Since graduating from Harvard University with a degree in Mechanical Engineering in 2014, Egypt’s Ali Farag has established himself as one of the most popular players on the PSA World Tour. Read More.
Frenchwoman Camille Serme is one of the leading female players on the PSA World Tour and has seen a sharp rise in her World Ranking since turning professional in 2005.
Serme first rose to prominence when she came runner-up to Raneem El Welily in the final of the 2007 World Junior Championship before she lifted her first Tour title at the Santiago Open in November to be crowned the Young Player of the Year. Read more.
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Known for his imposing physical style and unrelenting stamina, Gregory Gaultier is one of the most combative players on the PSA World Tour and will go down as a true great of the game when he eventually hangs up his racket.
‘The French General’ showed promise from the very start of his career, reaching the final of the World Junior Championship in 2000 before losing to Karim Darwish but he made up for that by winning the 2001 British Junior Open. Read more.
James Willstrop is one of England’s greatest squash players and has maintained one of the sport’s most bitter rivalries with three-time World Champion Nick Matthew.
Known as ‘The Marksman’ after his accurate shot placement, he has a large, rangy build and stands at an impressive 6 feet 4 inches. Read more.
Joelle King is the leading New Zealander on the PSA World Tour and has done well to come back from a serious Achilles injury sustained in 2014.
She won her first Tour title in 2008 at the North Island Championships and followed that up with three further titles a year later. Read more.
Nicknamed ‘The Artist’, Ramy Ashour is one of the most technically gifted players ever to play the game of squash and a real fan favorite.
He won his first major professional title in 2007, defeating David Palmer in the Canadian Squash Classic. He followed it up by winning the Kuwait Open the same year, beating compatriot Amr Shabana in the final. Read more.
Nour El Tayeb
Cairo-born Nour El Tayeb is one of the most consistent female players on the PSA World Tour and a flamboyant crowd favorite, known for her acrobatic diving abilities.
She reached the final of the World Junior Championship in 2009 but narrowly lost to compatriot Nour El Sherbini.
Her first Tour title came a year later at the Creteil International Open where she became the third youngest Tour title winner after besting home favorite Camille Serme in the final. Read more.
Tarek Momen first ensured he graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Electronic Engineering from the American University of Cairo before fully committing himself to the sport of squash.
He reached his first Tour final at the 2006 Thessaloniki Open but lost to Borja Golan in the final. Read more.
Raneem El Welily
Alexandria-born Raneem El Welily has emerged as one of the most skilful players on the PSA Women’s World Tour since she turned professional in 2002.
She lifted the World Junior Championship twice, in 2005 and 2007, but would have to wait until 2009 to lift her first senior Tour title when she triumphed at the Heliopolis Open in Egypt. Read more.