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Height 173cm

Weight 68kg

Birthplace Sea Cliff

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Amanda Sobhy

DOB 29 June 1993

CountryUnited States

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Flag (eg)N. Sherbini

CIB PSA World Tour Finals 2021/2022 - Cairo, Egypt

25 JUN      Semi final

  • 0-2
  • 2-11
  • 5-11

Flag (england)G. Kennedy

CIB PSA World Tour Finals 2021/2022 - Cairo, Egypt

24 JUN      Round 3

  • 2-0
  • 11-4
  • 11-4

Flag (nz)J. King

CIB PSA World Tour Finals 2021/2022 - Cairo, Egypt

23 JUN      Round 2

  • 2-0
  • 11-5
  • 11-5

Flag (eg)N. Gohar

CIB PSA World Tour Finals 2021/2022 - Cairo, Egypt

22 JUN      Round 1

  • 0-2
  • 4-11
  • 5-11

Flag (be)T. Gilis

El Gouna International 2022 - El Gouna, Egypt

28 MAY      Round 2

  • 1-3
  • 7-11
  • 11-6
  • 5-11
  • 6-11

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El Gouna International 2022 - El Gouna, Egypt

11 JAN      Round 1

  • 0-0

Flag (eg)N. Gohar

CIB PSA World Championships Cairo 2022 - Cairo, Egypt

21 MAY      Semi final

  • 1-3
  • 11-5
  • 3-11
  • 6-11
  • 13-15

Flag (eg)N. Abbas

CIB PSA World Championships Cairo 2022 - Cairo, Egypt

19 MAY      Quarter final

  • 3-1
  • 10-12
  • 11-6
  • 11-5
  • 11-5

Flag (be)N. Gilis

CIB PSA World Championships Cairo 2022 - Cairo, Egypt

17 MAY      Round 3

  • 3-0
  • 11-9
  • 11-8
  • 11-9

Upcoming Matches


South Western Women's Open 2022
Houston, United States

8 SEP      Round 2

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Amanda Sobhy Profile
Date of Birth 29th June, 1993
Height (cm) 173
Weight (kg) 68
Residence Philadelphia, United States
Coach Wael El Hindi, Ong Benghee
Interests Music, Food, Sports, Singing, Marketing, Making people laugh
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Shoe Sponsor Teuton
String Sponsor Ashaway
Other Sponsors Beam, Squash Zone, Parkman Heathcare Partners

