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Simon RŲsner (Ger) 3-1 [7] Tarek Momen          11-8, 11-9, 6-11, 11-5 (71m)
[1] Nour El Sherbini
3-2 [8] Nour El Tayeb   2-11, 11-6, 4-11, 11-7, 11-7 (56m)

It's unbelievable feeling right now, I cannot describe it.

I'm extremely happy Ė I couldn't have asked for a better start to 2018. I've been playing well and this is my fifth final in a row. I worked really hard in the summer and have been trying to enjoy playing when I'm out there and that hard work is paying off right now.

Nour and I have played together since we were 12 years old and we are very good friends. It's very hard to play against her, especially because she's been playing so well this season. I'm just really really happy to win this event again.

Hopefully I can keep this momentum going for the rest of the season.

Iím disappointed in the result today of course.

I tried my best today but Simon was playing ridiculously well. I was maybe a little bit flat mentally and my shots werenít as accurate as they have been during the week. I played the best I could on the day but he was better and I have to congratulate him on a great week and a first World Series title.



Simon RŲsner (Ger) 3-1 [1] Gregory Gaultier (Fra) 9-11, 12-10, 11-8, 11-1 (69m)
[7] Tarek Momen 3-2 [3] Ali Farag           11-3, 2-11, 14-12, 6-11, 11-9 (80m)   

[1] Nour El Sherbini 3-1 [4] Laura Massaro (Eng)  4-11, 12-10, 11-4, 11-8 (46m)
[8] Nour El Tayeb 3-0 [3] Camille Serme (Fra)  12-10, 11-6, 11-3 (36m)

[1] Nour El Sherbini 3-1 [4] Laura Massaro (Eng)  4-11, 12-10, 11-4, 11-8 (46m)  

9/0 in the first game, I don't know, I was really flat at the beginning, she was getting everything, she was steady and ready for everything, and I wasn't focused enough to play, I'm not sure what happened there.

After the first game, I regrouped, I came back, and tried to relax, and from that point on, I was able to play my game more.

Even if I was sure I was going to lose that first game, I didn't panick, I knew once I got a few points in that I was getting myself into the game, into the match, played and move on.

I think the second game was the crucial one, winning it was what made the difference.

I think my new racquet is the secret! I just hope that I can play one more match, I keep improving with every match, just one more to go!

[8] Nour El Tayeb 3-0 [3] Camille Serme (Fra)  12-10, 11-6, 11-3 (36m)

I'm happy I won the first game, I think it was the crucial part of the match.

Camille is one of the hardest player to play, she is someone I learned a lot from. She caught me by surprise, volleying everything as if she was standing by the net, she was not allowing any ball to pass by. It took me a while to get used to her game, and although we played over 10 times, it's still hard to get used to her game.

I'm playing Nour tomorrow, we are good friends, very good friends, I am very happy with what she managed to achieve at such a young age, and I'm trying to catch up with her! Hopefully tomorrow, it will be a good match.

[7] Tarek Momen 3-2 [3] Ali Farag        11-3, 2-11, 14-12, 6-11, 11-9 (80m)   

Media previewOnly a couple of weeks ago, I felt I was completely lost in training, I was way off the pace and way off my game. I thought Iíd do really badly in this tournament, I felt I wasnít prepared but then I tried my best to make the most out of the time I had left.

As soon as I came here, I found my rhythm and my length from the very first match.

To beat Ali is unbelievable, I canít believe that I was 8-4 down in the fifth and I made it. I was running on fumes and I just kept pushing and believing in myself. I thought that this is my chance and I had to push until the end.

Iím so glad I did, now Iím in a second final this season, I canít believe that Iím having a very good season and I have one more push tomorrow. Iím going to fight until the end and hopefully I can get my first WS title.

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[3] Ali Farag
3-1 Ramy Ashour                    11-7, 12-10, 7-11, 11-5 (67m)
[7] Tarek Momen 3-0 Ryan Cuskelly (Aus)             11-9, 11-7, 11-7 (39m)

[1] Nour El Sherbini  3-0 [7] Sarah-Jane Perry (Eng)  11-7, 11-7, 11-5 (33m)
[4] Laura Massaro (Eng) 3-0  [5] Nouran Gohar         11-6, 11-8, 11-8 (39m)
[8] Nour El Tayeb 3-1 [2] Raneem El Welily       6-11, 11-9, 11-9, 11-8 (43m)

[1] Nour El Sherbini  3-0 [7] Sarah-Jane Perry (Eng)  11-7, 11-7, 11-5 (33m)

I'm extremely happy to be through in 3 today, SJ has been playing very well from the start of the season, she beat a lot of top players, and as you saw yesterday, she came back from 2:0 down playing great squash.

