Day Two: Preview & How to Watch Live

The season-ending Xbox PSA World Tour Finals continues today from Bellevue, Seattle as eight more matches take place on the all-glass court at the Boys and Girls Club Hidden Valley Field House. All of the action will be available on SQUASHTV.

All players will feature again on day two with England’s Georgina Kennedy and Egypt’s Nour El Tayeb kicking things off at 14:00 (GMT-7). El Tayeb came close to scoring an upset on day one as she lost out 2-1 to former champion Hania El Hammamy whilst Kennedy fell to World Champion Nouran Gohar in her opening pool match. The Gohar v El Hammamy rivalry continues in the third match of the day as they will face each other for the 25th time.

The first of the other two women’s matches of the day will see a sibling battle between the two Gilis sisters, Nele and Tinne take place for the first time at a World Tour Finals. Both sisters will be determined to score a win after both losing out in their opening fixtures yesterday. The final women’s match will see top seed Nour ElSherbini take on USA No.1 Olivia Weaver, the sole home hope in this years championships. Weaver has been in great form of late and will be looking to cap her season off with an upset and a spot in the final four.

The men’s action starts off with an all-Egyptian clash between Mazen Hesham and Tarek Momen. The latter scored the win of the first day’s play, beating reigning World Champion Diego Elias in straight games. Hesham’s game seems to be well suited to the best of the three format but an opening day loss to Paul Coll has stinted Hesham’s plan to reach the semi-finals. The other match in Pool B will see the aforementioned Coll and Elias go head to head. Yesterday’s results have made an interesting clash even more crucial with Elias not able to suffer another 2-0 loss whilst Coll can all but guarantee progression with a win.

Men’s Pool A action is set to start at 18:45 as both day one winners Ali Farag and Mostafa Asal will square up for the third time in 2024. Asal recently bested Farag in the final of the British Open and will be looking to continue his top form to move close to a fourth consecutive World Tour Finals win. Two former champions will close out the day’s play with Mohamed Elshorbagy taking on Karim Abdel Gawad. Both players can’t afford to lose this match having both lost on day one. The pair are certainly capable of an upset in their final fixtures so will be desperate to win today.

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