Charismatic American Amanda Sobhy is one of the leading players on the PSA World Tour and looks set to battle at the top of the World Rankings for years to come.
She secured her first Tour title in January 2010 at the Liberty Bell Open and, after following that up with the Delaware State Open and the Racquet Club International, she became the first player to claim three Tour titles as a 16-year-old. June 2010 saw her become the the first player from the United States to win the World Junior Championship after a defeat of Nour El Tayeb in the showpiece event.
She won a number of titles in 2012 and 2013 but it was the year after that she started showing her best form as she picked up the Granite Open in March 2014, scalping Rachael Grinham and Omneya Abdel Kawy to claim the title. She again bested Grinham in the final of the HKFC International two months later as she broke into the world's top 10 for the first time in September 2014.
The Amrican rounded off the 2014/15 season in style, defeating El Tayeb to lift the Texas Open, her first International 35 title. Boston-based Sobhy also graduated from the prestigious Harvard University during the 2014/15 season after completing a degree in social anthropology and was named PSA Women's Young Player of the Year in May 2015.
The 2015/16 season saw Sobhy cement her status as a top 10 player and she reached her first World Series final in January 2016’s Tournament of Champions, narrowly missing out to Nour El Sherbini in New York in front of her home crowd. Sobhy also qualified for the season-ending PSA Dubai World Series Finals, where she exited at the group stage.
A second World Series runner-up finish came in August’s Hong Kong Open - with Egypt’s Nouran Gohar proving her conqueror, while she also reached the final of the NetSuite Open a month later before missing out on the title after a defeat to England’s Laura Massaro.
Sobhy went on to meet Camille Serme in the semi-final of the U.S. Open in 2016 and reached the semi-final of the Ciudad De Floridablanca, however injury saw her retire from the game, handing victory to US teammate Olivia Blatchford. A week after the tournament, Sobhy was forced to have surgery on a ruptured left Achilles tendon and was sidelined for most of the year.
She came back from injury in time for the Tournament of Champions at the start of 2018, but could only reach the Last 16 on her return. The American then reached the semis of the Cleveland Classic, but lost out to Joelle King. Sobhy secured his first title in three years in the 2018 Texas Open, defeating Reeham Sedky to lift the trophy. In the summer, she won Gold in both the singles and doubles at the Pan Am Games.
Sobhy beat her sister, Sabrina, to win the Gold Medal in the singles, before teaming up with her to take the doubles crown. She then made the quarter finals in both the US Open and Carol Weymuller Open in the latter part of 2018. After a series of exits in the last 16, Sobhy won the Texas Open for a second consecutive year. She then reached the quarter finals of the DPD Open, before making the last four at both the El Gouna International and the Manchester Open.
In the summer of 2019, the US No.1 did the triple-double as repeated her feat from the 2015 Pan-Am Games. Sobhy won Gold Medals in the Women’s singles, beating compatriot Olivia Blatchford Clyne in the final. She then won the women’s doubles alongside younger sister Sabrina, before winning the team event with both Blatchford Clyne and her younger sibling.
Sobhy started the 2019-2020 campaign by reaching the final of the Open de France - Nantes presented by Tailor Capital, where she lost out to home favourite Camille Serme. Following a poor run of form, the American bounced back at the Bahl and Gaynor Cincinnati Cup, defeat both Sarah-Jane Perry and Hania El Hammamy en route to her first title of the season. She then reached the last eight of both the Windy City Open and the Black Ball Open before the tour was suspended due to COVID-19.
The US No.1 made it to the quarter-finals of the Manchester Open as the sport returned, losing out to eventual winner Nour El Tayeb in the last eight. ‘Southpaw’ Sobhy reached the last four at the CIB Black Ball Squash Open, defeating World No.1 Nour El Sherbini on the way.
The American then started 2021 by reaching the final of the CIB PSA Black Ball Squash Open, before then making the semi-finals of her next four major tournaments, including the PSA World Championships 2020-2021, held in her home nation.
She also reached the semi-finals of the El Gouna International Squash Open, Allam British Open and CIB Egyptian Open, and thanks to those results, Sobhy broke into the top three in the World Rankings, becoming the first American woman to ever be a top three player in the sport. She followed that with a win at the Oracle NetSuite Open, coming through the entire event without dropping a game.
A string of quarter final appearances followed over the next few months, along with a semi-final at the Allam British Open. She also made it to the final of the J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions on home soil, before reaching the last four of the CIB PSA World Championships in Cairo.


CIB PSA World Tour Finals 2021/2022 21 - 26 Jun PSA World Tour Finals Event

El Gouna International 2022 27 May - 03 Jun PSA World Tour Platinum Event

CIB PSA World Championships Cairo 2022 13 - 22 May PSA World Championships Event

J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions 2022 01 - 07 May PSA World Tour Gold Event

Allam British Open 2022 28 Mar - 03 Apr PSA World Tour Platinum Event

CIB Black Ball Open 2022 12 - 17 Mar PSA World Tour Platinum Event

Windy City Open 2022 Presented by the Walter Family 23 Feb - 02 Mar PSA World Tour Platinum Event

Cincinnati Gaynor Cup 2022 02 - 06 Feb PSA World Tour Bronze Event

Cleveland Classic 2022 27 - 31 Jan PSA World Tour Bronze Event

U.S. Open 2021 01 - 06 Oct PSA World Tour Platinum Event

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Career Wins / Losses

68.0Win Ratio

Won 247

Lost 116

Retired 1


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Amanda Sobhy Statistics
Years 14
Total Tournaments Played 130
Total Matches Played 363
Matches Won 247
Matches Lost 116
Finals 25
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