I am very happy with my performance, I'm really glad I stuck to the game plan from the start to the end. I'm really looking forward to the semis tomorrow.

I'm more comfortable today and more confident. Yesterday's match against Mariam was really tough, it was not one of my best days but I'm really happy that today, I came back to my game and my tactics. I found my confidence again, and that's a good thing to take from today.

There is no secret to Egyptian Squash Success. Egypt is very good at the moment, and we have a lot of great players, but I think it's just our time. We are really enjoying it, being on top, and we just hope we can keep going, that more generation will come at the same level and even better.

[8] Nour El Tayeb 3-1 [2] Raneem El Welily       6-11, 11-9, 11-9, 11-8 (43m)

If someone would have told me that we [El Tayeb and Farag] would both come out as winners, I wouldnít have believed it.

Raneem is not just the maverick of squash, sheís one of my idols. I learn a lot from her on and off the court, sheís the most graceful, most talented Egyptian female squash player.

I got so nervous in Aliís match, it took me a while to get this match going and against someone like Raneem, I canít afford to start late. I saw how Ali studied his game and was preparing for the match and I tried to do that like him.

I hope heís happy with my performance today and hopefully we can keep it up tomorrow.

[3] Ali Farag 3-1 Ramy Ashour                    11-7, 12-10, 7-11, 11-5 (67m)

Tricky is an understatement to describe Ramy's game. Ramy on his day is the best player on the tour no doubt about it, and everybody knows that. I tried to keep it as much as I could at the back of the court as nobody can compete with him at the front.

Today, I tried and forgot who I was playing against, because I think of Ramy as a squash God and I forget to play my own game, so I tried to focus on my own game plan we had set with my coaches Bassem Makram, Wael my brother, Karim Darwish and obviously Nour. Everything went well.

Of course I was a bit edgy, I know how dangerous of an opponent he is, he's got all the shots in the book from anywhere in the court, so I had to be all the time on my guard and on alert on the T.

There were a lot of stop and start, it wasn't easy and we couldn't get into a rhythm. Ramy has got more experience than I have, so I had to bring in a new ball just to liven things up again, I'm just so happy I won today, nobody is happy because Ramy is the crowd favourite, but hopefully from now on, they are going to chose me as the one to cheer on!

I am just very happy to win. Ziad Al-Turki, PSA chairman, Godfather of Squash, and my sponsor was here tonight watching, so I wanted to give a good show for him. I want to thank him for the support he gives to the game, and to me as he is my sponsor, so I am very happy I got the win today.

A loss is a loss regardless of what happened...

It hurts and itís not pleasant but pain teaches us a lot and I like learning! ... Moving on I will only say this ď Everything I have won or achieved in my career has been my appetizer, I am now ready for the main course and of course there is always room for the dessertĒ :)

thank you @tocsquash For an amazing event... thanx to my sponsors for their continued support @princesports @pharco_pharmaceuticals @salmingsquash

Also thanx to my team who helped me at this tournament Hesham El Attar ( coach , Ioonna and David Endres (physio therapy), Amy (Massage therapist) and my American manager Maria Danzilo for all her efforts ...

And last but not least thanx to everyone who supports me on social media, love you guyz ...

[7] Tarek Momen 3-0 Ryan Cuskelly (Aus)             11-9, 11-7, 11-7 (39m)

Iím very glad to get through tonight in three games because it was the last session and you donít get enough recovery from now on.

Iím very happy with the way I played. Ryan is a very dangerous player, he took out the number two seed and the World Champion, it was an impressive win and I knew I had to have all my horses ready.

Iíve been coming here for 11 years and this is my first ever semi-final at the ToC, which is great. Iím looking forward to playing Ali tomorrow, weíre good friends and we havenít played much on Tour, so Iím very much looking forward to it.

