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Mohamed El-Shorbagy is out of the British Squash Championship from the semi-finals

 Mohamed El-Shorbagy, the world's number one squash player, bid farewell to the British Open Squash Championship, hosted by Britain from August 16 to 22, with prizes amounting to 175,000 dollars for men and the same for women, which places it in the platinum category among the highest classification of squash tournaments.

Al-Shorbagy lost in the semi-final match against his New Zealand rival Paul Cole 3-0 in a match that lasted 31 minutes, and the results of the games were as follows: 11-8, 11-7, 11-5.

It is scheduled to meet Paul Cole with the Egyptian champion Ali Farag, the player of the Tigris Valley and ranked second in the world, in the final match of the tournament, and beat Farag over his Colombian rival Miguel Rodriguez in the semi-final match 3-0, in a match that lasted 29 minutes, and the result of the runs was as follows : 1-5, 11-4, 11-6.

The British Championship is one of the most prestigious tournaments in the history of the game, and this tournament is the last in the current season 2020/2021.

The Egyptian champion, Mohamed El-Shorbagy, ranked first in the world, and Nouran Gohar, ranked second for women, holds the championship title for the last edition, which was held in 2019, before it was canceled last season; Due to the repercussions of the spread of the Corona epidemic.


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