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Ramy Wins PSA Masters

Ramy Ashour won the 152,500 dollar PSA Masters final yesterday in Mumbai against Nick Matthew in four games (11-6 9-11 11-9 11-9) to take top prize and the 2009 title.

Ramy now joins a select club of Perer Nicol, Jonathon Power, John White and Amr Shabana who have won this tournamet since it started in 2000.

To see the draw click here.

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  1. December 9, 2009 at 1:06 am

    Originally Posted 7th December
    The PSA Masters saw another upset on Day 2 as Mohamed El Shorbagy the youngster from Egypt (seeded 12) beat James Willstrop (seeded 6) from England in 5 games which lasted and hour and 4 minutes, (7-11 11-5 11-4 5-11 13-11)

    Daryl Selyb is also out of the 152,500 dollar Super Series tournament as he lost to Jaurens Jan Anjema today

  2. December 9, 2009 at 1:08 am

    Originally Posted 6th December
    This result has to give Alan Clyne a lot of confidence as I remember he beat Daryl in the Scottish National League last season (or maybe the season before last) when Alan player for Western v Aberdeen.

    If Daryl can do it why can’t Alan.

  3. December 9, 2009 at 1:09 am

    Originally Posted 6th December
    The PSA Masters (India’s first PSA Super Series event for 12 years) has already caused a major upset as Daryl Selby beat the No.1 seed and PSA World No.2 Gregory Gaultier in a match that went the full distance.

    Daryl (World Ranked 11th) who won the 5th game 11-6 and took the match in 1 hour and 23 minutes said “This is my best win ever, for sure. Greg is an amazing player and he showed in the second game why he was (PSA) number 1 last month”

    The top 32 players in the world are all in India to compete for the 152,500 dollar Super Series tournament prize fund and to become the 8th winner of the PSA Masters (Peter Nicol has won this event in 2000 and 2004)

  4. December 10, 2009 at 2:04 am

    Semi Final line up Egypt v England
    The semi-finals of the PSA Masters sees an all Egyptian line up in the top half of the draw and an all English line up in the bottom half.

    The favourite Amr Shabana (seeded 2) lines up against Ramy Ashor (3) (in the quarter finals Amr beat M.Shorbagy and Ramy won against D.Palmer)

    In the bottom half Nick Matthews (4) will play Peter Barker (8) (in their quarter final Nick beat T.Lincou and Peter edged out Anjema)

  5. December 11, 2009 at 12:34 am

    Ramy Beats Amr
    In a shock result tonight Ramy Ashour (seeded #3) beat his fellow countryman Amr Shabana (seeded #2) in a 4 game and 44 minutes semi-final to reach the final of the PSA Masters in Mumbai (11-9 13-15 11-8 11-2).

    In the final he will be facing Nick Matthew (seeded#4) who also won his semi-final, against Peter Barker. Nick was a more convincing winner 3-0 although in 55 minutes it took him longer to dispatch the number #8 seed (13-11 11-6 11-5).

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