Monday, December 4, 2023

Squash Mad Analysis on Ramy Ashour’s amazing world title triumph in Qatar

Drama in Doha as Ramy Ashour battles through the pain barrier to beat world number one Mohamed Elshorbagy 14-12 in the fifth TACTICAL ANALYSIS by CHRIS HANEBURY of  Serious Squash The stage was set and the Khalifa Complex in Doha, Qatar was packed to the brim. For the first time in a long time the […]

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  1. Thanks, Nick! I think it was a unique occasion and that was my honest opinion about how it unfolded. Elshorbagy looked almost ill and I admired how he was able to continue pushing even when it appeared that his body was pleading for the punishment to end. Under that amount of physical discomfort and being down 5 match balls I can only imagine how mentally strong you need to be to stay positive and continue fighting through the pain. And when’s the last time Ramy lost after having 5 match balls in a game? It was certainly looking bleak for those of us watching at home. What would you have been thinking at that point?

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