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Paul Coll & Diego Elias

Necker Mauritius Open & RMCLUB Women's Open Semi-Finals: Preview, stats & How to Watch Live

We’ve reached the semi-final stage at the Necker Mauritius Open 2022 and the RM Club Women’s Open, with 8 players looking to book their places in the finals tomorrow night.

The Necker Mauritius Open (Men’s Gold event) semi-finals will feature the top four seeds of the event tonight as No.1 seed Paul Coll takes on No.3 seed Diego Elias and No.2 seed Mohamed ElShorbagy will play No.4 seed Tarek Momen.

In the RM Club Women’s Open, two French players will be in action as No.6 seed Enora Villard will play No.1 seed Tinne Gilis and No.2 seed Melissa Alves will take on Egypt’s No.3 seed Farida Mohamed.

The action starts at 17:30 (GMT+4) and will be live on SQUASHTV.

The RM Club Women’s Open will also be able to watch for free on the PSA Challenger Tour YouTube channel.

You can keep up with all the live scores from the event here, while you can also follow updates from the event on our social channels: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, TikTok and YouTube.

Necker Mauritius Open 2022 Presented by Beachcomber Resorts & Hotels Order of Play

Order of Play

RMCLUB Women’s Open 2022 Presented by Expression Networks Order of Play

Order of Play

Paul Coll v Diego Elias

H2H statistics

Paul Coll and Diego Elias have both already scored wins over one another this year with Elias picking up the first win in the Sturbridge Capital Motor City Open 2022 back in January.

Coll avenged that defeat at the Allam British Open 2022, where the New Zealander won 3-0 in the quarter finals.

With the score tied at 1-1 for this year, who can pull ahead in the penultimate tournament of their seasons?

SquashLevels predictions

Our friends at SquashLevels have predicted a 3-2 win for Coll and have given the World No.2 a 66% chance of making his way through to the final.

But you just know Elias will not make it easy for him.

Tarek Momen v Mohamed ElShorbagy

H2H statistics

New England No.1 Mohamed ElShorbagy holds an impressive head-to-head record over his opponent Tarek Momen going into tonight’ semi-final. The former World No.1 has beaten Momen 20 times on the PSA World Tour with only 5 defeats.

Momen’s last win over ElShorbagy came at the Canary Wharf Classic 2019 but since then, ‘The Beast’ has won the last 7 encounters between the two.

Can he continue this dominance tonight?

SquashLevels predictions

The SquashLevels predictor sees a tight match unfolding tonight at the RM Club but has Mohamed ElShorbagy claiming another victory with a 70% chance of winning.

They don’t think it will be easy however, as the score predictor has the match going all the way to five games.

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