Mohamed Elshorbagy (Egy)
3-0 Karim Abdel Gawad (Egy) 11/8, 11/7, 11/7 (45m)
Three Tecnifibre Players out of Four in the
The 2016 British Open finals will be historic for more than one
reason - not only are all four players Egyptian for the first
time ever, but also three of them will be playing with
First up was Nour El Sherbini who reached her fourth
World Series final in a row by recording her fourth win in a row
over five time champion Nicol David.
Sherbini was world junior champion three times, and in
tomorrow's final she'll face the current holder of that title,
Nouran Gohar, who won the match of her life as she beat
defending champion Camille Serme in five nailbiting games.
In the men's final Tecnifibre's Mohamed Elshorbagy will
be defending his title against the 2013 champion Ramy Ashour.
Ramy survived a five-game battle with France's Gregory Gaultier
while Elshorbagy ended the run of unseeded compatriot Karim
So, a Tecnifibre champion is guaranteed, and hopefully it will
be two !!!