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Squash - 20. January 2020.

Serme Qualify's For World Tour Final After ToC Victory

After taking the spoils at the J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions in New York City, both Camille Serme has booked her place at the season ending PSA World Tour Finals 2019-20 in June.

 Serme overcame Nour El Sherbini.

Players can qualify for the World Tour Finals automatically by winning any of the PSA World Tour Platinum events across the 2019-20 season, with five other players already having secured their place.

In the women’s field, the Egyptian duo of Nouran Gohar and Nour El Sherbini are automatically in, having won the FS Investments U.S. Open Squash Championships and the CIB PSA Women’s World Championship, respectively.

Tarek Momen won the PSA Men’s World Championship, Ali Farag lifted the FS Investments U.S. Open Squash Championships and Karim Abdel Gawad took home the CIB Egyptian Squash Open title, with those three men having also qualified for the season-finale alongside ElShorbagy.

Along with those that automatically qualify, the players that accumulate the most points from their results across the season, will take the other places, with eight men and eight women playing for the final title of the season at the World Tour Finals.

US No.1 Amanda Sobhy, Egypt’s Salma Hany, Indian Joshna Chinappa and England’s Alison Waters are in close order behind Perry for the top eight placings.

The next chance for players to automatically qualify for the season-ending PSA World Tour Finals 2019-20 will be at the Windy City Open 2020 presented by the Walter Family, held in Chicago between February 27-March 4.

Following that, there is the Concord Mall Black Ball Women’s Squash Open, El Gouna International Squash Open and the Allam British Open, three more chances for places to be sealed.

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