Women Second Round

[1] Nour El Sherbini 3-1 [Q] Mariam Metwally  11-5, 7-11, 12-10, 13-11 (41m)
[5] Nouran Gohar 3-0 [10] Alison Waters (Eng)         11-7, 13-11, 11-7 (40m) 
[8] Nour El Tayeb 3-0 [12] Amanda Sobhy (Usa)         11-5, 11-6, 11-8 (24m)
[2] Raneem El Welily 3-2 [15] Tesni Evans (Wal) 8-11, 11-3, 15-13, 7-11, 12-10 (67m)

[1] Nour El Sherbini 3-1 [Q] Mariam Metwally  11-5, 7-11, 12-10, 13-11 (41m)

Mariam is a very tricky and great player, when she's got a shot in her hand she can hit it anywhere in the court so it's really hard to play against her.

Mariam and I have been playing in the same club for 10 years, playing for the same team for also 10 years, we have been growing up together, same age group. We know each other's game, we train together, it's difficult to play against each other.

I was trying to apply more my own game but there are days where you have got to run and just play. And that's the important thing today: I won!

Now going to try and regroup to focus on the next round.

[5] Nouran Gohar 3-0 [10] Alison Waters (Eng)         11-7, 13-11, 11-7 (40m) 

The second game was very tough, I didn't want to have a really tough match like we did have in Manchester  for the Worlds where she won the second game, and it was a 50 minute match, so I was really tired after it.

We like to play a very fast-paced game, we like to play the ball fast and run around so itís really tough physically to play against her. Mentally, sheís really experienced so it was was really hard to deal with the situation today.

Many people probably ignore that I started squash a bit late, at 8, whereas in Egypt, we normally start around 5, 6. I was strong physically, and I don't have the "flair" type of game. But I really enjoy playing fast and hitting hard, that's my style of play! And as not too many people play like that, I'm happy to stick with it!

[2] Raneem El Welily 3-2 [15] Tesni Evans (Wal) 8-11, 11-3, 15-13, 7-11, 12-10 (67m)

Tesni played fantastic today and I think I was a little flat at the beginning,Ē said El Welily.

It was mentally hard for me today. It felt like I was playing a final, which it isn't, but at least I get to live for another day in this tournament. It definitely wasn't easy at the beginning with my ankle Ė I just tried to adjust to it.

The physios put in a lot of work and really helped me to recover for today and I'll need to do a lot of work again to be ready for the match tomorrow.

[8] Nour El Tayeb 3-0 [12] Amanda Sobhy (Usa)         11-5, 11-6, 11-8 (24m)

It feels great to be at the quarter-finals and itís great for us all to have Amanda back.

Her personality has been missed on and off court.


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Men's Round 2

(Top Half): To Be Played January 20

Simon RŲsner (Ger) 3-2 [5] Marwan ElShorbagy  8-11, 11-8, 4-11, 15-13, 12-10 (76m)
Nicolas Mueller (Sui) 3-2 [4] Karim Abdel Gawad  11-6, 11-6, 11-13, 3-11, 11-9 (71m)

(Bottom Half): To Be Played January 21
[3] Ali Farag 3-0 Miguel Angel Rodriguez (Col)              11-9, 11-9, 11-6 (39m)
Ramy Ashour 3-1 [8] Paul Coll (Nzl)                   11-4, 7-11, 11-7, 11-4 (59m)
[7] Tarek Momen 3-0 Diego Elias (Per)                        11-7, 11-5, 11-4 (25m)
Ryan Cuskelly (Aus) 3-2 [2] Mohamed ElShobagy   12-10, 9-11, 11-8, 9-11, 11-6 (90m)

Women's Round 1

(Top Half): To Be Played January 20

[1] Nour El Sherbini 3-0 Joey Chan (Hkg)                     11-5, 11-6, 11-8 (29m)
[Q] Mariam Metwally 3-1 [16] Joshna Chinappa (Ind)   15-13, 13-11, 7-11, 11-9 (58m)
[7] Sarah-Jane Perry (Eng) 3-1 [Q] Yathreb Adel    11-5, 11-5, 8-11, 11-8 (39m)
[5] Nouran Gohar 3-0 [WC] Marina Stefanoni (Usa)          11-5, 11-8, 11-5 (23m)
[10] Alison Waters (Eng) 3-0  Salma Hany                       11-2, 3-1 retired (8m)

