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Egypt’s Zeina Mickawy Named Runner-Up at the 2017 Monte Carlo Squash Classic

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Egypt’s Zeina Mickawy Named Runner-Up at the 2017 Monte Carlo Squash Classic

Photo via Zeina Mickawy’s facebook page

Egyptian squash players Zeina Mickawy and Rowan El-Araby competed at the 22 Monte Carlo Squash Classic 2017 in Monaco which took place from 5 to 8 December.

El-Araby exited the tournament after losing to Australian Donna Urquhart I the semifinal by a score of 3-1 (11-8/9-11/11-4/11-7).

It was a battle between Egyptian and Australian players; Mickawy defeated Australia’s Rachel Grinham by 3-2 (5-11/10-12/11-3/11-7/11-4), in the other semifinal match.

The champion of the tournament was Urquhart and the runner-up was Mickawy as the result of the final was 3-2 (7-11/11-4/10-12/11-2/11-9).

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