23 May 2014 - Quarters
Ali Anwar Reda 3-1 Nathan Lake
9-11 11-9 11-4 11-9 (67m)
 Jens Schoor 3-0  Reiko
11-4 3-2 retired (24m)
 Andrew Wagih 3-0  Aqeel
11-8 11-6 11-8 (27m)
 Mohd Abouelghar v [Q]
Patrick Miescher 11-6 11-6 11-7
Today both remaining swiss
players lost. Patrick Miescher against a young and very
talented Mohamed Abouelghar. The Egyptian went for many
shots as always and hardly missed them anytime.
Reiko Peter had to retire as his injury from last week
let him suffer again against Jens Schoor. Now we are
looking forward to one all Egyptian semi-final and in the other
one Jens Schoors tries to get into a Kriens final back to back
after his win last week at the Inno Wood Open.
Ali Anwar Reda:
Nathan is a good player. I played him 2 weeks ago and beat him
3/2 so today I knew what to expect from him and I am really
happy to win.
Fairly pleased with the performance but never happy to loose,
felt I was a bit up and down in terms of my squash but that was
also partly down to my opponent. He made less errors than the
last time we played and was solid at the key points.
I am happy to be in the semis, but not with the way I
got there. Unfortunately Reiko who played really well in the
first game got injured in the middle of the second game and had
to give up in the third. I hope the injury isn't too bad and he
will recover quickly from that. All the best to Reiko.
At the same time I am looking forward to the semis tomorrow. I
haven't played Ali Anwar ever before and I am looking forward to
I think I played better than yesterday, and hopefully I can keep
it up for tomorrow.
Patrick is such a good player. He has some nice shots and hard
to read unless you find a rythm, happy
to be in the semis against another egyptian.
Mohamed is a really talented player and I like the way
he plays the game. He had great shots the entire match through
and also if i lo in 3 I really enyjoyed the match.
Overall I am very happy with my tournament and want to thank
once more everybody who set up this great event!