Finals: The Stats & How To Watch Live

The 2023-24 season concludes today with the finals of the Xbox PSA World Tour Finals in Bellevue, Seattle.

The top two players in the world in the men’s and women’s competitions will battle it out for the final title on offer this season at The Boys and Girls Club Hidden Valley Field House.

Reigning champion Nouran Gohar meets Nour El Sherbini in the women’s final, while the men’s defending champion Mostafa Asal takes on Ali Farag.

Play gets underway from 15:00 (GMT-7) in Bellevue, and you can watch both finals live on SQUASHTV or via our broadcast partners.

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Nour El Sherbini v Nouran Gohar

World No.1 Nour El Sherbini and reigning champion Nouran Gohar meet for the seventh time this season, with the previous six being in finals.

Gohar, who defeated El Sherbini to clinch her maiden World Championships last month, has the upperhand recently against the World No.1, winning the last three. Their most recent clash being the final of the British Open.

El Sherbini has looked sharp all week in Bellevue, only dropping one game so far, and defeated World No.3 Hania El Hammamy 2-0 yesterday to secure a place in the final.

World No.2 Gohar, who’s seeking a hat-trick of World Tour Finals titles, hasn’t dropped a single game so far during her run to the decider. The 26-year-old topped Group B before beating Nele Gilis in the semi finals.

Will Gohar make it a hat-trick of World Tour Finals successes or can El Sherbini end a run of three successive defeats to her Egyptian compatriot?

Ali Farag v Mostafa Asal

Ali Farag and defending champion Mostafa Asal go head-to-head for the sixth time this season when they lock horns for the World Tour Finals crown today.

World No.1 Farag has come out on top three times this season, most recently in the pool stage of this competition, while Asal has beaten the four-time World Champion in the finals of the British Open and the Black Ball Squash Open.

Farag, who’s never won this event before, has looked in determined mood all week, boasting a 100 per cent record. The 32-year-old downed World No.3 Paul Coll in the semi finals yesterday.

A three-time champion of this event, Asal has only lost one match this tournament, with the defeat coming at the hands of Farag in the pool stage. The Egyptian saw off Tarek Momen 2-0 in the semi finals as he bids to retain his crown.

Can Farag claim his maiden World Tour Finals title or will Asal lift the trophy for the fourth time in his career?