BlackBall Sporting Club

This is a brand new club, around a year old, boasting 16 backwall glass courts, 1 all glass court, and coming up soon I'm told 2 three glasswalls courts!

It is I'm told the largest club in Egypt, and since their opening, they have been organising the Nationals, juniors and seniors, the League Finals, and in December, they will be presenting their first PSA event!

Busy busy, busy....

Like a fish in Nile water

Don't think that I'm not happy to be here covering this event.

Yes, it is a bit overwhelming, but the fact that I know about 70% of the adult faces around the court and most of the officials is a great feeling of belonging to my Egyptian Squash extented family.

Plus, I have the lovely Mariam Madkour to take the pictures for me. How more can an editor want/need??

Dates of the event: 4th to 8th October

Number of registered players
BU11: 141  BU13: 120  BU15: 80  BU17: 73  BU19: 24
GU11: 106  GU13: 73  GU15: 60  GU17: 33  GU19: 0
Men: 30 Women: 12  Total: 467 boys/men + 285 girls/women = 752

1. Seifeldin Ahmed Dahshan
2. Karim Sameh
3. Adham Amr Ismail
4. Yassin Walid
5. Seif El Shaal
6. Omar El keiey
7. Malek Sherif
8. Yassin Ayman

1. Yassin Amr
2. Mohamed Zakaria
3. Taha Ayman
4. Omar Abouelmakarem
5. Marwan Tamer
6. Marwan Mohamed Ayman
7. Baraa Yasser
8. Adam Sherif Hosny

1. Karim Eltorkey
2. Omar Azzam
3. Malek Amr
4. Sohail Elshennawy
5. Tarek Ziad
6. Ahmed Walid
7. Adam Ashraf
8. Omar Elsayed Refaat

1. Ibrahim Mohamed
2. Karim El Babrbay
3. Marwan Reda Araby
4. Ahmed Wael
5. Aly Yaqout
6. Ahmed Said Sobhy
7. Adham Sherif
8. Abdelrahman Amr

1. Mostafa El Sirty
2. Mohamed Tamer
3. Omar El Torkey
4. Yassin Ayman
5. Hazem Abouelsoud
6. Omar Ashraf Adly
7. Seifeldin Elshennawy
8. Mohamed Sayed Salem

1. Sohila Hazem Farouk
2. Roqya Essam
3. Malak Samir
4. Farida Amr
5. Tia Mohamed
6. Salma Essam Saad
7. Salma Elsherif
8. Mariam Mohamed Sameh

1. Amina Orfi
2. Fayrouz Ehab
3. Salma Mostafa
4. Nour Islam
5. Lauren Baltayan
6. Jana Raed
7. Nour Khaled Yehia
8. Roqaya Hazem Farouk

1. Malak Khafagy
2. Kanzy Ayman Saber
3. Noureen Hisham Khalifa
4. Lojayn Gohary
5. Zeina Karim
6. Jasmine Mostafa
7. Nour Mohamed
8. Amira Elsayed

1. Sana Mahmoud Ibrahim
2. Lina Sherif Tammam
3. Ingy Sameh
4. Jana Karim
5. Nagham Ahmed
6. Hagar Ayman
7. Nelly Sameh
8. Yara Mostafa

1. Karim Dessouky
2. Abdallah Yasser El Masry
3. Shady El Sherbiny
4. Bassel Sherin
5. Khaled Mohamed
6. Youssef Ahmed
7. Abdelaziz Amgad
8. Ziad Mohamed Mostafa
1. Dina Ahmed Farid
2. Reem Zaky
3. Farida Mahmoud
4. Rowan Abdel Nasser
5. Latifa Mohamed Zakaria
6. Mennatallah Hamed
7. Jana Ahmed
8. Shahd Elsayed


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