Mohamed Abouelghar (Egy) 3-0  Ali Anwar Reda (Egy)
11-5, 11-9, 12-10
all-Egyptian Sekisui final
once more played very attractive Squash. In the first he didn't
let Reda a chance to win the game.
But Reda started to play better from the second on and almost
managed to win the third as he held game balls.
But at the end Abo was just too strong today. It was a very
successful event and we are looking forward to next year
Ali Anwar Reda (Egy) 3-2  Jens Schoor (Ger)
12-10, 11-13, 11-9, 9-11, 11-8 (83m)
3-1  Andrew Wagih
11-3, 5-11, 11-2, 12-10
And it's an All-Egyptian
Final, surprise surprise...
Today Jens Schoor didn't manage to reach two finals back to back
after Kriens as he lost in a very close 83 minutes match 2/3
against Mohamed Reda.
The second semi-final was quicker when Abouelghar defeated Wagih
in four. Tomorrow we have an all Egyptian final and we can
expect great squash.
It's never easy playing a friend and a training partner. He
knows my game very well so I just had to change my game every
now and then to make sure he doesn't drag me in his fas and
So happy to be in the final, I will give it all against a big
brother and a great friend.
I'm not too happy with the result today but at the same time all
credit to him, it's always hard to play with such talented
players like Abou, what make it really hard for me that I had
bad start then I played well in the second also for my opinon we
played in patches always one of us was losing his concentration
during the game.
Thanks and good luck for both of them in the final! "It's all
Ali Anwer Reda:
Jens played really well. I didn't play my best Squash today but
happy to be through to the final playing my younger bro Abou,
the rising Egyptian star.
Quite tough and really close match with Ali. All games were very
tight and could have gone either way. It was a very good match
and I think we both played well.
He was a bit better in the 5th game which secured the win. Still
I was very happy with my performance and game today and I am
looking forward to the next tournament next week in Oslo.
Congrats to Ali and good luck for the final tomorrow.