The world’s best squash players are set to show up at Emirates Golf Club after the Professional Squash Association (PSA) declared that the 2017-18 version of the ATCO PSA Dubai World Series Finals will be arranged on an uncommonly built all-glass showcourt between June 5-9.
The assention implies that Emirates Golf Club will turn into the most recent scene in Dubai to exhibit the PSA World Series Finals, with the 2016 release held in the shadow of the Burj Khalifa – while the 2017 portion saw squash turn into the primary brandishing occasion ever to happen at Dubai Opera.
“Amid the previous three years Dubai has turned out to be the ideal goal for the PSA World Series Finals and I am eager to take the occasion back to the Emirate again this June,” said PSA Chairman and A. A. Turki Group of Companies (ATCO) Chairman Ziad Al-Turki.
“Each real game on the planet has a nearness in Dubai and I’m pleased that squash keeps on being a piece of that. We have fabricated a solid relationship with Dubai and Dubai Sports Council since first bringing the World Series Finals there in 2016 and this year we are eager to work with Emirates Golf Club to put on a different universe class brandishing event.”
Keeping in mind the end goal to meet all requirements for the PSA World Series Finals, players must complete in the best eight on the World Series Standings, with focuses on offer at all eight World Series competitions all through the 2017/18 season.
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Nine players – five men and four ladies – have officially qualified after stellar exhibitions in the initial five occasions.
The main three capability spots for the two men and ladies are right now taken up by Egyptians.
World No.1 and safeguarding champion Mohamed ElShorbagy tops the standings after a rankling effort to date, which has seen him win three World Series finals.
Kindred Egyptians Ali Farag, Tarek Momen and Marwan Elshorbagy fill second, third and fifth individually, with Germany’s Simon Rosner sitting in fourth subsequent to winning January’s J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions.
2016 World Champion Karim Abdel Gawad, three-time World Champion Nick Matthew and three-time World Series Finals victor Gregory Gaultier as of now take up whatever is left of the spots inside the best eight.
The ladies’ line-up is driven by World No.1 Nour El Sherbini, with Nour El Tayeb in second and title holder Raneem El Welily in third.
France’s Camille Serme, safeguarding champion Laura Massaro, Egypt’s Nouran Gohar and England’s Sarah-Jane Perry finish the best eight on the ladies’ standings, while two-time victor Nicol David as of now sits 15 focuses behind and has a genuine battle staring her in the face to qualify.
The fight for the last capability places proceeds with this week at the El Gouna International which finishes up on April 27, with the last occasion, the Allam British Open, held from May 15-20.
Tickets for the season-finishing PSA World Series Finals will go on special soon.