World’s top squash players to hold Clinic in DelhiDecember 10th, 2011 - 7:53 pm ICT by IANS
New Delhi, Dec 10 (IANS) World’s leading squash players, including Egyptian Mohamed El Shorabgy and India’s Dipika Pallikal, will conduct a clinic at the Siri Fort Sports Complex here Sunday.
World No 8 Shorabgy will be joined by his compatriot and World No. 15 Omar Mossad and No. 17 Alister Walker of Botswana. Pallikal, who achieved a career-high ranking of 17 this month, will be the lone woman at the clinic organised by Tecnifibre, makers of squash and tennis strings.
The clinic will be followed by Punj Lloyd PSA Masters tournament, beginning at the same venue Monday.
Shorabgy, Mossad and Walker will be playing in the international tournament along with World No. 2 James Willstrop and India’s Saurav Ghoshal.
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