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13/10/2021
CIB PSA World Tour Finals News

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Asal and Gohar Qualify for 2021-22 CIB PSA World Tour Finals

Egyptís Mostafa Asal has qualified for the season-ending 2021-22 CIB PSA World Tour Finals following his U.S. Open PSA Platinum victory, while Nouran Gohar has strengthened her lead at the top of the womenís standings.

The CIB PSA World Tour Finals includes both a menís and womenís tournament featuring eight players each and brings together all PSA World Tour Platinum title winners. Any remaining places are allocated to the highest ranked players on the CIB Road to Egypt Standings, with points on offer at all PSA World Tour events during the season.

Asal, who won the CIB World Tour Finals title last season, has moved up to third place and has secured his place at the tournament, which will take place in Cairo in June, following his victory last night over former World Champion Tarek Momen at the Arlen Specter US Squash Center as he claimed his maiden Platinum title.

World No.1 Ali Farag still leads the way at the top of the menís standings with 6,985 points and had already secured his place following his Platinum win at the CIB Egyptian Open earlier this season.

New Zealandís Paul Coll sits in third place, while the rest of the top eight includes Mohamed ElShorbagy (No.4), Momen (No.5), Peruís Diego Elias (No.6), Walesí Joel Makin (No.7) and Marwan ElShorbagy rounds off the top eight.

In the womenís standings, World No.2 Gohar remains top with 7,740 points and has strengthened her lead following her victory last night at the U.S. Open in Philadelphia.

The Egyptian had already qualified for the World Tour Finals following her win at the CIB Egyptian Open in front of the Great Pyramid of Giza in September and her victory over El Hammamy last night made it back-to-back Platinum victories for the 24-year-old.

World No.1 Nour El Sherbini sits in second place with 5,660 points and is closely followed by last seasonís World Tour Finals winner El Hammamy with 5,240 points.

USAís Amanda Sobhy moves up to fourth place following her win last month at the Oracle NetSuite Open PSA World Tour Gold event, while Englandís Sarah-Jane Perry (No.5), Egyptís Salma Hany (No.6), New Zealandís Joelle King (No.7) and Rowan Elaraby complete the top eight.

The next PSA World Tour event will be the menís Qatar Q-Terminals Classic PSA Platinum tournament between 17-23 October.

The 21-22 CIB PSA World Tour Finals are planned to take place in June 2022 in Cairo. For more information follow the PSA World Tour on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

CIB ROAD TO EGYPT STANDINGS