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ElShorbagy’s Hunger is Back As He Plots El Gouna International Title Defence


Defending champion Mohamed ElShorbagy says that he is excited to respond to the challenge of losing his World No.1 ranking earlier this month as he looks to capture his second successive title at the El Gouna International Squash Open – the World Series tournament taking place in El Gouna’s New Marina between April 7-14.

It will be the first time since December 2015 that current World No.3 ElShorbagy has not topped the World Rankings heading into a tournament after a loss of form, combined with mental and physical fatigue, saw him concede top spot to Frenchman Gregory Gaultier after the 34-year-old’s title win at last month’s Allam British Open.

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