(Bottom Half): To Be Played January 21

[9] Joelle King (Nzl) 3-1 [Q] Heba El Torky            11-3, 8-11, 11-3, 11-4 (31m)
[8] Nour El Tayeb 3-0 Dipika Pallikal Karthik (Ind)            11-2, 11-5, 11-4 (18m)
[15] Tesni Evans (Wal) 3-0 Hania El Hammamy             11-8, 13-11, 11-9 (39m)
[2] Raneem El Welily 3-1 [Q] Jenny Duncalf (Eng)  9-11, 11-1, 11-7, 11-4 (37m)

Ramy Ashour 3-1 [8] Paul Coll (Nzl)                   11-4, 7-11, 11-7, 11-4 (59m)

I don't know how it looks from outside, but when I watch us playing I see it as a kind of simple movement, a very simple kind of pace. But you have no idea how many details are in there. There is soooo much happening on that court.

There is a lot of energy, there is a lot of vibes, there is a lot of thoughts, strategies, my energy affects his energy and the way he hits the ball affects the way I hit the ball. There is so much happening on there, and that's why it's such a brilliant sport and that why I love it so much...

The match was pretty intense physically, at some point I was hitting drive cross drive cross drive cross, because I haven't played that long of a match for a long time. I had to accommodate myself, accommodate to the pace, to the way he plays.

Obviously, Paul is very fit. He is like a crocodile on court, he is a lizard crocodile, he is very rubbery, wherever you through the ball, he is there. He has a limb in every corner of the court, I mean seriously. I mean his leg is here, his hands are here, his other leg is here... it's incredible!!!!

It was very interesting to playing him I had never played him in a real match before and I'm sure we are going to have many more battles in the future.

It means a lot to me to be back in the quarters, I miss being here, I miss that amazing crowd, and hopefully, I can keep going to the finals...

Ryan Cuskelly (Aus) 3-2 [2] Mohamed ElShobagy   12-10, 9-11, 11-8, 9-11, 11-6 (90m)

Well done to Ryan for an amazing performance today and a well deserved win. Time to regroup for Chicago next month.

Always amazing tournament here at Grand Central and thanks everyone who always make it happen every year.
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[3] Ali Farag 3-0 Miguel Angel Rodriguez (Col)              11-9, 11-9, 11-6 (39m)

Just before the match, I had a very dear friend in my corner, we were talking and all of a sudden he said you know what, do you realise how blessed you are to be playing and doing the thing you love the most in Grand Central Station in front of this amazing crowd.

And I was Yeah, actually you are right! I have to try and enjoy myself instead of putting so much pressure on myself. And actually, it relaxed me a bit before going into the match.

Miguel has been playing extremely well recently, he is back to his form if not better than what he was at number 4 in the world, he reached the quarters of the worlds, he's been playing very well.

I don't think the 3/0 doesn't do it justice, the first two games could have gone either way. And I'm very lucky it went my way.

I watched every rally of our match at the worlds a month ago. I knew what to expect, I knew how fast he is on court, he seems to get faster as he gets older!

I had to be composed and I'm really happy with the way I stayed focused on court, and I hope I can carry that all the way to the next rounds.

[7] Tarek Momen 3-0 Diego Elias (Per)                   11-7, 11-5, 11-4 (25m)

It was tricky out there.

I watched his game with Declan and saw he was using the other leg a lot so I was trying to expose that and see if his movement would let him down. He pushed hard in some patches and that can get into your head, you can start thinking whether or not he can pull it off and lose focus on the match.

Weíve played a few matches in the past but weíve both had injury issues in every one of them. Itís not the best way to get through a match but Iíll take it. Today was good for me to help my recovery and hopefully Iíll be ready to go for the quarter-finals.

[1] Nour El Sherbini 3-0 Joey Chan (Hkg)                     11-5, 11-6, 11-8 (29m)

Joey is a very tricky first round, whenever she's got her hands on a shot she is very dangerous so I was trying to put her back deep in the corners...

In the first round, I was playing well, I hit zero errors, but after that she was playing better and I found the tin more. I am really happy to win in three and looking forward to the next round.

