25 Dec 2017

Ali Farag chosen as chief of squash men players

 World No. 3 according to PSA, Ali Farag – Courtesy of Ali Farag`s official account on Facebook

CAIRO – 24 December 2017: Ali Farag, Egyptian Wadi Degla player who is also ranked third in PSA World Series rankings and a Squash U.S. Open title holder, is chosen to be the chief of squash men players and their representative in the Professional Squash Association (PSA).

Farag succeeds the English legend James Willstrop, the former squash player ranked first, to be the new president for the next six years.

"I am proud of my candidacy and my election as the chief of squash men players and I represent them and I think that the game is going in the right direction and that the Egyptian squash players are on a steady pace to strengthen their position in this international game and to emphasize Egypt's global squash leadership," Ali Farag said.

Ziyad El-Turky, head of the Egyptian Squash Association, congratulated the Egyptian player for taking over the position and expressed his happiness and looked forward to working with him throughout his presidency.


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