Second seed Mohamed
stunned fellow Egyptian and event favourite Mohd Ali Anwar Reda
in the final of the Sekisui Open
in Switzerland to win the PSA Challenger 10
squash event in its third year at the Sportpark Pilatus
Reda, the 25-year-old World No.41 from Cairo, was extended in five games
in the semi-finals before overcoming fourth-seeded German Jens Schoor to reach
the 17th Tour final of his career.
But Abouelghar, a 20-year-old from Giza, ranked eight places lower, is
currently enjoying fine form – and celebrated his second Tour final this
month when he defeated compatriot Andrew Wagih Shoukry,
the No.3 seed, in the other semi.
Underdog Abouelghar was too strong for his more experienced opponent in
the final – winning 11-5, 11-9, 12-10 to mark up the fifth PSA World Tour
title of his career.