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Watch Ali Farag and Nour El Sherbini defend their ToC '19 titles January 9 - 17, 2020

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Duncalf to Receive 2020 ToC Women’s Leadership Award

Jenny Duncalf, England’s former world No. 2, will be honored with the 2020 J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions Women’s Leadership Award at the Yale Club of New York on Tuesday, January 14. Duncalf reached World No. 2 during a vibrant professional squash career that saw her win eleven PSA World Tour titles, including one U.S. […]

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Forbes: Meet Amanda Sobhy, a Harvard Graduate and the Highest-Ranked U.S. Squash Pro in History

[Above: Sobhy at the 2019 Pan American Games (image: AFP/Getty Images)] Article courtesy of Forbes by Tim  Casey As a senior in high school in 2011, Amanda Sobhy was among the roughly six percent of applicants accepted to Harvard University. It was the culmination of her hard work in the classroom and on the squash […]

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El Sherbini Becomes First Women’s Three-Time ToC Champion; Farag Clinches World No. 1 in Fashion

Nour El Sherbini became the first women’s three-time champion and Ali Farag sealed the world No. 1 ranking come March as the Egyptians swept up the 2019 J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champion titles Thursday, January 24, in New York City’s Grand Central Terminal.

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World’s Top Two Men and Women to Contest ToC Finals

The world’s top-two-ranked men and women—all four Egyptians—will contest the 2019 J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions finals following semifinals night at New York City’s Grand Central Terminal Wednesday, January 23. Thursday’s finals begin at 7pm local time.

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Beth Rasin Recognized as 2019 ToC Honorary Champion

Beth Rasin was honored as the 2019 ToC Honorary Champion in front of a sold-out crowd in Grand Central Terminal Wednesday evening, January 23, recognizing her nineteen years of service to the tournament. Rasin's long-time colleagues joined her on the Oracle NetSuite SuiteSuccess court in Vanderbilt Hall as eight-time world champion Nicol David presented the award.

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Top Four Women’s Seeds Set for ToC Semis; Egyptian Men’s Champion Guaranteed

The world’s top four-ranked women will contest the 2019 J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions semifinals, while the men’s draw is guaranteed an Egyptian champion after Tarek Momen and Ali Farag completed the semifinal lineup Tuesday, January 22, in New York City’s Grand Central Terminal. Wednesday’s slate of four women’s quarterfinals and two men’s quarterfinals played out in decisive fashion with all but one match decided in three games and all higher-ranked players advancing.

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Egyptians Dominate Day Six of the J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions

Egyptians went undefeated on the sixth day of match play at the 2019 J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions, winning seven out of ten matches—including Karim Abdel Gawad dethroning Simon Rösner—Monday, January 21, at New York City’s Grand Central Terminal. Ten of the tournament’s remaining fourteen players are Egyptian following the women’s round of sixteen and first half of the men’s quarterfinals.

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Team USA’s Blatchford Clyne and Sobhy Produce ToC Home Victories

Americans Olivia Blatchford Clyne and Amanda Sobhy opened their 2019 J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions campaigns with wins on Sunday, January 20, advancing to the last sixteen where they will face top-ranked Egyptians Nour El Sherbini and Nour El Tayeb, respectively, on Monday in New York City’s Grand Central Terminal.

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Who's Playing. Amazing field for 2019!

Mohamed ElShorbagy

Mohamed ElShorbagy

EGY

World No. 1

Raneem El Welily

Raneem El Welily

EGY

World No. 1

Ali Farag

Ali Farag

EGY

World No. 2

Nour El Sherbini

Nour El Sherbini

EGY

World No. 2

Simon Rösner

Simon Rösner

GER

World No. 3

Nour El Tayeb

Nour El Tayeb

EGY

World No. 3

Tarek Momen

Tarek Momen

EGY

World No. 4

Joelle King

Joelle King

NZL

World No. 4

Marwan Elshorbagy

Marwan Elshorbagy

EGY

World No. 5

Camille Serme

Camille Serme

FRA

World No. 5

Miguel Angel Rodriguez

Miguel Angel Rodriguez

COL

World No. 6

Nouran Gohar

Nouran Gohar

EGY

World No. 7

Paul Coll

Paul Coll

NZL

World No. 7

Laura Massaro

Laura Massaro

ENG

World No. 8

Karim Abdel Gawad

Karim Abdel Gawad

EGY

World No. 9

Tesni Evans

Tesni Evans

WAL

World No. 9

Amanda Sobhy

Amanda Sobhy

USA

World No. 13

Marina Stefanoni [U19]

Marina Stefanoni [U19]

USA

World No. 72

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2020 ToC Women's Leadership Award Honors Jenny Duncalf

2020 ToC Women's Leadership Award Honors Jenny Duncalf

Please join us for the Seventh Annual TOC Women’s Leadership Luncheon, honoring Jenny Duncalf—Tuesday, January 14, 2020 at the Yale Club of New York. Jenny Duncalf reached World No. 2 during a vibrant professional squash career that saw her win eleven PSA World Tour titles, including one U.S. Open.  She was Runner Up at the 2011 World Open. She also captured two British National titles, captained a World Champion team for England and earned three Silver Medals at various Commonwealth Games.

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Dunlop Kids' Day

Dunlop Kids' Day

Don’t Miss Dunlop Kid’s Day on Sunday Jan. 12th. Peter Nicol and the Nicol Champions Academy join the fun again this year as a supporting sponsor of Kid’s Day. All youngsters in attendance starting at 11:30am will get a chance for a photo with the former World Champion, a gift bag with ToC poster and autographs from many of the ToC’s top PSA stars. Then it’s off to the Squash Engine glass court for two great matches and our Beat-the-Pro games for two lucky raffle winners.

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Catch the Tournament of Champions Action Online

Catch the Tournament of Champions Action Online

If you can’t get to Grand Central to watch the matches in person, you can still catch all the action live on SQUASH TV.

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Ramy Ashour vs. Nick Matthew – RAM Champion Challenge

Ramy Ashour vs. Nick Matthew – RAM Champion Challenge

The ToC is excited to host the first-ever RAM Champion Challenge featuring three-time World Champion Ramy Ashour. Ramy will be challenged by World Champion Nick “The Wolf” Matthew using RAM scoring, a timed scoring system developed by “The Artist” himself. The champion will hold the inaugural Golden RAM Racquet trophy until a future challenge is accepted and the Golden RAM Racquet goes back in play. Challenge rules from the RAM Team coming soon! http://ramscoring.com/ram-scoring-system.html

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The World's Grandest Squash Championship

JANUARY 9 – 17, 2020

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