Around The Court Squash Podcast
ATC Squash Podcast - Episode 33
We are delighted to welcome on the show, current World #1 - Mohamed Elshorbagy He's already cemented himself into 'Legendary' status with his achievements to date, but is hungry as ever for more! There is great insight to the mind of a champion, what keeps him motivated, how he has re-invented himself, obstacle's he has had to overcome and a touch of the old school and a warrior in him the conversation includes a great anecdote how the legendary Gamal Awad saw a 10 year old Mohamed had what it took to go all the way. Clearly a deep thinker and a great talker this makes for a compelling listen Enjoy!! Cheers
ATC Squash Pod - Episode 32
EP 32 sees the conclusion of the Egyptian Open coincide with a pretty unbalanced article released from the Atlantic on the weekend. The panel discuss The squehsh never fails to deliver - the semi finals and finals , where both Nour el Sherbini and Ali Farag reclaiming the world #1 spots. We look forward to a potential tashtey match up in Qatar next month where Shorbaggy is back in action and no doubt hungry as ever to reclaim the status of world #1. We talk referees and the excitement players like Asal and Hania bring to the tour as the current world junior champions are causing upsets and producing some incredibly exciting squash. Thanks everyone for listening and for the feedback to date! Check us out on social @ ATC Squash podcast
ATC Squash Podcast - Episode 31
Asals celebration has divided the squash world with strong opinions on both sides of the coin - Hes only a young fella, let the lad have a bit of fun enjoying his big win. But there was some darkness that overshadowed a match that everything producing some unbelievable squash that at times was off the charts in quality. The panel review. Hania and Camille never fail to dissapoint in another battle that unsurprisingly went the distance and finished leaving both players wanting to play some one else for a change!! Much more to report and we welcome Nathan Lake and Sabrina Sobhy, both of whom had fantastic events.
ATC Squash Podcast - Episode 30
1/4s at the pyramids!GG is back at the iconic venue the top seed, can he make amends for his last appearence in front of the pyramids, 2006 World open final defeat to David Palmer?! Were certainly excited to see! al great matches, Serme and Hania play for the 150th time. Squash tourist gests a mention and we EP 30!!
ATC Squash Podcast - Episode 29
From no surprises / upsets in Manchester to upset central in Egypt as the Egyptian Open commences! We review the opening 2 rounds, welcome back the General as he beats Miguel, the Gilis sisters take out the world #9 and #7 in the round of 32, SJ and Rosner bow out in the same round. Asal waves good bye to his iMask and announces himsef as a serious threat with wins over Rosner and the former world #1 James Wilstrop.
ATC Squash Podcast - Episode 28
preview of the Egyptian Open, with hot takes and predictions to get the juices flowing for the event which starts tomorrow which just happens to be world squash day! Happy world squash day!!!
ATC Squash Podcast - Episode 27
WTF review! A ridiculous week of high quality squehsh comes to an end. The emergence of Hania as she came from 2/0 down to snatch victory from the jaws of defeat v Nour el Tayeb , whos semi final result against Sherbini had her down as a slight favorite tunred into clear favorite at 2/0 up. Still a great week for Tayeb.Marwan El Shorbaggy cruises to victory playing flawlessly all week with some of the purest ball striking youll see coupled with some great moving and clinical finishing proving to much for Farag and Gawad as Joel Makin makes himself to be known as a serious contender to the top 5 players in the world this week backed up with wins v the world # 3 and 5 to make semi final at his first ever WTF
ATC Squash Podcast - Episode 26
Episode 26!! We hear from Camille Serme and how she avenged lasts week to Nour El Tayeb. The group are finished and they did not disappoint! We review how they finished and look ahead to some titanic battles in the semis today...