Amanda Sobhy Becomes the First Ever USA Player to Reach a World Series Final

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USA super star Amanda Sobhy has become the first ever American born player to make the final of a PSA Super Series event. Supporting Amanda in her victory at the JP Morgan Tournament of Champions in Grand Central Terminal Sobhy was team USA’s Natalie Grainger, former TOC Champion. Sobhy over came #1 seed Raneem El Welily in the round of 16 before going to beat Alison Waters and Nouran Gohar to reach the final.

http://www.ussquash.com/team-usas-amanda-sobhy-reaches-first-career-world-series-final-in-grand-central/

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Betts/Hewitt Shock Grainger/Pierrepont, Will Face Tippett Sisters In NYC Open Final

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Semis:

Krizek/McElhinny d. Rix/Rocha, 3-0;

Betts/Hewitt d. Grainger/Pierrepont, 3-1.

Quarterfinals:

Narelle Krizek/Tarsh McElhinny d. Nabilla Ariffin/Joyce Davenport, 3-0;

Tina Rix/Fernanda Rocha d. Tara Mullins/Tehani Guruge, 3-1

Natalie Grainger/Suzie Pierrepont d Nikole Garon/Vic Simmonds, 3-0

Dana Betts/Steph Hewitt d. Seanna Keating/Nikki Todd, 3-0

Continued…..

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Home Favorites Capture Boston Open Title

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Fernanda Rocha and Amanda Sobhy made the most of their home court advantage in the first WSDA Boston Open sweeping to a 3/0 vicotry over #2 seeds Dana Betts and Victoria Simmonds in the final. Sobhy, the PSA world ranked #11,flew back from competing in Qatar to partner with University Club assistant pro Rocha.

Hosted by the University Club of Boston the $10,000 event included #1 seeds and current #1 ranked pair, Narelle Krizek and Natarsha McElhinny. Krizek/McElhinny lost a nail biting semi final match to the eventual winners.

In the bottom half of the draw #2 seeds Dana Betts and Victoria Simmonds defeated Alex Clark and Georgina Stoker in a close 3/0.

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