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CIB PSA World Tour Finals Final: Preview, stats & How to watch live

We’ve reached finals day in Cairo which means the 2021/22 World Tour Finals Champions will be crowned tonight at the Mall of Arabia as we move back to the best of five format with play commencing at 19:30 (GMT+2),

Two box office finals will be taking place, starting with a battle between the World No.1 and the reigning World Champion as Nouran Gohar takes on Nour El Sherbini.

El Sherbini will be looking to capture this title for the second time in her career, following up on her win in 2018. Whereas Gohar will be determined to finish the season on a high after losing out in the final of both the World Championships and El Gouna International prior to this event. ‘The Terminator’ still managed to capture four titles in 2022 so far but would love to add the World Tour Finals to that list.

In the men’s event, we have a repeat of the recent El Gouna International final as Mostafa Asal will face World No.2, Paul Coll, for the title.

Coll became a 2x British Open Champion this year and also captured the Windy City Open in March on his way to becoming the World No.1 for the first time. This is the New Zealander’s first appearance in the final of this event compared to Asal who won the event last year to claim his first major crown. From there Asal has added the US Open and El Gouna International and looks on top form again this week.

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Finals Order of Play
(All times are local – GMT+2)

Order of play

Gohar v El Sherbini

El Sherbini holds a healthy lead over Gohar in the head-to-head records at 15-6 in favour of the 26-year-old. The last win for El Sherbini came at the biggest stage, the World Championships final.

The pair have met three times on tour this season with Gohar leading 2-1 in matches, can ‘The Warrior Princess’ level things up in the final match of their seasons to take home the title?

Gohar/El Sherbini H2H

Coll v Asal

Defending World Tour Finals Champion Mostafa Asal recently beat World No.2, Coll in the El Gouna International final in an impressive three games. ‘The Raging Bull’ has been calm and collected all week, spelling danger for his opponents throughout the event.

The pair featured in the same group earlier in the week with Coll topping the group after beating Asal in the final match 2-0, although Asal was suspected to not be at 100% as he’d already qualified.

To set up this final, Coll overcame ‘The Beast’ Mohamed ElShorbagy in confident style, 2-0 and Asal produced a very similar performance to down World No.1 Ali Farag and reach back-to-back finals.

Coll/Asal H2H

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