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Omar Mosaad

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Omar Mosaad is known for his tall and imposing play and hard-hitting style. ‘The Hammer of Thor’ won his first PSA Tour final at the 2006 FAJR International and his successes over the years earned him the 2008 PSA Young Player of the Year Award. The Egyptian rose quickly through the world rankings and broke into the top twenty at the end of 2010 after successes at the Kig Open and the Racquet Club Invitational. 2012 saw Mosaad beat the seasoned Adrian Grant over five games to win the Kuala Lumpur Open and he went on to shock compatriot Karim Darwish and Simon RÖsner at the Abierto Mexicano de Raquetas before losing to Gregory Gaultier in straight games in the final. He made his debut for Egypt in the 2013 World Team Championship and had a 100% record, winning all four of his matches, before finishing as runner-up in the Colombian Open to Peter Barker. Mosaad captured the Macau Open in October 2013 after another win over Adrian Grant. The talented Egyptian was unable to add to his PSA World Tour title successes in 2014, but did finish runner-up on two separate occasions, at the Colombian Open and the Macau Open again.

Omar Mosaad Profile
World Ranking: 7
World Series Standing: 9
Birthplace: Egypt
Height: 193
Weight: 90
Coach Hossam Shaddad, Mohamed Mosaad, Islam Hani
Interests Swimming, sushi