I'm getting more and more confident since the beginning of the season, I'm playing better, I'm enjoying my squash at the moment, and I'm really hoping this tournament is going to go well.

[Q] Mariam Metwally 3-1 [16] Joshna Chinappa (Ind)   15-13, 13-11, 7-11, 11-9 (58m)

"I've been through a lot the First half of the season so I think it's time to just enjoy my game!

"Feels amazing to feel mentally strong again.. glad to be back on track!


(Top Half): To Be Played January 18
[5] Marwan ElShorbagy
3-0 Cesar Salazar (Mex)            11-7, 11-3, 11-8 (29m)
[4] Karim Abdel Gawad 3-1 [Q] Joel Makin (Wal)  10-12, 11-4, 11-7, 11-7 (51m)

(Bottom Half): To Be Played January 19
[3] Ali Farag 3-1 [Q] Campbell Grayson (NZL)         11-6, 7-11, 11-4, 11-4 (50m)
Ramy Ashour 3-0 [Q] Mazen Hesham                          11-5, 11-8, 13-11 (44m)
[8] Paul Coll (Nzl) 3-0 Zahed Mohamed                          11-4, 11-6, 11-6 (44m)
[7] Tarek Momen 3-2 Mohamed Abouelghar  11-5, 11-9, 9-11, 7-11, 12-10 (70m)    
Ryan Cuskelly (Aus) 3-1  Omar Mosaad                8-11, 11-8, 11-6, 11-9 (54m)
[2] Mohamed ElShorbagy 3-0 Leo Au (Hkg)                  11-8, 11-6, 11-6 (32m)

Ramy Ashour 3-0 [Q] Mazen Hesham                     11-5, 11-8, 13-11 (44m)

It's been a while... Last time I came here was 2013. It's like a dream. It's like a dream come true. It's not just because the tournament is prestigious and everybody wants to win it, but a lot has happened in those four years.

Mazen played an amazing game today, he is so dangerous. When I heard in the introduction that he is 23 years.. 23 years old? And he is playing so so well for 23 years old. He's got the whole world in front of him and he is definitely going to be world champion and a top 5 player soon. And I just had to remember myself when I was young to be able to play him..

It's just really good to be back. I wasn't sure when I was going to be able to be back here, when I was going to be able to win on court. After I won the last point tonight, I was looking around, absorbing everything in, it's just been a lot, a lot.

I came to the States, thinking about living here, in 2013, and every time I say, this is the year, this is the year... I just to want to PLAY!!! I don't even want to win it, I just want to be able to play, cause I won it a few times before, so I just want to be here.

I'm just grateful for everything I've been through. And I'm glad to be back. What is in the past is in the past. What's important is what is coming up. So I'm looking forward to what's coming.

[7] Tarek Momen 3-2 Mohamed Abouelghar  11-5, 11-9, 9-11, 7-11, 12-10 (70m) 

I'm hardly able to stand up at the moment, it's extremely tough to play somebody as good as Abouelghar in the first round of a major tournament. He is such a talented player, and he is a nightmare to play in any round but ESPECIALLY in the first round!

I'm so happy to pull through today. I have been playing a few tough 5 games matches and they were not going my way. So I'm really happy to have stuck with it today and to have managed to squeeze it in the end.

I've been in this situation a few times, and believe me, the way I feel on court is extremely different from the way I Iook at myself watching it on TV. I mean, I watch myself and I think "how do I look like that, I was dying there!"...

We do a lot of physical work but even that doesn't help when it's 2/2 and 10/10 after I don't know how many minutes! I could feel the cramp stage was coming and was approaching. So I'm very lucky to have pulled it off without any cramps.

The third game, unfortunately, I had the belief that there was a critical decision at 9/9, where I thought the ball was in the tin, it kind of affected me cause I thought I was match ball up, and it could have ended in three games, and all of a sudden, I find myself 2/2 and trying as hard as I could not to get out of the tournament!

So it was such a mental battle as well that match, I would like to congratulate Mohamed in getting to the top 10 and on his massive progress, throughout the years, he's becoming an exceptional player and we can only expect the best from him in the next few years.

[3] Ali Farag 3-1 [Q] Campbell Grayson (NZL)         11-6, 7-11, 11-4, 11-4 (50m)

To get off to such a start against a tricky opponent is always good and Iím very glad to be through to the second round.

