Ramy Ashour (EGY)

In record time, Ramy Ashour has not only become Egypt’s leading player but also one of the biggest draws on the PSA World Tour.

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Gregory Gaultier (FRA)

One of the most successful French squash players of all-time, Gregory Gaultier reached the 45th PSA World Tour final of his career in February this year at the Swedish Open in Linköping, where he notched up his 20th title after beating Egyptian rival Karim Darwish in the final.

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Nick Matthew (ENG)

Nick Matthew has enjoyed a prolific career since turning pro in   1998 - achieving a string of historic breakthroughs which have led the Yorkshireman to become one of England’s most successful squash players of all-time.

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James Willstrop (ENG)

England’s most successful junior player of all time, Willstrop fulfilled his spectacular promise as a PSA World Tour player by earning the world No. 1 ranking in January 2012 after a sensational three-tournament victory run at the end of 2011.

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Karim Darwish (EGY)

Karim Darwish is 31 – in squash parlance, a veteran of the PSA Tour. As in the case of his Egyptian compatriot Amr Shabana, his “golden years” are shining bright. Karim reached five major finals in 2011 – two of them a pair of giant Tour events in November. He made the championship match of both the Hong Kong Open and the Kuwait PSA Cup.

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Mohamed El Shorbagy (EGY)

Mohamed El Shorbagy has enjoyed a meteoric rise up the world rankings since joining the PSA in 2006 as a 15-year-old.

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Peter Barker (ENG)

England’s Peter Barker truly earned himself the title ‘Mr Consistency’ in 2011 after reaching the quarter-finals in all nine of the year’s PSA World Series events - an achievement unmatched by any other player.

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Amr Shabana (EGY)

Amr Shabana began his 19th year on the PSA World Tour in January 2013 in sensational style. Belying his age of 33, the Prince of Cairo successfully defended his title in the ATCO PSA World Series Finals at Queen’s Club in London – first beating top seed James Willstrop in the semis then No2 seed Nick Matthew, for the second time in the event, in four games in the final.

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