Campbell likes to play at a mid-pace and he is very accurate, so I had to push up the court a little bit and play with more intensity and Iím happy I was able to do that in the third and the fourth.

It was a shame the way it ended, Iím sorry about that and Iím glad that everyone is okay.

[2] Mohamed ElShorbagy 3-0 Leo Au (Hkg)                  11-8, 11-6, 11-6 (32m)

Heís been playing very well and I had to be focused from the first point.

I played him during my junior career and I know how dangerous he is. Heís been in very good form, he beat Ramy in Hong Kong and he took his team into the semis of the World Team Championships last month as well.

[5] Marwan ElShorbagy 3-0 Cesar Salazar (Mex)   11-7, 11-3, 11-8 (29m)

December has been quite a good month, I've been playing really well, but I feel it's about consistency now. I want to keep playing well, and hopefully keep on enjoying it.

Lately, I've been working on trying not to put too much pressure on myself, I'm trying to relax as much as I can, it's been working quite well for me lately so, I'm just going to keep doing what I've been doing this past month, and hopefully things will just come together and if I can keep getting better, why not!

When I saw the draw, I saw how tough that first round was going to be, Cesar has been playing really well lately, he had good results at the US Open, I was trying to contain him as much as I could because I know he is really fast and he can get any ball back. He is really a good player, we are good friends, and I'm pretty sure he is going to come back stronger...

[4] Karim Abdel Gawad 3-1 [Q] Joel Makin (Wal)  10-12, 11-4, 11-7, 11-7 (51m)

It's always hard to come and try and defend your title, but it's nice to be back in New York, I'm trying to get as much time on court as I can.

Every time we play on the Tour, we play the same players, so since 2008, I am used to play the same people, so this is a first for me, playing somebody I never played before! I am used to be the one trying to beat the top player, but now, it's happening to me!

Joel is very talented, he is very strong on court, both mentally and physically, it was a very tricky first round for me, and it was very hard for me! He is a great player, and I'm expecting a great future for him.

It's always better from come up, you don't have any pressure, but now, everyone is trying to beat you, all the pressure is on  you. So it's all about forgetting the pressure, and try to play your best squash.

Sometimes, it's very hard, all the focus is on you... So although I start to have a bit of experience, I still have a lot to learn from matches like that. I had a few losses recently, that gave me a lot of lessons, and I'm trying to learn from them.

19-Jan, Womenís Final Qualifying Round

[1] Mariam Metwally v [12] Nada Abbas                       11-8, 11-3, 13-11 (31m)
[L] Sabrina Sobhy (Usa) 3-0 [15] Rowan Elaraby           11-7, 11-4, 11-9 (24m)
Yathreb Adel 3-0 [7] Mayar Hany                                  wo       
[5] Heba El Torky 3-2 [9] Hollie Naughton (Can) 11-0, 11-6,11-13, 10-12, 11-4 (45m)

18-Jan, Qualifying First Round Women:
[1] Mariam Metwally 3-0 Thaisa Serafini (Bra)           11-4, 11-0, 11-1 (17m)
Nada Abbas 3-1 Menna Hamed                        8-11, 11-6, 11-7, 11-9 (53m)

Rowan Elaraby 3-0 Olivia Fiechter (Usa)             11-5, 11-5, 11-7 (21m)
Sabrina Sobhy (Usa) 3-1 [6] Coline Aumard (Fra) 10-12, 11-7, 12-10, 11-7 (41m)

[5] Heba El Torky 3-1 Sarah Cardwell (Aus)          12-10, 8-11, 11-7, 11-7 (38m)
Hollie Naughton (Can) 3-0 Nicole Bunyan (Can)              11-2, 11-3, 11-4 (21m)

[8] Rachael Grinham (Aus) 3-2 Hana Moataz 11-3, 8-11, 7-11, 11-7, 11-8 (45m)

Yathreb Adel 3-1 Zeina Mickawy              11-5, 10-12, 11-7, 11-5 (34m)
[7] Mayar Hany 3-0 Mary Fung-a-Fat (Guy)       11-5, 12-10, 11-1 (19m)

Men's Draw

Women's Draw

Women's Qualifying Results

Men's Qualifying Results


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